Dr. Arn Anderson earned his Bachelor of Science and Masters degree in Animal Science (beef cattle production) from Texas A&M University in 1985. He graduated with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Virginia Tech in 1991 and has been practicing at Cross Timbers Veterinary Hospital for 15 years. He completed the beef production management certificate at the University of Nebraska in 2008. He has a special interest in beef cattle medicine and production management and is board certified in Beef Cattle Practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. Dr. Anderson lives with his wife Belinda on a century old family farm outside of Bowie.
Dr.Megan Rumpke received Her DVM from Purdue University. She also did her undergraduate work in Animal Science at Purdue. Upon graduation she started practicing at Cross Timbers Veterinary Hospital in June of 2015. Although she is very excited to become proficient in all areas of mixed animal practice her special interest includes equine sports medicine, and beef cattle reproduction. She loves to ride horses and spend time with her dogs, Sally and Lilly.
Dr. Sara Holloway graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science in 2003. She then attended Oklahoma State University and earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2007. Upon graduation, she began practicing at Cross Timbers Veterinary Hospital. Her interests include small animal cardiology, soft tissue surgery, and reproductive physiology, as well as small ruminant medicine and surgery. She and her husband, Scott, live on a dairy just outside of Bowie.
Stacy Smith has been employed at Cross Timbers Veterinary Hospital since January of 1996. She has had many duties at the clinic including head technician, front desk receptionist, and now practice manager. She and her husband Todd have 2 children, Casey and Laramie and live outside of Bowie, Texas. Stacy has 10 dogs, 7 horses, several "pet" cows and numerous cats. She enjoys interacting with clients and answering any questions they may have. Stacy also enjoys assisting with orthopedic surgeries. In her spare time she likes playing with her animals, starting young colts, hanging out with her family, hunting/fishing, and going to the beach.
Carla Nix began working at Cross Timbers Veterinary Hospital in August of 1999. She is the receptionist/technician at our Nocona clinic. Her and her husband Jimmy have 3 children, 4 grandchildren and live in Nocona, Texas. They have 4 dogs and 1 cat. Carla enjoys meeting new people and working with the animals (especially dogs and cats). In her spare time, she likes playing with her grandchildren, working in her yard and camping.
Jennifer Maxwell has been working at Cross Timbers Veterinary Hospital since August 2002. Her main duty is as a technician but she also fills in on the front desk. Jennifer and her husband Ted live in Alvord, Texas with their 4 dogs, 4 horses and a cat. She enjoys assisting with orthopedic surgeries and performing physical therapy. In her spare time, Jennifer likes to cook and travel. Jennifer and Ted have 3 children, Justin, Amber and Ashley.
Amie Kirkland graduated from Sul Ross University as a registered Veterinary Technician in 2008 and began working at Cross Timbers Veterinary Hospital in January 2009. She and her husband Dreu have 2 dogs and live just outside of Bowie. Amie enjoys the work environment at Cross Timbers and the variety of animals and cases seen. In her spare time, she likes to spend as much time as possible with her husband.
Gayle Boehmer has been employed at Cross Timbers Veterinary Hospital since 2004. Gayle makes sure all the boarded animals are well taken care of, keeps the clinic sparkling clean, and makes all our call backs. She and her husband Tom have been married for 47 years and make their home just outside of Bowie. Gayle and Tom have 2 sons. They have 3 yorkies and 2 cats. Gayle enjoys working with all the animals, interacting with clients and working with the staff. In her spare time, she enjoys playing with her grandson, gardening and singing in the church choir.