At Veterinary Hospital of Alvin, our goal is to provide exceptional customer service to all of our patients. We take pride in our personalized care and strive to spend the necessary time with each patient to ensure a comfortable experience.
I am a proud member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2000. I received a B.S. in Animal Science from A&M and then earned my DVM from Ross University. I have enjoyed working on large and small animals and exotics in my career and am excited for this new chapter in my life to be the new owner of The Veterinary Hospital of Alvin since October 2021 and making Alvin a part of my life. I love our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, my family, and my country. And I may enjoy the Harry Potter series from time to time. In my free time, I enjoy reading, gardening, and traveling.
I grew up on a farm in Kentucky and have loved working with animals since I was little. I moved to Texas almost 15 years ago and started working at The Veterinary Hospital of Alvin in 2013. I have 4 cats, an overweight dog, a spoiled chinchilla, and an older leopard gecko. I love photography and I’m a huge geek whether it’s movies, games, or trading cards.
Receptionist/Certified HR Analyst
I was born in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and eighty-eight, in the small province of Worcester, Massachusetts to loving parents a father born of humble French Canadian immigrants and a mother born in the South to generational southerners. I was an outgoing child and young adult but that all ended when I began my journey in customer service, now the bitter takes me and I must distract myself with puppies and kittens to carry on. When I am not present I enjoy refinishing furniture, archery, and reading to escape reality. I have two animal companions Roscoe a glorious Great Pyrenees/beagle mix a truly beautiful creature and a Grey Tabby, Baby Ruth a small house gremlin who plans my demise. I am married to a man. I hope this has been enlightening.
I joined the Veterinary Hospital of Alvin team in March 2022. I began my career in veterinary medicine in 1988. I managed an emergency and critical care veterinary hospital for over 20 years. In 2021 I was promoted to "Grandma" and was fortunate enough to begin a new career in babysitting my Granddaughter part-time and working with this team part-time as a receptionist. I am enjoying both new positions very much and look forward to meeting and getting to know the wonderful clients and patients.
Certified Veterinary Assistant
I’m just a small-town girl living in a lonely world. I took the midnight train going anywhere…
Just kidding who takes trains? I was born in Texas like any good person should be. Since I was a small child I dreamed of being a vet, but the technicians were cooler so I decided that’s the path for me, for now. I have been a Technician for 4+ years and have recently become a certified CVA. I have a bunch of fur babies. My gremlins (dogs) are: Buddy, the oldest and most lovable, Dixie the land hippo, Nova my feisty tamale, and Mia my devious little heathen; I have most of a cat (3/4) named Gordita the best drifter and some prickly hogs, Sonic and Tails. My hobbies include anything Harry Potter, putting Tajin on fruit, and sleeping in a kennel at the back of the clinic while dreaming of going skydiving, rocky mountain climbing, riding two point seven seconds on a bull named Fumanchu. Who says breaking out into songs isn’t fun??
Certified Veterinary Assistant
I am a born and raised Texan whose family has always been big into hunting and the outdoors. I recently received my Veterinary Assistant certification and am hoping to start working toward becoming a Vet Tech in the near future. I have always had a love for animals which is what brought me into this field. My parents have 2 dogs, Gretta and Jax, and a cat, Elvis. And yes, he does think that he is the king of our house. I am looking forward to meeting your furry kids