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Dr. Lauren Heathcock was born and raised in the DFW Metroplex right here in Texas. She attended the University of North Texas where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology. In 2013 she was able to achieve her long time goal of becoming a veterinarian after graduating from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completing her clinical rotations at Texas A&M University. Now she lives in the Denton area surrounded by family and friends and, of course, her dog Tux. Dr. Heathcock is excited to be a part of the Healthy Paws team and looks forward to meeting you and all your furry family very soon.
Dr. Casey Cole was born and raised in Plano, TX, and is happy to have returned home to practice veterinary medicine. She knew since she was seven years old that she was meant to work with animals and was determined to become a veterinarian. She graduated from Texas Tech in 2009 with a degree in Animal Science and was awarded the senior academic award. With a lot of hard work, she entered the veterinary world. After 4 more years of hard studying, she graduated from Texas A&M University Veterinary School in 2013. Dr. Cole has four cats that keep her constantly busy at home. In her spare time Dr. Cole enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, or catching up on her reading.
Dr. Sarah Zeisler (Dr. Z) is a native of the north Dallas area and has lived in Plano and Allen most of her life. She graduated from Tarleton State University with a BS in Animal Science and a BS in Biomedical Science. Her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine is from Texas A&M University. She has visited Haiti and worked with Christian Veterinary Missions. Her professional interests include surgery, dermatology, and neurology. Dr. Z has two dogs. George is a 17-year-old Dachshund mix and Lucas is a 3-year-old purebred long-haired Dachshund. Besides George and Lucas, she has a pet rat named Puddleglum. His unusual name comes from The Chronicles of Narnia book and movie series. In her spare time, she enjoys quilting, sewing, crafting, and horseback riding.
We recently moved to the area and needed a vet for our black lab. I asked a neighbor where he took his dog and he said Healthy Paws! I gave them a call and had a good 30 minute conversation with a very sweet, patient and knowledgeable lady! I dropped my lab off the next morning and picked her back up around 3:00. Everyone was so kind and professional! My dog was so "pretty" and "happy!" The clinic called me around 10:00 the following day to check on my lab! I am thrilled to say I have finally found a vet for our sweet girl!