Our Team

Meet Our Team

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Legacy Animal Hospital. We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Get to know our team

We are solely dedicated to your pet’s care! We look forward to getting to know you, and we hope you’ll take the time to scroll down and get to know us.


Dr. Jeovanny Toribio

Dr. Jeovanny Toribio

As a native of Buckeye, Arizona, Dr. Jeovanny Toribio spent his childhood and adolescence on a local dairy farm. Working with animals since childhood was the catalyst for his early decision to become a veterinarian, and his interest in caring for animals continued to grow.

After graduating from Colorado State University Veterinary School, he was offered a position with a busy multi-doctor hospital where his knowledge and patient care made him a recognized expert in the community. Dr. Toribio is skilled in all aspects of veterinary medicine, and his particular specialty is in orthopedic surgery.

As attentive as he is to his patients, he also takes pride in being a good husband to his wife, Jessica, and father to his daughter, Nicole, not to mention his own two dogs, Julio, the German Shepherd, and Mango, the Staffordshire terrier mix.

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Dr. Brittany Schultz

Dr. Brittany Schultz was born and raised outside of Cleveland, Ohio. She began undergrad as a Forensic Science major, and planned to be a Forensic Toxicologist. In her last year of undergrad, she began volunteering at the Union County Humane Society, in Marysville, Ohio. There she met the shelter veterinarian, Dr. Amy, and began helping care for the shelter animals by assisting with vaccinations and spay/neuter surgeries. Dr. Schultz quickly fell in love with veterinary medicine, and began pursuing her DVM, with Dr. Amy as her mentor.

After graduating from The Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, she promptly moved from the “Buckeye State” to Buckeye, Arizona, where she has pursued a career in small animal general practice. She enjoys the variety of cases she gets to treat, and has special interests in soft tissue surgery, dentistry, behavior, and end-of-life care.

Dr. Schultz is dedicated to offering a comprehensive spectrum of care, encompassing a range of high-quality treatment options grounded in evidence-based medicine, while also accommodating the wide range of client preferences and financial abilities. She firmly believes in fostering a collaborative partnership between herself and pet parents, working together as a team to provide the best possible care for her patients.

Dr. Schultz has worked in small animal medicine in Australia, and has provided free spay and neuter surgeries to pets in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. She enjoys travel, exploring outdoors, and anything crafty, especially tie-dye.

She resides with her high school sweetheart, their two young daughters, Onyx (a geriatric Pitbull mix), Gus (a poodle-sheepdog mix), two cats (Rexie and Jack), and a beloved plecostomus named Lollipop.