At Pets First, we’re very proud of our fine veterinarians and staff. We strive to make your and your pets time at our offices friendly and as stress-free as possible. We look forward to meeting you and your pet. Here’s a short introduction of the caring veterinarians you will meet when you visit Pets First Animal Hospital with locations in Ft Myers, FL.

Sara Guillen, DVM – Veterinarian

Dr. Sara Guillen is originally from Los Angeles, California, but as a teenager moved to Northwest Arkansas. Dr. Guillen received her Bachelors Degree in Animal Science with a minor in Equine Science and Spanish at the University of Arkansas –Fayetteville. She went on to earn her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Louisiana State University. Dr. Guillen joined our team for our long-standing reputation within community and for the talented doctors she gets to work and learn from. Her professional interests include preventative medicine and surgery (spay/neuters, dental, etc). Her short-term goals are to acquire skills in non-invasive diagnostics such as ultrasonography, as well as staying up to date on the latest research and medical advances to better improve her patients daily life. During her free time, she enjoys being outdoors doing activities such as hiking, kayaking, or being out by the beach. However, on rainy days, you will find her tending to her lanai garden with her rabbit, Jack, and her two cats, Pete and Grace.

Vince Mancini – Hospital Manager

Meet Vince, our Hospital Manager! Vince brings over 20 years of experience in Veterinary Medicine as a Technician and Manager. He is a native Floridian and has lived locally his entire life, which gives him a keen insight to the needs of our local pet population. His philosophy is simple: practice the highest level of veterinary medicine and provide second to none customer service. His pets include 4 retired racing Greyhounds and he is a co-founder of and previously served on the Board of Directors for a local 501c3 Greyhound Adoption Agency. In addition, Vince is one of only a handful of veterinary professionals within a 100-mile radius to be certified in the Human-Animal Bond, which aids him in maximizing the potentials of the relationship between people and their pets.