Brigette joined Travis Country Veterinary Hospital in 2016 from Midland, Texas with past experience as both a veterinary technician and a phlebotomist. She hit the ground running and became a TCVH family member immediately. She is a skilled and thorough technician with an extensive knowledge of veterinary medicine and procedures. She lives in Austin with her boyfriend, her three cats Monster, Morgan and Moka, and her snake Bruce. She enjoys video gaming and drawing as well as being outdoors.
Travis Country Veterinary Hospital’s experienced support staff strive to provide personalized, compassionate care for our patients and clients alike.
Stephanie has been with Travis Country Veterinary Hospital since 2011. Currently, she generates reams of paperwork and reviews numbers with a magnifying glass, but still gets to cuddle dogs and cats. She lives in Austin with her daughter and her dog Cosette.
Earyn keeps our clinic running smoothly on a daily basis! Without her answering phones, checking patients in and out, and filling prescriptions, the lobby would descend into chaos and anarchy. Got questions? Earyn can answer them! Your furry friend needs medical attention? Earyn can get you in! With a background in veterinary medicine, she is our amazing front line. She lives in Austin with her two children, her boyfriend and her two dogs.
Lead Veterinary Technician
Stephanie loves animals, baseball, and Disney! She came to Travis Country Veterinary Hospital as a technology student and has grown into a talented technician with a wealth of medical knowledge and clinical expertise. Able to handle anything we throw at her with calm aplomb, Stephanie is a favorite of clients and pets alike. She likes to spend time with her family, her dogs Lucy and Rodeo, and her cats Sweeney Todd, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Harley Quinn and Annabelle. Sports photography is one of her favorite pastimes.
Roel became a technician with TCVH in 2017, where he is quickly establishing himself as a valuable member of the team. Having worked with primates in the past, has no trouble with the dogs and cats we see every day. He recently relocated from San Antonio to Austin, where he lives with his wife, two children, and his dog, Lucy. He loves to fish and is currently in school to become a Texas Game Warden.
Renee was born and raised in California, and loves animals of all kinds. In 2015 she graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. She moved to Texas on New Year’s Day in 2017, and lives here with her two cats Gracie and Ranger. She loves Texas food and likes to read and watch movies.
Brittany has been with Travis Country Veterinary Hospital on and off since 2007. She’s here full-time after graduating from Texas A&M with a BS in Biomedical Sciences. On weekends, she plays for the community Quidditch team, Lone Star Quidditch Club.
Brittany lives in Austin with her boyfriend and two cats, Cherokee and Erie.
Jennifer joined the Travis Country team with over 16 years in the veterinary field, and has brought tons of experience to the table. She also has a background in psychology and pharmaceuticals. When Jennifer is not working at TCVH, she spends her time volunteering with Diamond Dachshund Rescue of Texas, traveling with her fiancé Chris, hosting dinners and gatherings for friends and family, and surrounded by her fur children. She's the momma to 3 dachshunds: Don Vito, Elle Bea and Stevie Ray, her foster pup Merle, and a Staffordshire terrier named Gizmo.
Our clinic is clean because of Kelly! Currently in school to earn her degree in Veterinary Technology, Kelly spends her time at the clinic caring for our boarding and hospitalized patients, as well as making sure our clinic is as clean as can be. She recently added Holly, a Pitbull mix puppy to her family, and spends her time outside of work reading, drawing, gardening and baking. She also speaks a bit of Spanish, and has proven to be a wonderful addition to the TCVH family.
Clinic Cat, Inventor, Entrepreneur, and Consultant
Scooby has been a resident of the clinic and respected member of the TCVH team for approximately ten years. During that time, he has not only stricken fear into the hearts of everyone around him, but has also perfected the art of subterfuge, has designed and constructed a Submission Ray, and acted as a consultant to Elon Musk during the launch of the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) in 2015. Although he is modest about his impressive accomplishments and somewhat secretive about his future plans, he does admit to being in discussions with NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston regarding the next step in American space exploration. In his spare time, he enjoys curating his exotic catnip collection and sleeping on keyboards.