Travis Dennett, DVM
Dr. Travis Dennett graduated from Kansas State University in 1996 and completed an internship through the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center. After his internship, he became interested in the field of emergency and critical care and helped establish the Lake Ray Hubbard Emergency Pet care Center in 1997. Dr. Dennett loves to push his staff to learn something new every day and enjoys spending time with his family; Tyler, Preston, Carsen, Chloe, wife Amanda, cat “Tiger”, amazing dog “Mico” and a foster pup named "Annie" that doesn't look like she is going anywhere soon. Dr. Dennett has a pilot’s license but hasn’t had much time to fly lately! He also enjoys golfing and bicycling.
Michelle Hazlewood, DVM
Dr. Hazlewood graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Animal Science in 1996 and then earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State in 1999. She spent two years in general practice in Clearwater, Florida before deciding to work exclusively in emergency medicine. She joined the team of LRH emergency pet care in 2006. Away from work, she spends her time with her husband, Tad and her two beautiful children, Dax and Daphne along with the two family pets, "Sterling" and "Dali". In her limited free time, Dr. Hazlewood enjoys OSU football, snow skiing, and traveling.
Melanie Beghtel, DVM
Dr. Beghtel graduated from Texas A&M University in 2006 and began her career in general practice. In 2007 she left general practice behind to work exclusively at the Lake Ray Hubbard Emergency Pet Care Center. Dr. Beghtel is a member of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Animal Hospital Association. In her free time, Dr. Beghtel enjoys horseback riding, reading and spending time with her friends, family and two dogs: a Boston Terrier named Tinker Bell and a mixed breed named Monkey. She and her husband, Matthew, recently celebrated the birth of their first child, Gage in April, 2010.
Amanda Randle, DVM
Dr. Randle grew up in a suburb of Houston, TX. She graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Biomedical Science in 2002 and earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M in 2006. She started her career in Wylie, TX at a dog, cat, horse practice where she met her husband, Mark, at the clinic after his dog ran into a cactus. After her first two years in practice, she started focusing on dogs and cats at a veterinary clinic in Dallas. In 2010, she joined Lake Ray Hubbard Emergency Pet Care Center and directed her attention to emergency and critical care. Dr. Randle is a member of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Veterinary Medical Association. In her free time Dr. Randle enjoys spending time with her husband, dancing, riding her horse, playing with her dogs, hiking, traveling, and going on mission trips
Matt Cortez, DVM.
Sarah Stratmann, DVM
Dr. Sarah Stratmann joined our team in 2015. She previously worked in general practice for 2 years. She has worked in the veterinary field for over 15 years prior to becoming a veterinarian. She combined her love for travel and veterinary medicine and studied abroad at Murdoch University located in Perth, Australia and completed her Veterinary degree in 2012. Away from work, Dr. Stratmann enjoys spending time with her husband Michael, daughter Cora, her two dogs and cat.
Annamarie Albritton, DVM
Dr. Albritton's hometown is Flower Mound, Texas. She graduated from Texas A&M with a biomedical science degree in 2010 and received her doctorate in veterinary medicine in 2015. Dr. Albritton enjoys reading and spending time with her family, friends and dog Sofia.
Lynn Britton, D.V.M., Practice Limited to Surgery
Dr. Britton was raised in Birmingham, Alabama, but moved to Lafayette, Louisiana to attend the University of Southwestern Louisiana on both academic and softball scholarships. While a member of the Lady Cajuns softball team, she was a four-time All-American third baseman and went to the Women's College World Series three times. After college, Dr. Britton taught high school English for several years before going back to school to pursue veterinary medicine. Dr. Britton graduated from the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her rotating internship at the Central Texas Veterinary Specialty Hospital in Austin, Texas. She completed her surgical internship and later was accepted into a 3-year surgical residency program with the Veterinary Specialists of Rochester (NY). Dr. Lynn Britton’s areas of surgical expertise include wound management and reconstruction, fracture repairs, cranial cruciate ligament disease, and intervertebral disc disease while utilizing the latest in medical technology, pain management and rehabilitation. For the past year, Dr. Britton has been a staff surgeon at a specialty referral practice in Louisville, Kentucky and is very excited to become a part of the VRCED team. Dr. Britton’s personal interests include traveling, cooking, and reading. She is an avid music lover, and is currently learning to play the guitar.
Tim Roach, LVT
Director of Nursing, Ultrasound Technician
Rosie Navarro, Lead Technician
Mary Wolf, Lead Technician
Elisabeth Brewner, Lead Technician
Sarah Agnew LVT, Lead Technician
Missy G., Lead Technician
Christine G., LVT Surgery Technician
Megan Collins, Internal Medicine Technician
ICU & Emergency Nursing Support Staff:
Dorothy S., LVT
Karli H., LVT
Kayla S., LVT
Melissa S., LVT
Monica M., LVT
Shannon E., LVT
Alicia, Veterinary Asst
Alisa, Veterinary Asst
Customer Support Staff
Bonnie Cochran, Office Manager
Cathy Krell, Office Manager
Mariana F., CSR
Racheal B., CSR
Racheal W., CSR
Amber S., CSR
Kathy S, CSR
Genie O, CSR