San Antonio Pet Grooming & Boarding

  • Kennel Assistant

    Eric B

    Eric joined our VCA family in the winter of 2014, bringing with him a deep passion for working with animals. It was this desire that brought him to explore the veterinary field, and he describes his time spend working with patients as "very therapeutic". Although he enjoys working with all kinds of pets, Eric has a special interest in caring for animals who have been the victims of abusive situations. He aspires to one day devote his time to rescuing fosters from shelters, and training them to be service dogs. 


  • Kennel Assistant

    Gracie N.

    Gracie has been with VCA Leon Springs since Spring of 2014. She joined our practice afer moving to San Antonio from San Francisco. She is currently a junior at UTSA studying psychology with a pre-veterinary medicine emphasis. One day, she aspires to become a veterinarian and to help as many animals as she can. Gracie is the proud pet-parent of two miniature poodles, Sparky and Lucky. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, playing tennis and having fun with her pups!


  • Kennel Assistant

    Chris O.

    Chris is best known for his people skills, customer service and his genuine kindness to animals. Chris shows his admiration and respect for clients, their pets and his peers by striving to go above and beyond to do more than simply what is required. His easy going nature, team building experience, friendliness and sense of humor make him a standout member of the VCA Leon Springs team! Animals have always been a passion throughout his life, and his clinical skills have continued to grow through both college classes and experience here at the hospital. Between college life, work and family, Chris finds time to socialize with friends and enjoys working out at the gym.


  • Kennel Assistant

    Pat S

    Pat moved to San Antonio and joined our kennel technician team in 2014. With work experience as a veterinary groomer from a previous position, she brings an extra warm and caring attitude to our hospital. "I absolutely love to learn" says Pat. "It keeps one young!" She considers herself neither a dog, nor a cat person...but instead likes to call herself simply an animal lover. Pat has several pets of her own, including five dogs and one cat. 

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