Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Jimmie started with us at the end of September 2014 and he had worked as a Veterinary Technician for 4 years before coming to us. He is married with a young son named James. The rest of his family consists of a Miniature Schnauzer named Jackson and a Cocker Spaniel named Madison. When Jimmie isn't at the clinic he loves spending time with his family, golfing, snow skiing and running.
Aubrey started with us in June of 2014. She started working with animals in 2009 and has loved learning everything from the kennel to being a technician. She has 3 chihuahuas named Nemo, Rocky and Juno. She loves reading, drawing and painting in her free time.
Mandy started here at the clinic in August of 2015. She came to us through an internship with ABC (Animal Behavioral College) an online school. She spends her time with multiple fur-babies, Stella, a Pittbull Terrier; Lucy, her Catahoula Mix; Lucy, a Chihuahua (she's the boss), and Riley her long-haired cat. She and her dogs love exploring new trails while not at the clinic.
Meet Kimberly! She started working here in August of 2016. Though she had no prior Veterinary experience she is taking classes at Cedar Valley College to become an Accredited Veterinary Technician. She has a Yellow Lab named Daisy and a one eyed cat named Bullseye. She is always bragging about how cute they are! And we agree. For fun, she loves to bake cookies and cook recipes she finds on Pinterest, camping with friends and family, and on lazy days, binge watching Netflix with a cozy blanket. Kimberly loves working in veterinary medicine where every day is exciting and there is always something new to learn.
Caroline started in February of 2017. She does have some previous veterinary experience and is currently in school for veterinary technology. Caroline's family plays a very large part in her life as they continuously support her to go after her goals. When not at the clinic she supports the Dallas Stars and enjoys going to their games. She shares her home with a chihuahua named Sam and her family also has a Chorkie and a Lab.