Shannon joined the team at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital in 2010. As Practice Manager, she strives to lead the team and ensure excellence in patient care and customer service. She has been in the veterinary field for more than 15 years, and prior to WSVH, she managed a large, small-animal hospital and canine rehabilitation center in Flower Mound. She has been a member of the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association since 2009 and received her certification in Veterinary Practice Administration from the Veterinary Management Institute at Purdue University in 2012. She enjoys spending time with her family, is an admitted football “junkie” and shares her home with a young cat named Stanley who is an Internet sensation! Shannon loves working in the veterinary field, especially meeting new people and their wonderful pets.
Lynette has been a part of the Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital family since its inception in 2007 and is in charge of all the hospital’s financial aspects. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science and post-graduate work in reproduction, Lynette has been a part of the veterinary field for more than 40 years. She is especially proud of the high-quality medicine, excellent staff and compassionate doctors that comprise the backbone of Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital.
Lynette’s interest in animals extends to hobbies, which include breeding and showing Lhasa Apsos, Birman cats and pygmy goats. She is an active member of the American Lhasa Apso Club, the National Birman Fanciers and the National Pygmy Goat Association. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Joe, their four daughters and nine grandchildren. Lynette and Joe are avid baseball and Texas Rangers fans and enjoy visiting numerous baseball parks.
Stacy joined the team here at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital in 2012 and is very pleased to work at our facility and alongside our veterinarians. She is the hospital’s head technician, and one of our licensed veterinary technicians (LVT), a title she earned from her education at Cedar Valley College. She is married and enjoys spending time golfing and bowling with her husband. They share their home with two dogs and four cats, all of which are rescues. She has always had a soft spot in her heart for our four-legged friends and looks forward to many years of loving and taking care of them.
Diane has been a member of staff here at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital since 2011 but has worked in the veterinary field since 1989. She graduated from Cedar Valley College’s Veterinary Technician program and passed both State and National Board Exams in 1995 and is one of our Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVT). Before coming to Woodland Springs, Diane worked with Dr. Slough at another veterinary clinic and is very pleased to be working with him again. She says, “It is a true pleasure to be a part of the entire team at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital – a really great group of compassionate people.”
Diane has three dogs, Dixie, Brandy, and Oliver, and three cats: Piston, Mopar, and Oreo. Outside of work, she likes to partake in any outdoor activity, especially if it is in Colorado. Her dogs go everywhere with her, and they love camping.
Kara is a licensed veterinary technician (LVT) and began her career in veterinary medicine in 2001. She was the head veterinary technician at a pet hospital in Southlake for five years but took a break from our industry to be a full-time mom for five years, and she loved every moment of it. Feeling the need to fulfill her second love of helping animals, Kara joined the team at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital in 2012. When she is not at work, you can find her playing games with her family, going on bike rides or playing with the family dog, Frenchie.
Kara is excited and honored to work with such a knowledgeable, caring group of veterinarians and staff at Woodland Springs and enjoys helping our clients and their pets.
Kim has always had a love for animals and has been working in the veterinary field since 2003. She joined the Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital team as a Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVT) in 2012, and has a true passion for working with animals.
Kim lives with her 2-year-old daughter, Ashlynne, and their four pets: Lexus, a Golden Retriever/Collie mix; Cruze, a Chihuahua; and Zeplin and Lord Cream Puff, 2 new kittens. Kim is currently attending Tarrant County Community College getting her prerequisites for a Nursing Degree and hopes to attend TCU in 2016 as a part of their Nursing Program. If Kim is not at work you can find her doing outdoor activities or spending quality time with her daughter, Ashlynne.
Kali has worked with animals since 2009 and joined the family here at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital in February 2011. She was promoted to Veterinary Assistant in 2012, Boarding Manager in 2013, and even fills in as a receptionist from time to time. Kali’s caring personality and level of knowledge have made her a popular person among our clients, and is a true asset to the entire team at WSVH! While not working, Kali is persuing her LVT through Cedar Valley College.
Kali has a twin sister who is also in the animal care field, and they enjoy shopping, movies, baking and arts and crafts. Kali shares her home with her 3-legged rescued Lab Mix, Faith, Chihuahua, Nugget, Dachshund, Diesel, and her three cats, Chuy, Chester, and Charlie. She particularly enjoys taking Faith, Nugget, and Diesel to play at the dog park.
