Our Office

9501 Lakeview Parkway
(Across from LakePointe Hospital)
Rowlett, TX 75088
972-412-0101

Hours

M, T & Th:
7 AM - 8 PM

W & F:
7 AM - 6:30 PM

Sat:
8 AM-2 PM
New! Extended Saturday hours

Directions

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We Are an AAHA Accredited Hospital

AAHA Accredited veterinary practice

To become an AAHA hospital member, candidates must complete a 39-page self-assessment reviewing the hospital's services and facilities. Then, a trained AAHA practice consultant thoroughly evaluates the facility to be sure it complies with AAHA veterinary care standards. More information ...

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Hospital Information

Animal Hospital of Rowlett, Rowlett Texas

We are a full service small animal dog and cat veterinary hospital in Rowlett Texas (Rockwall County), a suburb of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Our hospital is located at 9501 Lakeview Parkway (Highway 66) just east of Dalrock Road across from Lake Pointe Medical Center. Our veterinarians proudly provide veterinary medical services to pets residing in the Rowlett, Garland, Rockwall, Heath, East Dallas, Mesquite, Forney, Royse City and surrounding communities. We also provide pet grooming and dog and cat boarding in our pet hotel.

"This hospital is dedicated to our patients, whose loving, loyal and engaging personalities enrich our lives, fill our hearts and constantly inspire us to provide the best veterinary medical care possible."

Our address is:
Animal Hospital of Rowlett
9501 Lakeview Parkway
Rowlett, Texas 75089

Our phone number is:
(972) 412-0101
fax (972) 412-3061

Our extended hours of operation are:
Mon, Tue & Thur: 7:00 AM-8:00PM
Wed & Fri: 7:00 AM-6:30 PM
Sat: 8:00 AM-2:00 PM

Our Heath location address is:
Animal Hospital of Heath
209 Laurence Rd.
Heath, TX 75032
Phone 972-772-0040
www.ahhdvm.com

 
Separate entrances for our cat and dog friendsA quiet waiting room nook in the lobby area for our more timid patients

One of our doggie exam roomsA separate cat treatment area in our cat hospital

One of our doggie exam roomsA separate cat treatment area in our cat hospital

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We are Certified by the American Animal Hospital Association.

To become an AAHA hospital member, candidates must complete a 39-page self-assessment reviewing the hospital's services and facilities. Then, a trained AAHA practice consultant thoroughly evaluates the facility to be sure it complies with AAHA veterinary care standards. These standards include:

  • Orderly and accurate medical records
  • Complete diagnostic facilities
  • Complete pharmacy facilities
  • Proper anesthetic procedures
  • Modern surgical facilities
  • Nursing care
  • Properly maintained environment
  • Emergency services
  • Dental Services
Did you know your veterinarian is a board certified specialist?

Chances are your animal's doctor might never tell you, but you would want to know: your veterinarian is one a very small group of doctors who have earned the title "Diplomate" from the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP). In fact, your veterinarian is one of only 900 ABVP Diplomates in the United States and abroad.

What does that mean? It means your veterinarian made the choice to undergo a very long, very difficult process of additional studies and examination to become a board certified specialist. This process can take up to six years to complete. The process, however, does not end at certification. ABVP Diplomates are required to rectify every 10 years - something most other specialty groups do not require. In the end, the motivation behind achieving Diplomate status is, very simply, excellence.

ABVP Diplomates have proven knowledge and expertise above and beyond what is required to practice veterinary medicine. Beyond that, they have earned the privilege to specialize in the treatment of one or more categories of animals.

How does this affect you? You can rest easy knowing your animals are receiving expert treatment because your veterinarian feels a strong commitment to providing the best possible care available.

Thank you for entrusting your pet's care to us!

Directions

Our hospital is located at 9501 Lakeview Parkway (Highway 66) just east of Dalrock Road across from Lake Pointe Medical Center. You'll notice that we are centrally located for pets needing veterinary medical services in the Rowlett, Garland, Rockwall, Heath, East Dallas, Mesquite, Forney, Royse City and surrounding communities.

