As your pet grows older, he or she may develop a range of diseases and conditions associated with aging, such as obesity, diabetes, arthritis and kidney disease. Despite the health problems often ...View Article
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Kelly McNeill is our practice manager and has been with Southlake Crossing Animal Clinic since February of 1998. Her and her husband live with their son in Keller, and she has a married daughter. Kelly has a chihuahua named Chester and a Boston Terrier Mix named Astro. Kelly enjoys, camping, fishing, scrap booking, and playing with her 2 grandsons in her spare time.
Pam Harris has been with Southlake Crossing Animal Clinic since August of 1998. She enjoys being our kennel manager, and taking care of your pets while you are out of town as well as making sure that our Grooming and Bathing department runs smoothly. Pam currently lives in Southlake and she is pictured here with her late Chow Mix, Solo (we will forever miss our Red Dog). She also has adopted our once clinic cat, C.B. Pam has a big heart and a bigger laugh. You can often find Pam at the beach or lake, in the pool, or reading a good book when shes not at the clinic!
Elizabeth Boivin has been with Southlake Crossing Animal Clinic since March of 2007. She began her career here as a receptionist at our front desk, then moved on to veterinary assistant in 2009 where she loved being so hands on with the care and comfort of the animals that we love. She became our Head Client Service Representative in May 2011 where she manages our Front Desk Staff and loves being able to help our "human" clients while still being active in the physical care of the Fur-Babies. Elizabeth is married and has a German Shepherd, Onyx, a border collie, Jazmine, a keeshond, Sasha, and 2 cats named Isis and Freya, and there are a few goats and chickens, too! In her down time she enjoys camping out at the lake, music, reading, taking care of her home and garden, and spending time with her family and friends.
Meet Tawny, she is our Head Veterinary Technician with us and she came to Southlake Crossing Animal Clinic in April of 2012 as a Tech and worked her way up to leader of her pack. Tawny states that making the move to SCAC is one of the best choices she could have ever made. And we are grateful to have her. She stared in her first clinic in 2008 and quickly learned she wanted to be more hands on as a technician. Tawny married her husband in 2015 after his return from Active Duty in England for the Air Force and they love working on their new home, going to the beach, fishing, and having lazy days with friends. She has two "senior" pups Cinnamon and Bella, who live with her parents and then Prezleigh (pictured here), her young pitbull mix. She's a mess! But they love her.