Paige grew up in a small town in Kansas and just recently moved to the great state of Texas in March 2015. She participated in cheerleading at Kansas State University and graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science from the College of Agriculture. Paige has been in the veterinary industry for 6 years and has prior experience as an emergency technician and spent some time at an equine hospital. Her joy in life away from Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital is riding and training horses. She has 2 spoiled house cats, Cowboy and Monster, and a horse named Salty.
Mallory has worked with animals since 2012, and joined the family here at Woodland Spring Veterinary Hospital in June of 2014 as an Animal Care Attendant. She was promoted to Veterinary Assistant in January of 2015, and has built some great relationships with our clients and patients along the way! When Mallory is not working, she attends school at Tarrant County Commuity College. She also has 3 dogs at home, Woodrow a Brindle Great Dane, Earl a Harlequin Great Dane, and Baxter a Great Pyrenees Mix. Mallory is proud to be a part of such a hard-working group of people who are equally passionate about animals and their health.
Animal Care Attendants
Scott has been a member of staff here at Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital since 2014, and has worked in the animal care field since 2012. He takes care of our boarding animals, but always works very close with our Technicians as a Technician Assistant. Scott grew up with a love for animals and desire to care for them. Beginning his employment with WSVH was hi opportunity to pursue that dream. We are very thankful to have such a caring individual on our team!
Danielle has been an Animal Care Attendant at Woodland Springs since 2015. She loves working with our knowledgeable, compassionate staff and getting to know our wonderful boarding pets. Danielle is from New Hampshire and now lives with her family in Fort Worth, Texas. She adopted her Doberman-Pincher mix, Colonel, from the Humane Society in North Carolina. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with Colonel and her family’s two other dogs, Tucker and Maeble.
Jason joined Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital in 2015 as an Animal Care Attendant. His passion for animals and their well-being is apparent in all of his dealings with our patients and clients. We are very happy to have Jason as part of our team.
Kat has been working with animals since 2013 and joined the team at Woodland Springs in 2015 as an Animal Care Attendant. She has proven herself to be so helpful to our Technicians that she was recently moved to Technician Assistant position. When Kat is not working, she is going to school full time at Tarrant County Community College. Kat had two dogs at home, Izzy, a fawn pug, and Nemo, a white Siberian Husky Mix.
Kristin the Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital family in 2014. She says she loves working with such a compassionate staff that strives to promote healthy pets through highly educated owners.
She has a precious Miniature American Eskimo named Jonas and a loving adopted cat named Frank McKitty Biscuits. She recently rescued a kitten named Crawford Crash, and introduced a Flemish Giant rabbit named Rufus to the mix! In her free time, Kristin enjoys spending time with her fur babies, going to concerts and skydiving.
Brandi came to WSVH in October 2014 with 3 years emergency Veterinary Care experience. She is dedicated to providing a safe and professional environment for pets and their owners. She holds the doctors and staff at WSVH in very high regard because she sees on a daily basis how every animal’s care is designed to fit their particular situation and needs.
From barrel racing her horse at 7 years old to Roxi who is her 6 ½ year old Chihuahua, her love for animals has been a lifelong addiction of animals big and small. When not working she enjoys making memories with her family…especially her Grandfather (Poppy), her niece (Regan), and two nephews (Connor and Logan). She also enjoys vacations, snow skiing, sky diving, feeding ducks at the lake, concerts, and going to the dog park.
Abby joined the team at WSVH in April of 2015. This is her first job in the veterinary field, but she has been working with animals for the past three years. She has two (very spoiled) Brittany Spaniels at home: Finnegan and Raffery, two parakeets: Handsome and Mr. Blue, and lots of goldfish.
She loves taking her two dogs to the park, baking, and spending time with her family. She loves all types of animals, and loves that she has the opportunity to work with such a compassionate team that treats every pet as if it were their own.
Vera joined the Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital family in 2015 but has been working with animals since 2009. She is proud to work at a clinic with such high standards of care, and with staff that genuinely care for every animal that comes in. When Vera’s not working she is in school at Texas Woman’s University pursuing a double major in both nutrition wellness and food nutrition business and industry. She plans to continue her education in food science and epidemiology. You can also often find her around town volunteering with many different food pantry organizations. Vera just adopted 2 kittens, and plans on having a big yard in the future for rescues.