Address:
Animal Hospital of Rowlett
9501 Lakeview Parkway
Rowlett, Texas 75089

Phone:
972-412-0101

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Our Veterinarians

All of our veterinarians have been active in local, state, and national professional organizations, including the Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, and American Animal Hospital Association. Our doctors feel that participation in organized veterinary medicine is an important responsibility and have all strived to participate as committee members or officers when possible. We also believe strongly in community involvement; our doctors participate in educational programs at local schools and colleges and are involved with many local charity events for pets and animals in the Rowlett, Rockwall, Garland, Mesquite, and Heath communities.

Dr. Kimberly Ann Downes, DVM

Dr. Downes, Maggie, and StoneDr. Downes joined the practice in 1990 and became a partner in 1994. She is a 1989 graduate of Texas A&M University. She has extensive training and interest in Veterinary dentistry. Other interests include all aspects of feline medicine, oncology (cancer) and endocrinology. Dr. Downes is a Fear Free Certified Professional

Dr. Downes and her husband have one son. Their extended family includes a cat named "Spencer," "Maggie" the terrier/Lhasa mix, and "Stone" the career-change Guide Dog for the Blind. They are also raising their fourth dog, "Ravi" for Guide Dogs for the Blind with hopes of him one day becoming a guide dog.

Dr. Downes is a native Texan born in Temple, Texas. She counts working at McDonald's and Piggly Wiggly among her first jobs. When not at the animal hospital, you might find Dr. Downes toiling in her garden or poring over interior decorating magazines. Her first dog as a child was named Mack.

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Dr. Kimberly Ann Clary, DVM, ABVP

Dr. Clary with "Bob"Dr. Clary joined the staff in 1993 after graduation from Texas A&M University. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners which means she made a choice to undergo a long and difficult process of additional studies and examination to become a board certified specialist recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). This process takes a minimum of three years to complete and the motivation behind it is, very simply, excellence. She has proven knowledge and expertise above and beyond what is required to practice veterinary medicine. Beyond that, she has earned the privilege to specialize in the treatment of one or more categories of animals. Dr. Clary has extended ultrasound training and her interests include dermatology (allergic skin disease), oncology, emergency and critical care.

She and her husband Mike have an extensive pet family. The zoo consists of two horses, 4 cats and a dog named Sheldon (named after the character on the Big Bang Theory). Dr. Clary enjoys horseback riding, reading and volleyball.

Dr Clary dislikes the color yellow, so naturally, each year the staff gets her a yellow birthday card, a yellow cake, decorates her car with yellow balloons, and even encourages her clients to wear yellow.

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Dr. Wendi Carter, DVM, cVMA

Dr. Carter with "Bob"Dr. Carter graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2006.  She graduated magna cum laude in 2002 from Southeast Missouri State University with a BS degree in biology. She worked as an associate at Banfield Animal Hospitals from 2006-2009.  Her interests include ophthalmology and soft tissue surgery. Dr. Carter is a Certified Veterinary Medical Acupuncturist and is now offering Veterinary Medical Accupuncture services to patients in the Rowlett, Rockwall, Mesquite, Garland, Dallas, and surrounding areas.

Dr. Carter lived in Colorado and Missouri before moving to Texas in 2006.  She has two cats Shiga and Malike.  In her spare time Dr. Carter enjoys traveling, art, spectator sports, and can often be found on weekends running in marathons and obstacle courses.  

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Dr. Jennifer Hurley, DVM,

Dr. Jennifer Hurley

Dr. Hurley graduated from Texas A&M University.  She graduated magna cum laude in 2010 from Texas A&M Commerce with a BS in Animal Science.  Dr. Hurley started with the Animal Hospital of Rowlett as a technician in 2009 and completed her veterinary externship with us in 2013.  Her interests include feline medicine and dentistry.  

Dr. Hurley was born and raised in Texas.  She and her husband Josh have a rat terrier named Molly and two cats (Kitty and Petey).

When not at work, Dr. Hurley can be found at the beach or in her garden.  

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 Dr. Brian J. Huber, DVM, ABVP

Dr. Brian Huber

Dr. Huber started the Animal Hospital of Rowlett in 1988. He is a 1986 graduate of Kansas State University. He has extensive training in ultrasound and endoscopy. He has been a certified diplomate of The American Board of Veterinary practitioners since 1994, recently re-certifying for the 3rd   time as a diplomate. This requires rigorous study and testing by the board. We are very proud of his achievement. His interests are gastrointestinal disease, cardiology and oncology.

