Dr Storey is a board certified veterinary ophthalmologist with specialized training in diseases and surgery of the retina.

Dr Storey was raised and educated here in Pensacola Florida . He is so excited about having the opportunity to come back home and is looking forward to working with and supporting the local veterinarians with ophthalmic cases. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Auburn University in 1999 and then completed a small animal rotating internship at the University of Illinois. He then attended graduate school and completed a three-year veterinary ophthalmology residency at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan in 2003. During this residency program, he obtained specialized training in diseases and surgery of retina. For the past 12 years he served as an associate professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences and Chief of Ophthalmology at LSU College of Veterinary Medicine, in Baton Rouge, La with responsibilities in teaching, research and clinical service. He served as an ophthalmology clinician and surgeon to include vitreoretinal surgeries, teaching and training veterinary students and residents, and performing basic and clinical research in ophthalmology.


Ashley has always had a love for veterinary medicine. She has worked in general practice and emergency medicine for almost 15 years. She went to school and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and now has been working in specialty medicine for the last several years. All together her veterinary career has spanned 23 years.

In her spare time Ashley enjoys spending time with her fiancé and children, hiking, cooking and playing with her 3 dogs and 4 cats.


Ingrid graduated from UGA in 2017 and then worked in human ophthalmology for 1 year. She then combined her love for ophthalmology and animals and has been working in veterinary ophthalmology for 3 years.

She has one 3 year old cat named Xena, and would love to have a German Shepherd in the future. When she’s not doing schoolwork, she enjoys traveling the world, hiking and watching movies.


Katie relocated from Boston, MA in 2013 where she completed her BS in Biology at Northeastern University and passing the VTNE in 2005. After a brief jaunt through the bio-tech/pharmaceutical world, she quickly realized that she belonged in the other side of that equation.

After 16 years in veterinary medicine her passion for animals grows deeper with each new furry face she meets .

Katie also enjoys spending time with her family including two wild and crazy Bully mixes named Moxen and Wieber.


Passionate about all animals, Vonnie began her career in veterinary medicine in 1978.

You may not recognize Vonnie right off the bat, and that’s because she’s the one loving on your pet behind the scenes! She’s spent 27 years of her career caring for pets overnight.

She is grateful to have the opportunity to work with a variety of animals over the last few decades. Dobermans, goats, and horses are a few of her favorites!