Kenmore Animal Hospital has a skilled team of veterinarians who welcome you to our practice. Proudly serving the Kenmore. At Kenmore Animal Hospital, it is our daily privilege to provide quality vet care to your cherished pet, with compassion and competence. We hope to ensure a positive impact on our patients, pet owners and the local community.
Dr. Keisha Hawkins
Dr. Keisha Hawkins joined the Kenmore Team in February 2008 and became Kenmore’s Managing Veterinarian in 2013.
Graduated from the University of Illinois in 2004 with a Bachelors Degree in Animal Science. She then lived on the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Kitts in the West Indies while she attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. In 2007, she began her clinical year of training at the University of Missouri. After completing her training and receiving her diploma as Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Hawkins and her cat Aeronautica packed the Jeep and moved to Buffalo, New York!
Dr. Hawkins currently sits on the board for the Western New York Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Carolyn Kadlec
After graduating from the University of Rhode Island, she worked for a solo small animal practitioner for 3 years before heading to St. Kitts to attend Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Her clinical year was completed at the University of Tennessee. She has been practicing small animal medicine /surgery in WNY since 2000.
During her downtime – Dr. Kadlec likes to ski with her two daughters and after skiing – they all like to snuggle with their two rescue dogs!
We are all very excited to have Dr. CK on our team!
Dr. Mroziak was born and raised in WNY. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology, with a minor in Ocean Studies, from SUNY Binghamton (now Binghamton University) in 1993. Following graduation, she worked in a medical processing lab for 2 years after which she returned to school and earned her Master of Science in Biology from Florida Atlantic University in 1997. Her thesis focused on caging sea turtle nests as a management plan for nesting beaches. She is proud to say that the management strategies have indeed changed as a result of her research. Dr. M lived in Baltimore for two years after completing her graduate work and worked at multiple jobs including teaching Biology at Essex Community College, working at Inner Harbor Animal Clinic and performing duties at the University of Maryland School of Medicine as a research assistant for a neurophysiology laboratory studying the effects of BPA on neurological development. She later received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2003 from the Atlantic Veterinary College at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada after which she returned to WNY.
She enjoys running and being outside with her family including her husband, daughter, Golden Retriever, and two cats.