Dr. Huber and his wife Jennifer have three children, Curran, Caroline, and Callahan. The family pets consist of three felines (Bonnie, Stevie and Mikey) and 2 canines; Birdie and Sparky.

Dr. Huber was born in Scotts Bluff, Nebraska, loves the Dallas Cowboys, Golden Retrievers, Border Collies and cats. He hopes to learn skydiving.  He enjoys his vacation time with family.

Dr. Huber may not be here seeing patients, but he has been and currently is, involved in the business of veterinary medicine over many years. The entrepreneurial ventures he has started and continue to be involved with, have led to many exciting opportunities for advancing patient care in veterinary medicine.  From regenerative medicine, to oncology, to dental therapies, to ultrasound diagnostics and telemedicine, he is extremely involved in improving outcomes for all pet patients. He may not be here physically, but he is helping AHR bring new therapies and technologies into the global veterinary market.

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Our Staff

The staff at Animal Hospital of Rowlett is our greatest asset. Everyone at our hospital is dedicated to helping pet owners understand their pets and learn about preventive health care maintenance. All our staff are pet owners, pet lovers, and are dedicated to providing an exceptional experience for you and your pet.

Continual training and weekly staff meetings keep the staff focused on client service, updates in medicine and diagnostics, and new products. The staff is continually challenging themselves and other team members to improve daily procedures, quality of care, record keeping, and devotion to animal comfort and well-being.


 Hospital Manager

Christen EhleyChristen Lynch

Christen receives inspiration from art, music, and good company and is, in fact, quite an accomplished singer. She loves sushi, the sound of the acoustic guitar and wishes she knew how to snowboard. Christen obtained her Bachelor's degree in Communication from University of Oklahoma with minors in Criminology and Sociology.You can contact Christen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Christen has been with us since 2008.


 Client Service Staff

Aaron GribbinsAaron Gribbins 

Aaron last read The Road by Cormac McCarthy and last loved the movie Mad Max: Fury Road. His favorite Sesame Street character is Cookie Monster and he has an English Bulldog named Dudley (who he thinks is the greatest dog EVER!).

His radio is usually tuned to 92.5 Lone Star FM due to his secret crush on Stevie Nicks. He would love to travel to Fiji or any exotic beach with a lawn chair and unlimited beverages.

Aaron graduated with a Bachelors in accounting from McNeese State University in Louisiana and is currently working towards a second Bachelors in Nursing. Aaron has been with us since 2015.

Meleah HumphreyMeleah Humphrey

Meleah has worked in veterinary medicine for two years. She attended UT Tyler and began a major in journalism that she would one day like to complete. Her favorite noise is the sound of her baby laughing and she loved the book "Yes Please" by Amy Poehler - one of her favorite comedians.

Her fridge is full of leftovers because she has a hubby that likes to cook and makes way more food than 2 people need! Meleah's favorite Sesame Street character is Snuffaluffagus and her first pet was J.R, a Papillon. Her car radio is always tuned to 105.3 because she is a huge Rangers baseball fan and her husband loves the Cowboys. She would love to travel to Greece or Ireland and her favorite Friends character is Phoebe.

Meleah has been with us since 2015.

Jennifer MosleyJennifer Mosley

Though Jenny is new to veterinary medicine, she is loving the puppies and kittens she gets to see on a daily basis! Her favorite noise is the sound of the bus breaking outside her house because it means the kiddos are home! She loves the smell of cinnamon and hates the smell of skunks.

Jenny claims she would never want to be a dentist and last loved reading Slaughterhouse 5. Her fridge at home has milk, frozen waffles and lots of condiments, but not much else! Jenny was born in Birmingham Alabama (Roll Tide!) and would love to travel to Ireland. Her favorite food is nachos and her favorite color is yellow.

Jenny has been with us since 2016.

 

Randi FerrerHunter Thomas

 If Hunter weren’t working in the veterinary medicine field, she would be a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner. She finds inspiration from within herself. She has always believed that it is better to push herself to be better rather than allowing someone else's achievements to pushing her.

