San Antonio, TX – (210)-331-7100

Hours of Operation

Mondays – Fridays:  7 A.M. to 6 P.M.    Saturdays:  9 A.M. to 2 P.M.

Walk-ins Welcome!

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Our Practice

Our Facilities

We are proud of our state of the art diagnostic and surgery equipment enabling us to provide your pet with the best medical care available

Complete best of class IDEXX in-house laboratory

State of the art surgery and anesthesia monitoring

Cutting edge digital x-ray technology

Treatment tables for dental x-rays and cleaning
Our Doctors
Dr. Roque Gonzales
Doctor Gonzales completed his undergraduate at TAMU, and his DVM at Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon (UANL). He has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1981. Dr. Gonzales has been a member of the AVMA since 1980, and is also a member of the AAHA. In his spare time he enjoys playing guitar, and has played many venues around San Antonio. He is an avid reader, enjoys saltwater fishing and spending time with his wife.


Our Staff
Sarah Helm-Lead Technician
Sarah has eight years experience as a Veterinary Technician, six in small animal practice, and two in emergency medicine. Sarah recently graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with her masters degree in microbiology. She plans on applying to a dvm program, and hopes to eventually become a veterinarian herself.  She has one cat named BK, (Big Kitty) and one dog, Harley.
Casey Richardson-Technician
Casey grew up in southern California,and moved to San Antonio in 2007. Casey began working in the veterinary field in 2002.  She has a background in small animals, surgery, ophthalmology and emergency. Casey has six fuzzy babies. Two dogs, Joey and Lucy, and four cats, named Julius, Tank, Monster Kitty and Gremlin Kitty.
Amanda Jourden-Tecnician
Amanda grew up in New Braunfels, Texas, where she currently resides with her family.  Amanda has worked in veterinary industry since 2010.  When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with family, going to the movies, fishing and barbecuing.  She has four dogs, two cats two turtles, two tortoises, a pig, fish and a bearded dragon.
Pearl Chagolla-Technician
Growing up, Pearl had an interest in dentistry that soon turned into an interest in anatomy, especially that of animals. This is what set her on the path to become a veterinarian. She has animal handling experience, beginning with volunteer and shadowing positions at the San Antonio ACS. Pearl, a recent graduate of Texas A&M University,  is glad to be back home in San Antonio with her two senior dogs and two umbrella cockatoos.


Traci Athanas-Veterinary assistant
Traci is originally from South Padre Island, Texas. She recently moved to San Antonio, Texas to study becoming a veterinary assistant. Traci plans to further her career into becoming a veterinarian. She loves animals and enjoys being around them. When she isn’t working, she spends most of her free time with her black Swedish duck, Anezka.


Eve Davis-Groomer
Eve has been grooming animals for seven years, and adores it. She specializes in grooming “difficult” pets, who really just need a little extra patience and love. She enjoys earning their trust, and watching them grow. Eve has three amazing dogs and two beautiful birds, who are all her babies.



Brittany Munoz-Veterinary Assistant
Before moving to Texas, Brittany completed her bachelor’s degree at Chico State University in California.  She majored in Animal science with a minor in biological sciences.  Brittany’s ultimate dream is to become a veterinarian and a wildlife conservationist.  In the meantime, she is gathering experience in the Veterinary field. She hopes to attend Texas A&M veterinary school.  Brittany owns three loving cats, each with their own distinct personalities.   She is excited work with amazing animals and people.

David Doraei-Veterinary Assistant
David grew up in Iran, and moved to the United States when he was nine years old. He speaks Farsi, English and understands Arabic. David was always interested in animal medicine, and decided to make a career of it. He is currently a student at San Antonio College, with veterinary technology, AAS as his major. He is on his way to becoming a licensed veterinary technician.



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