Dr. Inderjit Singh
“Be a voice for those who have none.”
DVM, B.V.S.C & A.H.
Education: College of Veterinary Science Punjab Agricultural University of India
Dr. Singh graduated from Government College Punjab India majoring in premedical studies in April of 1982. He then went to study veterinary medicine and surgery at College of Veterinary Science Punjab Agricultural University of India from April of 1982 to March of 1987.
He started Luv-N-Care Animal Hospital of Longwood in June of 1992 in a small shop. After 6 years he built a new facility where he practices veterinary orthopedic surgery, laser surgery, emergency critical care and internal medicine. His practice continued to grow and the planning to open Luv-N-Care Animal Hospital of Windermere started on February of 2013 with hopes to open on March of 2014.
Dr. Singh keeps his skills sharp and current with continuing education. He has acquired extensive knowledge in veterinary orthopedic surgery, laser surgery, emergency critical care and internal medicine. He has performed over 20,000 surgical procedures including routine spays/neuters, to advanced orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries.
Dr. Hailee Hobson
“Saving one animal may not change the world, but it surely changes the world of that animal.”
Education: University of Minnesota – Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science
Ross University – AVMA accredited Veterinary School
Hometown: Vancouver, Washington
Veterinary medicine has been my passion since I was 3 years old. It was between that and becoming a princess. But my love for animals and their health kept my interest. Growing up I would rescue any and all animals. I also started volunteering at the local Humane Society. I spent as much time as I could gaining experience in the field throughout highschool and college and sacrificing my 20’s. All that hard work and dedication paid off. I have the career of my dream at an amazing animal hospital with the best patients and clients, a great team backing me up, the latest technology at my fingertips and the ability to continue my education. I am truly blessed to be working at Luv-N-Care Animal Hospital.
“The best thing about dogs is that you can act like something really great just happened and they’ll instantly start celebrating with you. They have no idea what the context is…they’re just always ready to party no matter what!”
Dr. Jennifer Lane
Dr. Lane was raised in Lake Mary, FL and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine in Harrogate, TN in May 2020. During high school she volunteered at Luv-N-Care during the summer and it was here that her love of animals and their welfare developed into a passion for quality medicine. Now she is returning back to the place where it all started with hopes of becoming the best she can be for our furry family members. She has a dream of one day providing care to a variety of species, in hopes one family would not have to visit multiple veterinary clinics to provide proper care for their furry or feathered friends. Outside the clinic she enjoys spending time with her dogs, Bubba, Kanga, Losi, and Nessi, and taking care of her horses Whisper, Titan, Cheese, Stetson, Monster, Rio and Joe.
Dr. Sierra Steger
Hometown: Port Orange, FL
Education: St. Matthews University, Cayman Islands – Doctorate of
I was raised in Port Orange, FL and received my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. Matthews University in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. I finished my clinical year of school at The University of Georgia (Go Bulldogs!) and graduated in January of 2020. I began my career in Las Vegas, NV where I practiced for 3 years before deciding to move back to my home state of Florida where I started working here at Luv-N-Care. During high school I started working at local clinics and continued to be a veterinary technician up until I left for veterinary school in 2016.
Animals have always been my passion and I could not imagine myself doing anything else in this world. In my free time I love spending time with my dogs Scarlet (a Doberman Pinscher), Butters (a French Bulldog) and Meatball (an English bulldog).
“I am a veterinary technician. My clothes are often hairier than the patients. I am the go-between for clients and veterinarians. I have my share of battle scars. After the work is done, I work some more. But at the end of the day I love our patients. I get to build relationships with our clients. I am a veterinary technician, and I help save lives.”