She loves foreign food, and would love to one day travel to Ireland and England then on to the rest of the world.

 

Randi FerrerAndrea Shipley

Audrea has not worked in the veterinary medicine field for very long but she loves it so far.

If she weren’t in the veterinary field she would be an archaeologist.

Audrea counts among her favorite moments the day she met her husband and counts sushi as one of her favorite foods. When not playing gold or hiking, you might find Audrea dreaming of one day climbing Mt. Everest.

 

Randi FerrerJessica Kohutek

 

Jessica loves the smell of Magnolia blossoms and hates the smell of baby powder and Lysol. When she stands before God at the end of her life, she hopes that she would not have a single bit of talent left and could say "I used everything you gave me".  
 
Her first pet, Verde, was a green parakeet that would play with her in the sandbox.  She is afraid of monkeys and would love to travel anywhere tropical, including her favorite vacation spot, Port Aransas.  She loves Italian food, Miranda Lambert, and the Texas Rangers.  
 
Her hobbies include hunting, fishing, creating jewelry and DIY Pinterest projects.  She loves Golden and Labrador Retrievers and wishes she knew how to whistle. 
 
Jessica has been with us since 2016.  

 

 


Exam Room Assistants

Cassey NietoCassey Nieto, ERA Manager

Cassey has worked in veterinary medicine for 1.5 years and lists parvo among one of the most difficult cases to treat.  Her favorite smell is sweets baking and hates the smell of vinegar.  Her first pet as a child was named Dryphus and Duncan was her first pet with her husband.  

Cassey has 3 kids, so naturally her car is usually on kid's music.  She wants to travel to Portugal and her favorite Friends character was Rachel.  Mexican food and sweets are the way to Cassey's heart, along with allowing her time to crochet and sew.  

​Cassey earned her bachelor's degree in theatre at West Texas A&M University. You can reach Cassey with any pet hotel and boarding concerns at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

She has been with us since 2015.

Cara Eigner

Low-stress certified

Cara Eigner

Cara drools when she hears the word food and loves the sound of white noise.  She hates the sound of styrofoam or metal rubbing and the smell of dogs in the rain.  If she were not in the veterinary field, she would love to be a teacher.  

She wants to hear God say "sup, homie" at the Pearly Gates and can be found watching Star Wars when not working at AHR.  Cara's favorite moment in life was getting her dog, KC.  

Cara is certified as a Low Stress Handler Silverow Stress Handler Silver and has been with us since 2015.

Fallon McFarland

 Fallon McFarland

Fallon loves music, action movies and the smell of cinnamon buns and pizza.  She would love to be a psychologist and would hate to have a 9-5 cubicle job.  Her favorite author is John Green and the last movie she loved was The Skeleton Twins.  Fallon was born in Wylie, Texas and first worked at a movie theatre.  She wishes she knew how to change a tire and would love to travel to Disney World.

Fallon has been with us since 2015.

 

Randi FerrerAdrienne Hall

Adrienne hates nails on a chalkboard and hearing people chew their food, and the smell of gasoline.  She loves the smell of cinnamon and would love to travel to Alaska.  She would never want to be dentist.  Her bedside table is covered in lots of candles and her favorite Sesame Street character is Elmo.  

​Adrienne's first pet's name was Snickers and she usually listens to Christmas Music.  She loved the movie The Choice and loves the color maroon.  She wishes she knew how to sing and wakes up wondering when she can go back to sleep.

Her favorite dog breeds are golden retrievers and frenchies and she has a kitty named Snowball.  

​Adrienne has been with us since May of 2016.


 Nursing Staff

 Brittany HilzLow-stress certifiedBrittany Cross, CVA, Nurse Manager

When not listening to The Beatles or The Who, you might find Brittany taking in an Adam Sandler movie or playing with her two cats and two ferrets. Brittany is our Nursing Team Lead, a veterinary nutritional advocate, and a certified veterinary assistant. You can contact Brittany for any nursing care concerns at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Brittany is certified as a Low Stress Handler Silverow Stress Handler Silver and has been with us since April 2012.

