Dr. Veronica Flores
Dr. Flores grew up in the coastal town of Watsonville, California and was active in the 4H program. Showing her dog, rabbits, lambs, pigs, and horse sparked her love of animals and passion for their care!Veronica attended the University of California Davis to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. After graduation, she worked in the biomedical industry for a summer, then traveled to New Zealand and Australia in work-study programs. Upon returning to the States, she attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in the Caribbean for her DVM, then completed her clinical year at Oklahoma State University before settling in Texas with her husband.Dr. Flores’s professional interests include pet wellness, reproduction, and production health medicine. She also likes the educational process and sharing her knowledge with families. Veronica says she loves interacting with pet owners—a different breed in and of themselves! At home, Dr. Flores lives with her husband Travis and many pets. They have Rose a miniature dachshund, Hawkeye a Golden Retriver cross and three cats: Stimpy, Remmie, and Bailey. Dr. Flores also has five horses: Dusty, Meredith, Maverick, Tizzy, and Sonny, as well as Mortimer the 20-pound tortoise and Bill and Wanda the ducks.In her spare time, Dr. Flores raises chickens, goes hunting with her husband, and also enjoys barrel racing with her horses.
Rachel has been with the clinic since it first opened in October 2014. She has lived in Mineral Wells for several years with her husband and three girls. Besides working at the clinic, Rachel coaches basketball, runs her girls to various tournaments and rescues Labrador Retrievers. Ever the busy woman Rachel makes time for everyone in her life and still manages to keep the office rolling smoothly!
Lacey has been with the clinic nearly since it was opened in 2014. Lacey lives in Gordon with her husband and daughter. Her hobbies include, raising Red Brahman cattle, roping and spending time with her family. Lacey loves that being a veterinary technician means no day is ever the same, but she enjoys the cattle work the most!