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Hunter Bowen, DVM
Dr Hunter Bowen is warm, approachable, compassionate, and down to earth. He translates complicated medical issues into everyday language, and he’s happy to email with clients so they can receive quick answers.
Clients appreciate Dr Bowen’s relatability and sense of humor. He works to understand their concerns and practical limitations. Dr Bowen offers clients a treatment plan that best supports the pet; then he works with clients to revise and prioritize so treatment plans fit into clients’ lives and provide the best possible quality of life for the pet.
To stay active in his own veterinary education, Dr Bowen enjoys mentoring vets-in-training. He’s a crusader against heartworms and dental disease. He also represents Central Texas on the Board of Directors of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr Bowen earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from Trinity University and his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Texas A&M University. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends, often while cooking, hiking, and camping. His pets include a 12-year old Heeler mix named Roy, an 8-year old DSH named Josie, and 2 juvenile primates (Will and Max).
Rebecca Davies, DVM
She also knows that when pets and their owners are comfortable, time in the treatment room can be spent learning about the issues affecting pets, assessing lifestyle and behavioral patterns, and finding the best possible treatment plan. So, Dr Davies uses Fear Free techniques, plenty of treats, and positive reinforcement to ensure pets feel at ease during consultations.
Dr Davies is a strong advocate for the fight against dental disease in pets, and she specializes in treating painful and infected teeth. She also takes a strong interest in cytology, the study and treatment of lumps and skin lesions that often make pets uncomfortable and anxious.
Clients describe Dr Davies as approachable, empathetic, and passionate about pet care. She regularly participates in continuing education opportunities and attends local meetings and national conferences that address new developments in veterinary medicine.
Dr Davies attended the University of Texas at Austin where she received her undergraduate degree in Biology. She received her DVM from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.
In her free time, Dr Davies spends time with her family doing fun activities outdoors and cooking. She has 4 pets of her own: Doc, a 3-year-old Collie/Retriever mix; Miss Piggy, a 2-year-old Bull Terrier; Beaux, a 3-year-old Abyssinian, and Annie Rebel, a 1-year-old Abyssinian.
Sara Moreman, DVM
For Dr Sara Moreman, education is a vital component of veterinary care. She wants clients to understand their pets’ medical conditions — and treatment — so they feel informed and empowered to make choices for their pets.
Dr Moreman understands how stressful veterinary visits can be. When pets come to see her, she offers a soothing, gentle touch to connect and put pets at ease. Even angry Chihuahuas quickly come around to her warm, calming presence!
Dr Moreman treats each pet as if they were her own, tailoring treatment plans to individual situations, and considering all preventive options available. She is particularly interested in dermatology and works with many patients and clients to alleviate Central Texas allergy symptoms.
As part of her veterinary training, Dr Moreman spent time in South Africa treating wildlife. She has also volunteered with World Vets in Nicaragua, spaying and neutering stray populations of dogs and cats and providing medical treatment to local livestock.
Dr Moreman graduated Summa Cum Laude from Texas State University with an Animal Science major and Biochemistry minor in 2015 and graduated Cum Laude from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. She is the proud momma of a middle-aged Belgian Malinois / Plott Hound mix named Autumn (who is obviously perfect in every way!). She also loves baseball, and live music.
Haley brings exceptional leadership skills and attention to detail to her role as hospital manager of Firehouse Round Rock. These strengths were developed during her 11+ years of military experience in the United States Army and during a tour to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Clients love her friendly demeanor and compassion. Her team loves her resiliency and go-get-em attitude.
Haley was raised in Taylors, South Carolina with her grandparents. She attended the University of South Carolina from 2006-2009 to study Pre-Veterinary Medicine before enlisting in the United States Army. In her free time. Haley is an avid gamer and loves anything scary. On the weekends, you will find her at local gaming bars or enjoying brunch in Austin! She currently lives in Austin with her partner, Troy, and 3 dogs (Ganon, Nintendo, and Chewbacca).
Mary was raised in Laredo, Texas where she was fascinated by the animals on her property and loved caring for them.
Those early experiences influenced her decision to become a veterinary technician, which she has been doing since 2002. She has worked at vets to help heal small animals, large animals, and exotics.
In her free time, Mary enjoys exercising and spending time with her family. She has a corgi named Lana and a chihuahua named Peanut who she rescued and brought back to perfect health.
Client Service Coordinator
Sandra was raised in the small town of Florence, TX where she grew up on a farm loving all animals. Sandra has worked in the field of Veterinary since 2000. Her interests include almost anything outdoors and spending time with her pets. She has 3 wonderful dogs Gus (black lab), Beretta (rottweiler), and Savy D (rottweiler).
Client Service Coordinator
Hailey was born and raised in Nampa, Idaho and moved to Austin, Texas in 2016. She completed a degree in Public Health with an emphasis in Health Education and Promotion in 2018 and is excited to bring a special perspective to the veterinary world. Hailey is passionate about preventative medicine and empowering pet owners to learn more about keeping their pets happy and healthy.
With a background in customer service, she wants to do everything she can to make your visit simple and enjoyable. In her free time, Hailey enjoys reading and playing games with her friends. She has two cats, Rhaegar and Lila.
Chantal is a recent undergraduate from Southwestern University, where she studied psychology and animal studies to get an understanding of the behavior in animals. She liked the behavioral studies so much that she joined a research lab where she worked on her 4 publications and went to many conferences concentrating in behavioral neuroscience. After her internship with Dr. Kempf at the Williamson County animal shelter, She came to Firehouse because she wanted to get more experience with working with animals and follow her passions in the veterinary world and education.
Other than being obsessed with the behavioral aspects of the animal world, Chantal likes to be the smile that brightens everyone’s day. She will do anything she can to make you and your pets feel comfortable. In her free time she spends time at her parents’ property with her horses and African grey parrot or walking with her new foster failure Mort.
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