Love is the Reason We’re Here
Our veterinary technicians and customer service representatives care and love for every animal that walk through the door of the clinic. They live by our standards of care and are eager to learn more so they can do everything they can for the fur babies that they take care of. Great communication and gentle handling are only a few of the qualities that our amazing staff exemplifies.
Kim has been a veterinary technician for many years. She had her first job as a kennel tech after school at the age of 12 in Cheyenne, Wyo. She worked as a kennel/tech all through high school and always had a passion for helping animals. She took a couple years off when her children were young but has been an active veterinary technician for the last 11 years. All together she has 17 years of experience. She has a large family that includes 6 children and lots of critters. Her ultimate goal in life is to live each day to its fullest because tomorrow is never guaranteed.
“Once you’ve accepted your flaws, no one can use them against you.”
― George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones
Head veterinary technician
Bio coming soon.
Brenda started working at Brazos Bend Animal Hospital in September 2017. Brenda graduated from B.F Terry High School in 2018 . She hopes to continue her education in the veterinary field and become a registered Vet Tech. She loves caring for so many animals including her Dachshund mix name Coketa. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family and boyfriend.
Customer Service Representatives
Mandy started with our hospital in October of 2012. She is a client service coordinator/inventory technician who enjoys all animals and working with clients. She has eight cats of her own, Penny, Pj, Oppossum, Meeko, Duke, Baby Cat, Bean, and Homer. She also has two Standard Poodles, Mordy and Leila. Mandy enjoys spending time with her family in her spare time and working on photography.
Skylar started working at Brazos bend Animal Hospital in December of 2017. She has a passion for helping clients and providing the best care possible for their fur-babies. Skylar is currently attending the University of Houston to obtain a B.S. in Kinesiology with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies. She plans to complete her alternative certification to become a teacher once graduating in December 2018. Skylar has a few fur-babies with her boyfriend Stevie. They have a Belgium Malinois named Justice, and two sugar gliders named Kermit and Nelson.