Our team is passionate about pet care and dedicated to taking the absolute best care of your furry best friend.
Since she was a little girl, Veronica has been interested in the veterinary profession. As soon as she could start taking animal science classes, she dived right in! Now she gets to work with pets every day as a Kennel Technician at Bridgeway Animal Clinic.
During high school, Veronica discovered a program that would allow her to become a certified Veterinary Assistant before she even graduated. Of course, she jumped at the chance, learning all about biology, principles of agriculture, equine science, small animal management, and veterinary applications. In addition to her classroom studies, she completed 300 credit hours shadowing a veterinarian and received invaluable hands-on training.
Around the clinic, Veronica particularly likes jumping in to help out the doctors and technicians. Some of her favorite things to do include running urinalyses, bloodwork, and skin cytology tests. She also loves talking with clients and getting to hear stories about their personal relationships with their pets.
Like any animal lover, Veronica has a few pets of her own at home. Mayko is a sweet lab who loves napping and cuddling, and Jasmine the cat likes to spend hours playing fetch with hair ties.
Tallecia used to work in a feed store and realized she was selling deworming and medical products for illnesses she didn’t fully understand herself. She ended up studying veterinary technology to have her questions answered! Now Tallecia cares for pets every day as a Veterinary Technician.
Originally from Magnolia, Tallecia attended Lone Star College-Tomball to earn her degree in veterinary technology. Here at the clinic, she’s particularly fond of performing blood draws and examining pathogen samples under the microscope.
Tallecia lives in Hockley with her two pets, Simon and Maddie. When she isn’t spending time with them or tending to the needs of the area’s pets here at the hospital, Tallecia enjoys growing tadpoles and making her own jewelry—she’s even sold some of her pieces!
Receptionist, Kennel Technician
Raised on a cattle farm in Douglas County, Missouri, Casey has had a passion for animal care ever since she was a little girl. She remembers feeding calves from a bottle when she was very young, and knows that these early experiences left a permanent impression on her! Now, Casey is a full-time veterinary receptionist and kennel technician.
Casey worked in the retail industry for several years before starting her journey in veterinary medicine but always sensed that something was missing. As soon as she began her career with Lake Conroe Veterinarians, the puzzle felt complete! Casey particularly enjoys greeting clients and their pets at the front desk and loves jumping in to help out her fellow staff members when needed.
In her time away from the clinic, Casey enjoys fishing, hunting, riding four-wheelers, and horseback riding, which she’s been fond of since she was young. She lives with her husband and their two lovable dogs, Diesel and Zoey.
Tiffany had pets as small as hamsters and as large as horses while she was growing up, and her family rescued everything from kittens and squirrels to possums and raccoons. It wasn’t hard for her to develop a passion for animal care early on! Tiffany feels fortunate and incredibly proud to serve pets and animal owners daily as a Veterinary Technician.
Tiffany started her veterinary journey by signing on as a Kennel Technician at another veterinary clinic in 2009. It was there that she began on-the-job training as a Veterinary Technician, and she quickly realized that she had found her true calling! Tiffany joined the Lake Conroe Veterinarians organization in the fall of 2016 and has special interests in surgical work and client education. Developing lasting relationships with the area’s pet owners is one of her favorite parts of the job.
Tiffany and her husband live with their son and daughter, four loveable dogs, and a pair of cats. As a family, they enjoy swimming, taking the dogs to the park, and boating, fishing, and tubing on the water.
Tara’s family always kept animals when she was growing up, and she grew accustomed to pets being a part of her life. Now Tara gets to help pets and their family members every day as a veterinary receptionist!
Tara is originally from Hot Springs, Arkansas, and her animal care career began when she volunteered at a local veterinary clinic. Her positive experiences there inspired her to apply with the Lake Conroe Veterinarians company. Tara particularly enjoys being the direct liaison between pets, their owners, and the hospital staff—she strives to care for every pet as if they were her own!
Currently, Tara is studying to become a dental hygienist. When she has a spare moment between her busy work and school schedule, she enjoys working out and spending time with her cat, Boots.