 

Dorothy Schuld-JohnsonDorothy Schuld-Johnson, LVT

Dorothy is a Fear Free Certified Professional. When not watching her favorite NFL team, the Cleveland Browns, you might find Dorothy enjoying a meal at her favorite restaurant, Cafe Istanbul. She loves Singapura cats, the smell of carnations, creme brulee, and the novels of Isaac Asimov but can't stand the smell of cigarettes and is saddened when she has to treat dogs with parvovirus. Her first pet was named Richelle. Dorothy obtained her RVT degree from Texas State Technical Institute in Waco.

Dorothy has been with us since 1999.

Catie HillCatie Hill, LVT

Catie is our surgical nurse who makes sure your pet is safe while they are under anesthesia for dental cleanings, surgeries and sedate to grooms. Catie graduated with her veterinary technician degree from Cedar Valley. Catie is the mother to her human child, Evie, as well as her fur children Koda and Sookie!

Catie has been with us since 2013!

 

Randi FerrerJacque Struble, LVT

 

 

 

 

 

Matt CarrollMatt Carroll, Nurse Assistant

​Matt's favorite word is money and would never want to be a plumber.  He would love to be a sports broadcaster and wakes up in the morning thinking about more sleep.  The best advice he ever received was never to try drugs and he can commonly be described as "a character".  He loves tabby cats and pugs.  Matt can often be found wearing his favorite color, orange.  

Matt has been with us since 2015.

 

Mary Musolino

Mary Musolino, Nurse Assistant

Mary has worked in veterinary medicine for 25 years. Her ears perk up when she hears the word lunch and she love the sound of leaves rustling in the wind and the smell of fresh gardenias. She would love to go to culinary school if she weren't in veterinary medicine and would never want to be a lawyer.

Mary last read At The Water's Edge and her favorite author is Jodi Piccult. She loved the movie American Sniper, but hated Snakes On A Plane. She loves to read and do jig-saw puzzles.

Mary has been with us since 2015.

Zack KingZak King

Zak is a native Dallasite who includes Cesar Milan and Bob Marley among his heroes. He dreams of one day going to Alaska but can often be found vacationing in Port Aransas, Texas. He loves drawing and playing video games and calls German Shepherd his favorite dog breed.

Zak has been with us since 2013.

 

 


 Grooming

Keri GardnerKerri Gardner

Kerri has been grooming animals for more than 25 years, mostly in the Collin County area, but we are happy to now have her here at AHR. Keri is married with 4 children, and has 2 dogs (a Shih Tzu and a Great Pyrenese).

"I look forward to meeting clients and giving their dogs and cats the best groom they've ever had."

Kerri has been with us since December 2010.


 Pet Hotel/Spa Staff 

 

Randi FerrerAna Lico Kennel Technician/Nurse Assistant

 

 

 

 

 

 

Randi Ferrer

James Mueck/Nurse Assistant 

 

 

 

 

 

Randi Ferrer

Lydia Harris

Lydia counts among her favorite souvenirs a toad she once caught in Alabama, took home and raised for nine years.

Her first job was working at Petco and she dreams of one day traveling to Japan. Lydia loves the smell of coffee and pancakes but can’t stand the odor of mangoes.

 

 

Randi Ferrer

Elizabeth Lawrence

 

 

 

 

 

 

Randi Ferrer

Career Opportunities

Client Services Representative

Must have experience in a client service/reception position.  Veterinary experience is not required, but is a bonus. A CSR is not "just a receptionist". You are the gateway to our practice, the first person a client speaks to on the phone, the first person they see when they arrive and the last person they see on the way out. Our CSRs are invaluable and having a friendly personality, being able to multi-task, having an excellent memory and possessing the ability to remain poised under pressure are essential job duties. You must always have a smile, always come in uniform, and always be prepared to help our clients in any way necessary. We expect a lot from our reception staff. They must have veterinary medical knowledge and learn quickly--as reading medical records, learning vaccine schedules and being able to assess an emergency is vital. Please read the job description for the reception position to determine if you think you meet the qualifications. 

