Rick Sutliff, DVMDr. Richard Sutliff is a 1999 graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. He became the Medical Director of the Scott Mill Animal Hospital in 2002 and purchased the practice in 2003. Dr. Sutliff has embraced a progressive pet care philosophy focusing on Wellness Care and early diagnosis of issues that affect the daily quality of life for our loved family members. In addition to implementing a high quality of patient care and client communication at Scott Mill Animal Hospital, Dr Sutliff has served the local Veterinary community culminating in being elected President of the Jacksonville Veterinary Medical Society (JVMS) in 2008. Dr. Sutliff was then selected by the Veterinarians in North East Florida in 2010 to occupy the District 2 Director seat on the Florida Veterinary Medical Association (FVMA) Executive Board. In 2012 Dr. Sutliff was invited to sit on the Admissions Committee for the U of F College of Veterinary Medicine. His service to the Florida Veterinary community has resulted in two FVMA Gold Star Awards (2006 and 2013). Read More
Natalie D. Hashey, DVMDr. Hashey is a University of Florida Graduate, also in the Class of 1999 with Dr. Sutliff. She has been part of the Scott Mill Animal Hospital since 2004. Dr. Hashey is married to Terry D. Hashey, DO who is a family medicine physician and Lt. Col in the Florida Army National Guard. They have four children who range in age from 2 to 13 years old. In addition, the Hashey family has two dogs (Kirby and Apache), one three legged cat (Lily), a guinea pig (Thor), a rabbit (Abby), and a bearded dragon (Einstein). In her free time Dr. Hashey enjoys outdoor family activities such as hiking, camping, and biking in addition to supporting her kids in soccer and swimming events. Dr. Hashey has served as the Secretary of the Jacksonville Veterinary Medical Society and in 2013 received the Florida Veterinary Medical Association Gold Star Award for service to the Veterinary community.
Zack Moore, DVM
Dr. Zack Moore grew up in Jacksonville, FL. After graduating from Florida State University with a degree in Biology, he moved to Athens Georgia to pursue his dream of becoming a Veterinarian. In 2015, Dr. Moore graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine.
While at UGA, Dr. Moore participated in research involving the establishment of the parasite/host niche by filarial worms, specifically Brugia malayi, one of the causative agents of lymphatic filariasis, also known as Elephantiasis. During his clinical rotations, he accepted an award for Exceptional Proficiency in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery.
Dr. Moore is happy to be back in Jacksonville and working at Scott Mill Animal Hospital again. He previously worked here as a kennel technician during summer and winter breaks from college. His long term goal has always been to return home and serve the Jacksonville community.
Dr. Moore and his wonderful wife Brittany reside in Mandarin.