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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. Kayla Wafful
Chief of Staff DVM
Before joining My Pet’s Vet Hospital, Dr. Wafful worked for Banfield at Bandera Pointe in San Antonio. She has a DVM from Iowa State University and a BS in biochemistry from Hillsdale College – located in her home state of Michigan. On her days off, Dr. Wafful loves riding her 3 horses, Cali, Boots, and Tux which she competes in 3-day eventing. She also has 3 cats that she adores. Dr. Wafful is excited to join the team at My Pet’s Vet Hospital!
Our Staff
Sandy Hazlett
Sandy has been a small animal technician for over 20 years. She loves working with the people and they’re wonderful fur babies. She has four fur babies of her own- Malibu, Bait, Lady and Puss N Boots the cat. She also have two feathered family members Jasper, a yellow umbrella cockatoo, and Gordo an African gray. When she is not at work she loves spending time with her family. She has been happily married to her husband Trace over 25 years and has one beautiful daughter Kelly.
Ashley Boden
Ashley grew up in Grand Junction, Colorado before moving to Texas in 2009. She worked for several years in human medicine before realizing that her true passion is veterinary medicine. She has worked in both general and emergency medicine and is excited to bring her skills from those jobs to My Pet’s Vet Hospital. Ashley is the proud dog mommy of two adorable dogs that light up her life. Ashley is excited to join the team at My Pet’s Vet Hospital. She doesn’t consider her job “work” when she gets to spend all day with the animals she loves.
Sarah Helm
Sarah has 8 years of experience as a veterinary technician, 6 in small animal practice and 2 in emergency medicine. Sarah recently graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with her master’s 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 two dogs named “Harley” and “Guinness”.

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