Meet Our Team in Boynton Beach, FL
At Colonial Animal Hospital and Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center, we have a talented staff of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, assistants, receptionists, and more, who all work toward giving pets and their people the best care possible. Learn more about each team member below, and make an appointment soon to meet them in person!
Robert Martin, DVM
Dr. Martin graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. After owning and selling one practice in Tennessee he moved to Boynton Beach in 1987. Colonial Animal Hospital was purchased in 2004 and Boynton-Hypoluxo Animal Clinic was purchased from Dr. Arthur Burton in 2008. That building was torn down and the new Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center was born in its place.
A recent study of Dr. Martin's career estimated that he has helped over 150000 pets with health care issues from broken toenails to broken bones and virtually everything in between. Dr M has worked hard over the years to develop a "whole patient" approach to care of pets with the patient's people being involved in the decision making process each step of the way. This has helped both practices develop a loyal following of clients who know their Veterinarian has the best interest of clients and their beloved pets at the cornerstone of these hospitals.
Dr. M lives in Western Lake Worth with his wife Lisa, son Trey and six dogs, three cats and eight chickens. The Martins also have four grown daughters who along with Trey and Lisa are the driving force in his life. A passion for the ocean is Dr. Martin's main interest as a hobby outside of work that is usually enjoyed in the Bahamas. Every aspect of his life is lived in a way that would make his creator the focus of his life. This one fact is Rob Martins' reason for conducting his professional life the way he has and any credit for success in life is given to God.
Peter Adams, VMD
Dr. Adams graduated from University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He has been practicing in South Florida for over thirty years.
He attended Virginia Tech for his undergraduate studies and earned a B.S. in Biology & Chemistry. Infectious and Zoonotic diseases are a special interest.
When not working he is a volunteer for the USGS Sirenia Project. Other interests include everything Ocean related and Zymology.
Katarzyna Ferry, DVM
Dr. Katarzyna Ferry grew up in the suburbs of Chicago after she and her family emigrated from Poland. After her undergraduate studies at Purdue and Illinois State, she moved to the US Virgin Islands where she worked as a veterinary technician, as boat crew and at a local SCUBA dive shop. She then went on to attend Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. In 2018, she moved to Florida to attend University of Florida in Gainesville for her clinical rotations. South Florida became home after moving to this area for externships in specialty surgery and emergency medicine. She joined our team at Colonial Animal Hospital in June of 2019. In her spare time she enjoys ocean sports, travel and spending time with dogs, cats and birds.
Courtney Ann Pearce, DVM
Dr. Courtney Ann Pearce is a West Palm Beach, Florida-grown local. She received her B.S. in Marine Biology and Pre-Veterinary Medicine from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton in 2015. She went on to earn her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in St. Kitts and Nevis in 2019. While in undergrad and veterinary school, Dr. Pearce participated in numerous marine conservation efforts.
While completing her clinical year at University of Florida (Go Gators!), Dr. Pearce took special interest in internal medicine, surgery, and marine/zoologic medicine.
When Dr. Pearce is not working at Colonial Animal Hospital, she enjoys scuba diving, snorkeling, boating, going to the beach, and spending time with her family, friends, and most importantly her two rescued pups named Luana and Kekoa!
Caroline M. Vigo, DVM
Dr. Caroline M. Vigo is originally from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. She received her B.S. in Animal Science from Colorado State University, Fort Collins in 2014. She went on to earn her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, St. Kitts & Nevis in 2017.
While completing her clinical year at Louisiana State University, Dr. Vigo took a special interest in dentistry, surgical procedures and internal medicine.
When she is not working at Colonial Gateway Animal Center, she likes to go to the beach, travel to new places, spend time with family & friends and most importantly spend time with her two Morkie dogs named Beards and Mustache.