Meet the friendly staff at Triangle Animal Clinic!
From the small farm town of Weimar, Texas, Dr. Hadash grew up working on a ranch surrounded by dogs, cattle, and horses. He always had an affinity for his four-legged friends. 'Growing up in a small town, there was never a doubt in my mind that I wanted to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Although many people told me I wouldn't make it into vet school, I was determined to achieve my dream of becoming a veterinarian.'
Dr. Binder was raised in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. As a child, she was always surrounded by dogs, cats, reptiles, birds, and horses. 'I always knew I was born to be a veterinarian and never entertained a different career path.' It was clear to her, and her parents, at the age of twelve when she dressed up her horse as the surgical scrub nurse and herself as the surgeon.
Dr. Wind was born in Dallas and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. As a young girl, Dr. Wind was always the keeper of the pets and her siblings, caring for them came naturally. 'When choosing what to do with my life, I narrowed it down to being a plumber or veterinarian. Both careers seemed exciting to me, but veterinary medicine won because it combined the best of both worlds, problem-solving and biomedical science.'
Growing up in a small town in Oklahoma, Stephanie experienced triumphs and heartbreaks with her dogs, cats, and horses in her younger years. 'Veterinary medicine was very different when I was a kid, advances in diagnostics and pharmaceuticals have made our field so exciting. I've always been a fixer, so what better way to serve my fuzzy friends than to be a part of the fix.'
Spending the majority of her childhood in St. Louis, Missouri, then moving to Waco at the age of fourteen, Andrea always knew she wanted to be a part of veterinary medicine. 'I have always had a keen interest in biological science and medicine. My desire to help those who cannot help themselves is what drove me into veterinary medicine.' During her career, she has grown to discover her passion for client education and resources, as well as teaching fellow technicians things she has learned along the way. These things together help to increase the standards of care we are able to give our animal friends.
Native to Conroe, Anna has spent her whole life locally. Inspired by Animal Cops Houston, and possessing an unending love for animals, she always knew she wanted to work with animals. 'My desire and want to save them all has led me down this wonderful path in veterinary medicine.'
Originally from the rural town of Guy, Texas, Jenny spent a number of summers on her Grandpa's farm working and tending to the cattle. In addition to the cattle, she was also surrounded by her loving dog and cat companions. 'I knew the veterinary field was for me when my dog Bear was injured by a trailer. I was the only human he would allow to touch him, from that day forward I've had a strong desire to help animals.'
Vanessa grew up on a ranchette on the outskirts of Conroe. Being a child of parents who always kept many animals, she wasn't a stranger to hard work, animal husbandry, and the many situations that can arise when you have multiple animals. 'I have always loved animals, big and small, caring for them is very satisfying to me. My decision to join the veterinary medical field was sparked by interest in how the equine body works, sports medicine, and training when referring to racehorses.'
Born and raised in Houston, Arielle and her family eventually settled on the north side near Conroe. As a little girl and teen, she always had a variety of pets, ranging from dogs, cats, and horses, to snakes and reptiles. 'My deep love for ALL animals, whether soft and fuzzy or scaly and cold, helped me realize I wanted to devote my life to working with animals. I enjoy both domestic animals and the wild ones'
After spending the first seventeen years of her life in the cold mid-western states of Minnesota and Iowa, Penny found herself deep in the steamy heart of Texas. Her childhood was filled with tons of animals, dogs, cats, hamsters, rats, lizards, you name it this kid had one. 'In my travels and life experiences, I have learned that sometimes the best way to help people, is to help their animals.'
Mandy is originally from a small town in Michigan, at the age of thirteen she moved to Texas with her family. As a child, Mandy always had many pets, ranging from dogs and cats, to rabbits and birds. She knew at a very early age that she wanted to pursue a career working with animals in some fashion. “My deep love for animals, coupled with a passion to learn everything I can about veterinary medical sciences is why I’m working with pets now.'
Kim was born and raised in the Houston area. She joined Triangle in 2018 but has been in the veterinary field for over 32 years. Kim has one dog, Macy, and in her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family.
Jenn became a part of the Triangle Animal Clinic family in November 2018. She is originally from Conroe and in her free time she enjoys playing with her dog (Huncho), spending time with her boyfriend, and going on hikes. Jenn hopes to continue working in the animal field and looks forward to learning more about veterinary medicine.
Triangle Animal Clinic
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