Meet Our Veterinarians

We are proud to be American Animal Hospital Association accredited members since 1983! AAHA is an international association of more than 42,000 veterinary care providers who treat companion animals. Established in 1933, AAHA is well known among veterinarians and pet owners for its standards for hospitals and pet health care. Approximately 3,200 veterinary hospitals voluntarily participate in the AAHA hospital evaluation program. Consultants regularly visit these hospitals to ensure compliance with AAHA’s standards for services and facilities.

Dr. Clay Glenn — DVM, Founder and Owner

Accreditation & Accolades: AVMA, FVMA, CFVMA, AAHA, Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and Alpha Zeta Honor Society

Born in Lewisburg, TN, Dr. Glenn grew up on a farm and always loved working with animals. He truly enjoyed helping them stay healthy or treating them so they could become healthy and live happily. He’s been a veterinarian since graduating with his DVM from Auburn University in 1977 with a special interest in Orthopedics and Dermatology.

Outside of work, he is an active member of Habitat for Humanity and volunteer with the Christian Veterinary Mission and LAHAS – Grassroots Partnership with Africa.

Dr. Glenn has two daughters and shares a home with two four-legged friends – Coco, a Miniature Poodle and Tildi, a Teacup Yorkie. He enjoy boating, jet skiing and refinishing antiques.

Dr. James Yantorni — DVM, Owner

Accreditation & Accolades: DVM from Michigan State University and member of FVMA, CFVMA and AAHA

Born in Norway, MI, Dr. Yantorni was intrigued by veterinary medicine because of the challenge and the reward. Since animals can’t tell you what’s wrong or help themselves they are reliant on us to ensure their continued health or to help them get better – seeing that transformation every day is very rewarding. He has been a veterinarian since 1982 and has a special interest in Preventative Health Care and Internal Medicine.

Dr. Yantorni is a sports enthusiast! He enjoys playing golfing and watching basketball and football – Go Green Bay Packers! He has a lovely wife, Cynthia, three children and a Shih Tzu named Rosie.

Dr. Yaicha Peters — DVM

Accreditation & Accolades: AAHA small animal medicine award Kansas State, where she graduated in 2010.

Born in Fort Bragg, NC, Dr. Peters chose veterinary medicine because it provided an opportunity to blend her passions for people and animals into a single career. She started practicing in Amarillo, Texas following vet school.

Dr. Peters is an avid reader of almost anything!  Arts and crafts are another passion, especially painting and jewelry making. She shares her life with her amazing husband Bryan as well as a beagle named Pumpkin and four cats, Wally, Jude, Hobbes and Sheldon.

Dr. Eric Weiner — DVM

Dr. Weiner was born in New York and veterinary medicine is in imprinted in his DNA; both his father and grandfather are veterinarians. He grew up in animal hospitals and always found medicine to be very exciting. Dr. Weiner graduated from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015.

He enjoys spending time outside on his motorcycle with the wind on his face; and loves how veterinary medicine brings so many different people together that have the same passion. He had an amazing experience at the PennVet working dog center and was able to spend 3 weeks working hands on with search and rescue dogs.​

Dr. Jenny Costas — DVM, AVMA, AAHA

Dr. Costas was born in Long Island, NY, but lived in South Florida most of her life.  She moved to the Orlando area in 2015, at which time she joined East Orlando Animal Hospital.  Dr. Costas wanted to be a vet for as long as she can remember, and was able to fulfill this dream when she graduated from the University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998.  Although she loves her canine patients, she is truly a cat person at heart.  She shares her home with her husband, teenage daughter, and 4 cats.  Dr. Costas has volunteered several times for Habitat for Humanity and spent 5 years working with the Sea Turtle Relocation Project in Broward County. In her free time, she enjoys reading, going to art festivals, and spending time with family.