Dr. Bonnie S. Harris, DVM
Dr. Harris has three pets at home. Sticky is a 17-year-old cat that has kidney disease and is on a prescription diet to prolong her life. Her two dogs were both “rescue” pups that needed homes. Cheyenne is 14 years old and loves to be outside to chase rabbits. Iris is a 7-year-old mini-pit that has storm anxiety and is afraid of loud noises. All of Dr. Harris’ pets are microchipped, spayed, neutered, vaccinated and on monthly heartworm and flea/tick medication. Dr. Harris is active in her church choir and enjoys traveling and spending time with her family, both near and far.
Dr. Esther Grissom, DVM
Dr. Grissom received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A & M. She practices relief veterinary services around Tarrant County and allows Dr. Harris the opportunity to take time off each month. Dr. Grissom has one cat that she and her husband rescued. Dr. Grissom firmly believes in preventative medicine. Annual exams, vaccinations, and tests can detect health issues before they become health crises. In her spare time, Dr. Grissom enjoys bicycling, reading, baking and traveling with her husband.
KC worked at Arlington Animal Hospital from 2002 through 2013, and now in 2020 has returned to her previous position. She loves animals and over the years has had dogs, cats, birds and reptiles.
Veterinary Assistants are invaluable employees because they act as the doctor’s right hand and are a second set of eyes and ears.
Vana, CVA II
Vana has been with the Arlington Animal Hospital since 1988! She is a Certified Veterinary Assistant and invaluable asset to our team. Vana loves all animals and usually has a menagerie at home, including three cats, Shelby, Skiinz and Einstien. She also has Pearl the Pug, a saltwater aquarium and even a pet squirrel named Mr. Grady. She rescued Mr. Grady as a baby when he fell out of a tree and has cared for him ever since. Vana keeps all of her pets on monthly flea/tick & heartworm preventatives. She knows that living in Texas we have these parasites year-round. Vana is always happy to share her knowledge and expertise on all animals including exotic pets.
Anna is our newest employee. She received her Certified Veterinary Assistant certification in May 2020 through the AISD Vocational-Technical Program. She has three pets, a cat named Boba, a leopard gecko named Sahara, and a very cute little rat that knows how to play soccer ball. She will attend Cedar Valley College this spring and is excited about her new career in veterinary medicine.
Amy started in 2019 as a kennel attendant. Amy has a 5-year-old Rottweiler at home named Fancy that is spoiled rotten! Amy understands the importance of feeding your pets high-quality pet food, as Fancy has been on Hill’s prescription diet J/D for her joints and mobility since 2016.
Megan started at Arlington Animal Hospital in March 2020. She is a recent graduate of Cedar Valley College’s Veterinary Technician program. In her free time Megan enjoys horseback riding, drawing, and reading. Megan has two dogs and two cats at home. Trooper an 8yr old Chocolate Lab who doesn’t like water or the outdoors and Wiley a 17yr old Corgi mix. She also has a one-eyed black cat named Giza (Swahili for darkness) and an orange tabby named Winston. Megan keeps both of them on Hills Science Diet: Perfect Weight. All four are spoiled rotten and keep her laughing.
Gabriel is the Arlington Animal Hospital clinic cat that loves to greet the clients when they enter the hospital. But his favorite pastime is patrolling the hospital to make certain everyone is doing their jobs! Gabe enjoys daily naps and snacks!