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Reproduction Technician

Theresa was originally born in Mexico but she spent most of her childhood here in Dallas. She became interested in animals at an early age and decided to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Theresa enjoys the problem solving aspect of vet med and how it correlates with improved health and wellness for the pets and owners. In her spare time you can find Theresa out hiking through nature with her two dogs, reading, watching movies, or doing puzzles.

  1. What do you love most about being a Vet Tech?

    1. "With the vast areas of Veterinary medicine available, choosing just one thing can be challenging. In the end, I would have to say it’s not just one thing that I enjoy above the rest, but more so the outcome. Like most of us in this field, we entered with a passion for animals. I always knew I wanted to play an active role in alleviating their suffering. Through this position, in collaboration with Veterinarians, I can work directly with animals in carrying out their treatment/care in order to help treat the aliments that afflict them and improve their quality of life. Knowing that I had a hand to play in helping a patient recovery and continue to share wonderful memories with their owner is worth more than anything else."

  2. Why did you choose Repro?

    1. "Although I am a strong advocate for spaying/neutering, not everyone can be convinced of doing so. Different circumstances can present themselves that often leave an owner unprepared for the road ahead and in the end it’s the pet/animal bearing the greater risk. Even if we cannot prevent every pregnancy, I would like to know that I am actively engaging in helping owners navigate the struggles ahead. While also acknowledging, that I am taking part in promoting ethical breeding that will not only help reduce the risk for our patients but provide a better outcome for the generations ahead."

  3. What is your favorite part of Repro?

    1. "I would have to say, without a doubt, the part I enjoy the most about Repro is helping in the delivery of a litter. It’s quite an amazing experience, regardless of species, to be able to witness and assist in the whelping of young ones. Although it can be stressful at times, being an active participant in the recovery of the offspring can be extremely rewarding."

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