Tamie Hunt, DVM, CVA
Judy earned a Bachelor's Degree from Texas State University in Animal Science. Having a life long passion for animals, she has dedicated over 20 years to the veterinary field. She has worked in practically every aspect of the field from kennel help to practice manager. Judy enjoys spending time with family, and sharing her love for animals with her nephews and niece by teaching them the importance of pet care
Rachel earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Texas State University in Animal Science and is currently taking classes to get her vet tech license. Rachel has been a veterinary technician since 2007, is very passionate for animals and has recently started her own pet sitting business. Rachel has 3 cats: Tigger, Sylvester, Milo and 2 dogs: a miniature dachshund Sprinkles and a beagle/dachshund mix Gizmo. Rachel enjoys spending time with her son Logan and rooting for the San Antonio Spurs.
Our van is a 23 foot 2016 Mercedes Sprinter 3500 van with a veterinary conversion. It has a 6 cylinder 188HP turbocharged diesel engine and an auxiliary Onan 8000 Quiet Diesel Commercial generator to power our equipment and appliances, including a 15,000 BTU air conditioner.
Inside, we have a hydraulic exam table, a digital pet scale, a Norcold 2.7 cubic foot AC/DC refrigerator, a commercial central vacuum system, a pet recovery compartment, and interior LED lighting. It is also equipped with blood chemistry machines, cold laser, microscope and a pharmacy.
We hope to add anesthesia for dental cleanings in the very near future.
Judy, Veterinarian Assistant
M & Th : 10am - 7pm
Tu, W & F : 8am - 5pm
Saturday : 9am - 2pm
Rachel, Veterinarian Assistant
Tamie Hunt had the pleasure of graduating from the 2 best universities in Texas; The University of Texas, and Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has a strong interest in wellness, internal medicine, feline medicine and geriatrics. In starting this mobile veterinary business, she hopes to decrease the stress of veterinary visits by allowing the pet to remain in the comfort of their own home. This can be especially helpful for cats who become stressed just going for a car ride. She is certified in veterinary acupuncture to supplement her treatment options. She is a member of American Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, American Associate of Feline Practitioners.