Ken Slough, DVM
Dr. Ken Slough established Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital in 2007, providing high quality veterinary medicine and surgery for our community ever since. His values have centered around cutting-edge medicine and technology, client education and customer service. These values have been instilled into all aspects of the Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Slough attended Oklahoma State University and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science in 1996 and obtained his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. He began his veterinary career at a large, 12-doctor, small-animal practice in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he gained extensive experience with orthopedic and soft-tissue surgeries utilizing the CO2 surgical laser. Dr. slough then moved home to Texas and continued practicing veterinary medicine in Flower Mound for five years at a six-doctor, companion-animal hospital.
His professional interests include advanced dentistry, orthopedic surgery, allergy management and laser therapy. Dr. Slough has a special interest in helping bracycephalic breeds (e.g., Bulldogs, Pugs, Shih Tzus, Bostons) breathe better through nasal and soft palette correction.
Dr. Slough enjoys spending time with his family, organic gardening and occasional fishing. His home is shared with Pepper, a terrier mix, and 2 cats, Bob and Willie. Please do not hesitate to call us if Dr. Slough can be of assistance in any way!
Elizabeth Loter, DVM
As a general practitioner, Dr. Elizabeth Loter has cared for pets at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital since 2008. Before joining the Woodland Springs family, she practiced at bustling animal clinic in Cincinnati.
Originally from Corpus Christi, Texas, Dr. Loter received a diving scholarship to Henderson State University in Arkansas, from which she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology with a minor in chemistry in 1997. She furthered her education at the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine and was awarded her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. Her professional interests include clinical pathology, dermatology and soft-tissue surgery.
Dr. Loter is married and has two beautiful children. When she’s not working at Woodland Springs, you can find her reading paranormal fiction, running, swimming, diving or watching football.
Jennifer McCutchon, DVM
Dr. Jennifer McCutchon has been an associate veterinarian at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital since 2011. A native of Texas, she was born in Dallas, raised in Katy and pursed higher education in Lubbock.
Dr. McCutchon earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science form Texas Tech University in 2006. While she was at Texas Tech, she was involved in many agricultural organizations including the wool and meat judging teams. She furthered her education at Texas A&M University and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2011.
Dr. McCutchon is married and enjoys spending time with her husband and their cat, chinchilla and three mixed-breed dogs. When she’s not working at Woodland Springs, you can find her gardening, watching movies or cooking.
Lauren Carroll, DVM
Dr. Lauren Carroll was raised in Cleburne, Texas and chose to pursue higher education at Texas A&M University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science in 2012. She then went on to graduate Cum Laude with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M in 2016.
Dr. Carroll married her college sweetheart in 2012 and together they have rescued three furry children. Berkley is their Rough Coated Collie, Ellie is their Border Collie mix, and Levi is their cat.
Dr. Carroll enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but has a special interest in soft tissue surgery, cardiology, and emergency medicine. She is passionate about the bond between humans and their pets and looks forward to serving the Fort Worth area by joining the Woodland Springs team.
Eric Song, DVM, DVM
Dr. Song grew up in Austin, Texas where he enjoyed listening to live music, spending time on the lake, and of course, keeping it weird with family and friends. His passions for veterinary medicine and the outdoors led him to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science in 2013 and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2017 from Colorado State University before recently returning to Texas.
Dr. Song’s professional interests include cardiology, pain management, and client communication. He has a passion for educating and building personal connections with all clients, especially those who share a deep bond with their beloved animals.
When he is not serving you and your pet at Woodland Springs, he is most likely rock climbing with his girlfriend and their awesome pointer mix, Mulan.