Dr. Wight is a graduate from Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine (2005) with a passion for helping animals live better lives. While demonstrating her love for animals of all shapes and sizes by obtaining her MS in Equine Reproductive Physiology at A&M, and working in mixed private clinics post graduation, she has found she makes the biggest impact in small-animal practice. Before co-founding this organization she practiced at high volume spay/neuter programs throughout Texas. She resides in Weatherford with her 2 children, Grace & Jack.
Amanda has been a veterinary technician in the DFW area for over 10 years. Her knowledge and experience in working with dogs and cats makes her an outstanding asset to our team. Previously, Amanda worked at high-volume spay/neuter programs around Dallas as well as a full service private practice. She lives in Hickory Creek with her boyfriend & 2 children, Teagan & Gavin.
Carrie's love for animals started at a young age when she pointed and said her first word, "dog". From grabbing turtles off busy roads, nursing injured rats, or picking up dogs stranded on the highway- her need to help innocent animals has been growing ever since. Having not grown up with dogs, she is making up for lost time by rehabilitating, fostering, and transporting any animal that needs her. Carrie has 10 years experience with Fire & EMS, and now assists in surgery and exams with Dr. Wight. She lives with her husband and a large revolving door or seniors, special needs, and hospice dogs.
Sarah officially started working with animals in 2018 and fell in love with the animal healthcare industry. She previously worked for a busy small animal practice in NE Houston. Sarah manages our reception area and social media accounts. She is happy to schedule your appointments, answer questions about our protocols, and make sure you leave with everything you need each and every time you visit us. She currently lives in Fort Worth with her son, Kane.
Breanna is our current student intern at the clinic. She is majoring in Zoology with hopes to become a wildlife conservationist and rehabilitation specialist. Her first trip into the clinic was with her own newly adopted Arlington Shelter dog, "Belle", who needed life-saving heartworm treatment. She decided then, that she wanted to learn as much about veterinary medicine as possible and expand her knowledge across as variety of species. You'll see Breanna assisting our technicians and maintaining our patient areas to the highest standard.