Dr. Elizabeth Loter tends to pets in her office at Texas A & M Veterinary Medical Center in Austin, Texas. She earned her PhD in veterinary medicine in 2001 and continued her education at Texas State University, where she earned a Master's degree in veterinary science in 2004 and a Bachelor's degree in animal health in 2006. In 2016 she went to the University of Texas at San Antonio and then to TexasA + M for her PhD.
Originally from Corpus Christi, Texas, Dr. Loter earned her bachelor's degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from Henderson State University in Arkansas in 1997 and her master's degree in veterinary medicine from Texas A & M. During her time at Texas Tech, she was involved in many agricultural organizations, including the wool and meat evaluation teams. He has worked in various animal care facilities throughout the state of Texas with his wife, Shaina, who works at Head Start during the day and as a veterinary technician at night and weekends.
Dr McCutchon is married and enjoys spending time with his wife Shaina and their two young children. When not working for the pets in Woodland Springs, he is a member of the Texas A & M Veterinary Medical Society and also climbs rocks in the mountains of Texas. You can find it on the top of Mt. Rainier, the highest peak in Texas, but when it's not there, you can find it on the slopes of Mount Baldy or on a mountain bike tour in Fort Bend County.
He is passionate about connecting people with their pets and looks forward to serving the Fort Worth area by joining the Woodland Springs team. Kylee Kynslee is in hospital most days, but don't be surprised if she greets you at the door or reception. When she's not working in Woodlands Springs, she can be seen reading paranormal novels or watching football.
Dr. Kyle Bostick, chief of staff, was born in Big Spring, Texas, and grew up with urban sprawl. After college, he continued to work as a veterinarian whenever time allowed at home. His passion for veterinary medicine and nature led him to Colorado State University, where he earned his B.A. in veterinary medicine and recently returned to Texas. Soon, he was spending every spare minute working at Woodland Springs Veterinary Medical Center in Woodlands Springs, Texas.
Later that year he married his amazing wife Shaina and they moved to Crockett, Texas to start a life as a rural mongrel vet. He then moved to Texas and continued to practice veterinary medicine at Woodland Springs Veterinary Medical Center in Woodlands Springs. When it was time for him to advertise, God offered him the opportunity to return. I could write a book about his time in rural Texas, from the Texas Panhandle to the Rio Grande Valley, but I love my time in Crocksett.
My heart was never in College Station, where we met and wanted to start a family, but in Crockett, Texas.
Dr. Bostick is also a member of the College Station Rotary Club and is proud of the great service they provide not only to the community but to the world. His interest in animal husbandry dates back to his childhood, when he spent a lot of time at his grandparents "farm in Roscoe Marshall. He has a passion for educating and building relationships with animals, especially those who share a deep bond with their beloved animals. We are happy to be members of Wellborn Baptist Church, participate in VBS and are active Sunday School leaders.
When asked in the third grade, he always said he wanted to be a vet when he was big, saying, "When I'm big, I'm a vet. The quest for this dream began when Dr. Bostick began to raise show cattle on his family's 30 hectares in Leander, became very active in the FFA and took a job as a family veterinarian in Austin. In May 2005, when he graduated from the University of Texas at College Station Veterinary Medical School in Austin, BOSTick realized his childhood dream.
Dr. Lauren Carroll was born and raised in Cleburne, Texas, and chose to pursue higher education at Texas A & M University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science in 2012. Dr. Slough attended Oklahoma State University and earned her bachelor's degree in animal science from the University of Oklahoma in 1996 and her doctorate in veterinary medicine in 2000. The Texan-born actress grew up in Lubbock and Katy, where she received her higher education.