Nurse

Must have experience as a veterinary technician at a previous veterinary practice (preferably small animal). Veterinary experience is required for this position. We do not train our nurses the basic veterinary technician skills such as blood draws, catheter placement, anesthetic monitoring, etc. We do require that anyone hiring for this position do a working interview to show us that these skills are in place. We do train how WE monitor anesthesia, how WE read records, how WE fill medications. We follow AAHA guidelines for canine vaccines and AAFP guidelines for feline vaccines (we suggest you read up on these protocols prior to your interview!). We do require our technicians to test "out" of certain tasks before you are authorized to perform them--for example, you may have monitored anesthesia for 20 years, but we will train you on how WE monitor anesthesia, you will take a written test and will assist with a "practical" before we ever schedule you to monitor anesthesia alone. This is ultimately for the safety of our patients, but also our way of ensuring you are comfortable with a task before being asked to do it. While we don't train what we deem "Basic Tasks" of a nurse, we do spend a lot of time "teaching". You will have CE courses, the doctors will show you things and help you to gain a better knowledge of why things are done. Client communication is key and we expect our nurses to educate our clients on important topics, such as vaccine protocols, heartworm testing and prevention, labwork/senior labwork, chronic drug monitoring, and intestinal parasite testing.  We are always seeking talented, experienced and dedicated individuals to join our nursing team.

Nurse Assistant

Nurse assistants must have detail oriented personalities that allow them to anticipate the needs of the nurse and follow through with tasks. Veterinary experience is not required for this position, although it is often filled with individuals who have interest in going to school to become a registered veterinary technician. This position helps you determine if this career path is something that you are truly interested in and allows you to pick up terminology and pharmaceutical items that will help you succeed in the program. The nurse assistant position is mostly comprised of learning proper restraint skills, learning how to set up and break down surgical and dental areas, and learning the importance of cleaning and disinfecting all areas of a veterinary hospital. Our nurse assistants are expected to be professional, helpful and friendly.  They must take direction well from co-workers, as their job is to assist the nurses with any tasks needed.  While nurse assistants do not have significant client contact, they are often expected to help out at the front desk or in boarding discharges, which means client communication must be great.

Kennel Assistant

Kennel assistants must have a love of animals and not be timid around cats or large dogs. No experience is necessary for our kennel assistant position.  It is a "gateway" position into veterinary medicine and many of us started in this area. The kennel is a great way to gain knowledge of veterinary medicine and have hands on experience with the pets, without having prior experience. Kennel assistants must still be outgoing and comfortable speaking to clients, as you do still have contact with them at the drop off and discharge of their pets to the Pet Hotel. We always want clients to feel comfortable leaving their animals with us, as this can be stressful for both the client and patient. The kennel assistant role is very important. Animals must be monitored closely for changes in behavior, eating/drinking, bathroom habits, etc and doctors must be notified quickly if/when any changes occur.  The animals will develop relationships with the kennel staff and this helps them to be more comfortable when coming to have an extended stay at our clinic.  You truly "must love pets" to work this closely with them. Kennel assistants must be available to work weekends and holidays, as these are the busiest times for the Pet Hotel.

Although Animal Hospital of Rowlett is not always actively hiring, we are always accepting applications. We will go through existing applications prior to posting any position openings on job boards. We hope that you will take the time to come tour our facility, meet our staff, and see how we work together. I think that you will find that AHR is a warm and welcoming place to work, full of individuals who work as a team for a common goal....happy, healthy pets (and clients!).

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  • Information
  • Directions
  • Doctors
  • Staff

    The staff at Animal Hospital of Rowlett is our greatest asset. Everyone at our hospital is dedicated to helping pet owners understand their pets and learn about preventive health care maintenance. All our staff are pet owners, pet lovers, and are dedicated to providing an exceptional experience for you and your pet.

    Continual training and monthly staff meetings keep the staff focused on client service, updates in medicine and diagnostics, and new products. The staff is continually challenging themselves and other team members to improve daily procedures, quality of care, record keeping, and devotion to animal comfort and well-being.

  • Career Opportunities

    We are always looking for exceptional reception staff, terrific technicians, technician assistants and phenomenal kennel assistants. Although it does take someone who loves animals to work at a veterinary office, you must also love working with people and putting the client first. Please see below for requirements on each position.  If you are interested, please fill out the application and/or come to the clinic to fill out an application packet. We have a binder with written job descriptions for all positions that we encourage you to look over. Sit down, stay a while, meet the staff and find out why Animal Hospital of Rowlett is an amazing employment opportunity.

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