Dr. Annetrea Cassens
Annetrea Cassens grew up in Fort Worth, Texas with a passion for animals. At age 12 she received the first Junior Volunteer of the year award for her >750 hours of service for the Humane Society of North Texas.
Dr. Cassens Graduated with honors from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007, followed by a prestigious 1-year rotational internship in Redding, California.
Dr. Cassens moved home to Texas in 2010 where she has been raising kids and veggies with her husband Brent. In addition to the humans in the house, Dr. Cassens has her faithful friends AJ, Weavens the cat, Godzilla, Azule, and a host of other geckos. Did we mention the Fish? Dr. Cassens loves aquariums and has Guppies, tetras, and more.
Dr. Colleen Garza
Dr. Colleen Garza graduated from Texas A&M University in 2006 with degrees of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Bachelor of Veterinary Science. After graduation, she treated animals on a variety of species from big to small in a mixed animal practice in the Midland Odessa area. In 2010, she moved back to her hometown of Austin where she has focused exclusively on her love of small animal practice. Her professional interests include a passion for ultrasound and cardiology. Dr. Garza is certified in Veterinary CPR and Advanced Life Support. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband Matias, and their two young daughters. They share their home with their sweet and loyal Rottie mix dog Canady and smart cat Willow.
From Dr. Garza:
“I hope you and your pet feel like the center of the world at each visit. I am here to help you make the best medical decisions for your pet. I will give you the facts in a simple and clear manner and am available to answer all your questions. I focus on techniques like gentle handling and offering treats and kind words to help each dog or cat feel at ease when they come to visit.”
Brenda Ramos, CVA
Camila Padilla, CVA
Gloria Sabado, CVA
Taylor Pflug, CVA
Janella Dedo, LVT
Sara Hoovesool, LVT
Litzy Acosta, CVA Intern