Technician SupervisorMegan L.
Meg joined our team in January of 2008 after wrapping up a six-year career in the recruiting industry. A life-long lover of all animals, she is thrilled to have the opportunity to care for your pets under the direction of the exceedingly kind, passionate and knowledgeable doctors and staff of VCA. Meg is currently completing a bachelor of science degree in biology at TCC/UTA, and anticipates attending vet school thereafter. While school and work demand much of her time and attention, she derives great satisfaction from spending every moment possible with the menagerie of furry friends she calls family: dog Dahlia, cats Gamgee and Zarine, and horse Tess.
Holly joined our team in April of 2009. She graduated from Texas A&M University in 2007 with a Biomedical Science degree. From there she moved to Austin where she worked in a veterinary clinic as a vet tech for 2 years. After that Holly decided to move back up to the metroplex to be closer to family. Holly enjoys working with a larger staff, and being able to learn from each one of them. When she is not working or spending time with family, she enjoys taking her border collie, Bear, to the dog park for some good excerise!
Christian joined our team in April of 2011. She has spent years working with horses, most recently as a riding instructor. She loves all animals, and enjoys being around them on a daily basis. Christian owns two dogs, Scout and Tucker, a cat named Fancy, and two horses, Rocky and Flirt. Her dream is to have a ranch that pairs horses with disabled children.
Amanda joined our team in January of 2011. Born and raised in the DFW area, she completed her degree in Animal Science at Tarleton University in 2009. Amanda would like to someday work as a nurse manager at an equine emergency hospital. She has three pets - a shepherd mix named Aleutian, a Blue Heeler mix named Apache and a horse named Twinkle. In her spare time, she enjoys horseback riding, camping, and many other outdoor activities.
Lauren joined our team in July of 2011. She has been working with animals all her life, beginning with the Future Farmers of America, where she was VP and Treasurer of her local chapter. Lauren has also worked for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. She has three pets - a cat named Spartacus, and two dogs - Rio, a german shorthaired pointer, and Annie, a chocolate lab. Lauren is currently attending school and aspires to be an equine vet.