Dr. Whitney Keller, Owner
Whitney grew up in the suburbs of Houston and travelled to the University of Kentucky for undergraduate studies in Biology and Piano Performance. After graduating from the University of Kentucky in 2008, her animal-crazy dream was realized by attending veterinary school at Texas A&M (Whoop!) where she graduated in 2012. Whitney practiced at a small animal emergency vet for 3 years before starting Veterinary Wellness Center in 2016.
Whitney started Veterinary Wellness Center with the goal of finding a better way to be a veterinarian and care for patients. She hopes to use VWC as a tool to increase the quality of life for both her patients and her staff. Through Veterinary Wellness Center, she is able to provide low stress handling, wellness plans, flexible staff scheduling, and staff benefits within a framework of accessible and affordable care.
In her free time, Whitney enjoys reading sci fi/fantasy novels, gardening, and spending time outdoors with her husband Brad, son Max, and eleven-year-old Brittany Spaniel Roscoe.
Shana has always had a love for animals and caring for them. She especially loves educating clients on preventative care! Shana’s goal is to promote the health and well-being of every pet by giving their moms and dads the knowledge they need to provide the best life possible.
Outside of the clinic, Shana loves to play with her daughter and her daughter loves to play with their 3 dogs.
Customer Service Representative
Joselyn graduated from Hidalgo Early College High School with 4 years of Law Enforcement education. She plans to continue her educational career to study Sports Medicine in the future. Joselyn has grown up with dogs all her life and that helped kickstart her love for animals. Since starting at Veterinary Wellness Center, her love for animals has grown tremendously due to the knowledge she’s learning everyday. She loves working at Veterinary Wellness Center because of how close the staff is and is excited to be apart of the Veterinary Wellness Center Family.
When she’s not at the clinic, she enjoys playing volleyball and catching up on her Netflix shows. In her free time, she also enjoys spending time with with her fur baby, Chico, who is full of love and always ready to play.
Catherine started pre-veterinary courses at Texas A&M Corpus Christi and later transferred to Penn Foster College where she graduated with a Veterinary Assistant degree in 2017. She grew up visiting her grandparents ranch and got to help them tend to goats, cows and horses. That experience grew her love for animals and kick started her interest to study and work in veterinary medicine. She enjoys working at VWC because of the friendly environment and enjoys that VWC is a teaching clinic, not only for staff but for pet owners as well.
When Catherine is not at the clinic, you can find her at the gym, hanging out with friends or with her two cats, Aurora and Valkyrie.
Erika is a graduate of Texas A&M University where she studied Biomedical Sciences and Spanish. She recognizes that pets are an important part of people’s lives and took interest in learning how veterinary medicine can provide care for our furry friends to keep them healthy and their owners happy. She is excited to learn more about veterinary medicine while she works behind the scenes giving your pets the attention and care they need.
Erika loves working at Veterinary Wellness Center because of the passionate staff that cares about the well being and quality of life for their patients. She recognizes that Veterinary Wellness Center not only cares about treating your pets, but also strives to guide pet owners with information on caring for a happy pet.
When she’s not at the clinic, Erika loves relaxing, watching Netflix and drawing. She also enjoys hanging out with her dog, Hercules, who enjoys chin scratches and sunbathing.
Daizy is a graduate of Texas A&M University where she studied Animal Science and South Texas College where she studied Interdisciplinary Studies. Though she has only worked with livestock most of her life, she has always had a passion for animals in general. Daizy was drawn to Veterinary Wellness Center because of our use of low stress handling and Fear Free techniques. She loves interacting with clients as well as seeing the different types of personalities their pets bring to the clinic.
In her free time, Daizy enjoys going fishing as well as working closely with a local FFA chapter. She also loves spending time with her Great Pyrenees, Bo, who thinks he’s a lap dog.