Meet the Team
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.
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.
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.
Cindy was born and raised in Austin currently resides in Georgetown. She has been in the veterinary field for little 2 years now. She has 2 dogs (Koda – Weimaraner Pit Mix, Ruby – Jack Russell Mix). In her free time, she loves going out with her friends and spending time at home with her dogs.
Ben is a college student working towards being a Veterinarian. He has 3 dogs and 1 cat. Ben has been in the veterinary field for a little over a year.
She has always had a huge passion for animals, she was born in central Oklahoma and moved to Austin when she was 14, a year later she began volunteering at a local animal shelter where she learned that her goal in life is to help animals. Miranda has 10 fish (and counting) and 3 furry babies, Ivy, a Catahoula mix, Nikolai, an American Akita, and Benny, a Domestic long hair!
Linda was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She moved to Texas after her husband retired from the Marine Corps. She has 6 beautiful children and a Husky, named Nanook. With over 20 years of customer service experience, Linda proudly works as a receptionist at Pflugerville Animal Hospital.
Gaby has been living in Texas for 21 years and has loved every moment of it. Ever since she was a toddler, she’s known she’s wanted to work with animals and has been working with pets for a little over a year and a half and is continuing to learn more and grow in the veterinary field. In her free time, she enjoys cuddles and movie time with her fiancé and two chihuahuas, Honey and Suki.
Angel was born in San Antonio, Texas. Grew up in Hutto, Texas. She graduated high school with her associate’s degree and then went Tarleton State University for her undergraduate degree. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Her first job was as a kennel tech when she was 15 years old. Ever since then she has had a passion for veterinary medicine. She has 8 years in the veterinary field. Her goal is to become a licensed technician within the next two years and one day a veterinarian. She is a single mom to a handsome wild human child and has two fur babies. Her fur babies consist of a blind golden retriever named Raegan and an Orange tabby named Walter.
Viki is originally from Hungary. She moved to the United States 5 years ago and lives with her husband and three fur babies (2 cats and 1 dog) in Pflugerville, Texas. Viki has been passionate about animals her whole life and has always been loving them- especially cats. In her free time, she enjoys photography, filmmaking, and going on hikes with her golden retriever. She loves working in the veterinary field and helping animals as well as their owners.