Dr. Amanda Pinder was born and raised in the city of Nassau, Bahamas. Ever since she was a young girl she dreamed of coming to the United States to become a veterinarian, and that she did. Much of Dr.Pinder's childhood was spent riding horses and this is where her love and passion for animals began.
Dr. Pinder began undergrad at the University of Tampa where she started coursework in Biology before transferring to the University of Florida to complete her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Biology. She then went on to attend Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA where she received her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. In her final year of veterinary school, Dr. Pinder did externships at hospitals in Los Angeles, Denver, Boston, and Washington D.C.
In Dr. Pinder’s free time she loves the beach, exercising, trying new restaurants, and going to the dog park with her Boston terrier “Bella”. Whenever she can she tries to make it back to the Bahamas where all her family still resides. Her professional interests include Dermatology, Radiology, and Internal Medicine.