Meet the Team

Dr. Vijay Gudipally

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Office Manager

Sharon prefers to be called MsFixIt or The Cat Wrangler. She thinks the best part of her job is helping others, whether it is resolving issues or assisting with the animals. Married with older children, she is also meowmy to 5 cats of her own, and she and her husband foster cats with Austin Siamese Rescue.

Lead Veterinary Technician

Dru was born in west Texas but grew up in Austin. She has been in the veterinary field for 5 years now. She has always had a passion for animals. When she was a kid, she had five dogs, four of which were pugs. Today, she has only one pug, a husky mix, and a corgi mix. Drucilla spends her free time reading, playing games, and taking photos of her dogs. Her passion for animals had grown over the years while working in the veterinary world and continues to do so daily.

Veterinary Technician

Viviana has been working at Pflugerville Animal Hospital for 4 years. She likes all types of animals, especially cats: though she likes working with dogs, she is a bit allergic to them. She works hard and cares deeply about the patients that come in, and will do everything in her power to make them feel at home. In her future she hopes to be able to work in an environment where she can learn about many types of creatures. But, for now, in her free time Viviana likes to read and travel to all different types of places.

Veterinary Technician

After 30 years of print journalism in Louisiana and Florida, Dennis decided it was time for a change. He moved to Austin with his wife of 15 years, Lisa, and three dogs to Pflugerville in 2012 and entered the Austin Community College Veterinary Tech program two years later. He has been with Pflugerville Animal Hospital since April 2018 and enjoys seeing positive results with the animals we treat. He enjoys hiking with his two trail dogs, Maggie and Blue, and spending time with his grand-kids.

Veterinary technician

Tabetha grew up moving around Texas. She has always known of animals as family and nothing else. Her favorite part of working with animals is seeing the ones who come in sick go home healthy. Her goal is to get her DVM and help as many animals in her lifetime that she can. She spends her free time outside with her dogs and finding new places to go.

Lead Receptionist

Marla has been working in the vet field for about 25 years. She and her husband and have been married for 32 years and have a married adult daughter. They have lived in this area for about 10 years and have 2 German Shepherds, Ava (6 years) and Gretchen (5 years) which they adopted through GSR. They also have 3 indoor cats that have been added here and there. Jack (17 years), Hook (16 years), and Wend (11 years). Her free time is typically used for doing things around the house or spending time visiting her daughter and son-in-law.


Alexa has been living in Austin for about 3 years and has been married to her high school sweetheart for 3 years now. They have 4 beautiful pets that they absolutely love and that is why she loves working in this field. In their free time, they love to watch movies and hang out with family and friends.

Dr. David Allman
DVM Outside Referral Specialist

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Kennel Technician

Teresa lives with her 9-year-old white piebald dachshund Jackson and 4 other dogs. She’s lived in Pflugerville for 5 years and has worked at Pflugerville animal hospital for 1 ½ year. She enjoys reading, watching tv, and going to the movies.