We are pleased to announce that we have invited Tasheba Butler to Dallas, Texas, to conduct a three-day Skills Development Camp at the Lake Joe Pool Animal Clinic in partnership with the SPCA of Texas. I have owned Lake Joseph Pool Veterinary Clinic for over 15 years, treating a wide range of animals from small animals to large animals, and am currently Director of Veterinary Services in the Department of Animal Care and Control. Before that I worked intensively in small animal clinics and wildlife clinics since 1993. I was the executive director and chief veterinarian of the Humane Society of North Texas for several years and was a board member and chairman of SSPA Texas for many years.
I tried emergency services and night shifts, but nothing felt like it was fitting until I got to the SPCA in Texas, where my main focus was supporting the South Dallas Initiative. My career has developed to where I have helped with surgical procedures in several animal shelters and performed relief work in various veterinary clinics. Before I got my job here, I worked for several years at the Humane Society of North Texas, helping the organization.
After the birth of my twins, my family moved to Ohio, where I continued to work as a veterinarian. In 2003 we moved back to Texas to Cedar Park and I became a veterinary technician with the goal of one day attending a veterinary school. I worked in a veterinary clinic and worked with a mix of dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, pigs and other animals as well as dogs and cats.
During my time at the veterinary school I worked as an ICU Equine Tech and was active in the colic and dystocia team. I started working at school and started to participate in youth veterinary projects while I was working at school.
Chagas disease hit my family hard in Plano, so I drove all the way back to Texas State University to find one in College Station.
I rushed to Collin County Animal Hospital, where two vets saw Kiska collapse repeatedly. So I became interested in veterinary medicine and started to become involved in the Humanist Society and work in the veterinary clinic of the zoo. The clinic had a close relationship with local humane societies and it was there that Dr. Gilmore developed his passion for animal shelter medicine.
Dr. Matthes worked in a private practice in Dallas for several years before getting a job as a support worker. Dr. Heinefield shuttled back and forth between his work for the Texas Department of Veterinary Medicine and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
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Cat Care Pros offers high quality, experienced care of cats in veterinary clinics and boarding schools. Our primary veterinary center is located in Dowlen County, Texas, just a short drive from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, so drop by to see for yourself. We provide veterinary care for cats, dogs and small mammals, including rabbits, guinea pigs and rodents, as well as a variety of other animals.
We are a highly qualified group of certified veterinarians and strive to provide the highest quality to our highly valued patients. I have worked as a technical assistant at many veterinary clinics in New York and TX for the past 13 years, but this one is by far the best when it comes to taking good care of our pets as customers, not employees.
Dr. Grossi - high quality stone rings, compassionate and gentle, which cause stress for your pet - free visit to the veterinarian. Dr. Esmond will tour Josey Ranch Pet Hospital in local schools and churches and speak to all grades in the local school system. Our GP practice helps nervous pets to get veterinary care without fear of a drive to a clinic or hospital. We strive to provide our pets with the best possible care with professional, courteous care and manners.
At the age of 14 I started working as a ward nurse and veterinary assistant in a local veterinary clinic. In 1983 I received a B.S. in Animal Science from TAMU and continued my undergraduate studies and was a member of the March of Dimes and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). During my stay in Arizona, I missed having my own pet and started to engage in a small humane society and work at the veterinary clinic of OSU Veterinary Hospital.
I grew up on a farm and my father was a grass farmer and took care of many different kinds of exotic animals, including goats, sheep, chickens, cows, pigs, horses, ducks, goats and chickens. I have great respect for the animals on the farm and the people of Texas and the country.