Cindy has been working in the veterinary community since 1992. Over the years Cindy has really enjoyed developing meaningful relationships with both client and patients. When she isn’t working at the hospital, she manages her own in-home Dog Boarding Business. In her free time Cindy enjoys fishing, hunting, gardening and is a member of a local all-women’s shooting league. When asked if she has a favorite animal she stated “I don’t think I could choose a favorite…...but I can tell you that reptiles are definitely high on my list of most enjoyed patients that we get to see”.
Erin is a native of Texas, growing up in Millsap and graduating from Millsap HS. She was not permitted pets growing up, but always felt a connection to animals, which would later inspire her to pursue a career in the veterinary field. In 2004 she completed the CVA program at Weatherford College and has been building and expanding knowledge and experience in various settings since. Erin has a deep fondness for both cats and dogs and shares her home with 2 senior cats and 2 stubborn cowboy corgis. Understanding and working with both angelic and challenging pets in a clinic setting is something that Erin considers of utmost importance and she is dedicated to treating your pet as though it were her own, providing the best experience and outcome possible at each visit. Occasionally you will see Erin helping out at the receptionist desk and when she isn’t at work, you can bet she’s watching a Disney movie with her dogs or nursing her houseplants.
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Haley has worked in veterinary medicine for the past 10+ years. She started after receiving her CVA and a certificate in Equine Production and Management from Weatherford College. She excelled in being a Receptionist and Technician with in the veterinary field before finally landing her role as Office Manager here at Holland Lake. Haley grew up with an extreme passion for animals and had a tendency to bring home anything that she could catch that looked like it needed a home. This led to her having a menagerie of different animals over the years from dogs, cats, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, turtles, chameleons, horses, and cows; currently she only has a few cats. Her hobbies have always included reading and hanging out lakeside or poolside. She recently became a mother as of 2019 and is now learning a whole new skill set which she enjoys immensely.
Nancy Tatum has worked in veterinary medicine for 20+ years. She has held and excelled in several different positions from reception to veterinary technician and management. Here at Holland Lake she has settled into being an excellent customer service representative at our reception desk where she loves meeting new people and their pets. Nancy bred and raised Yorkshire Terriers for several years in her spare time. She now currently has a 2lb Yorkie named “Petie” that runs her household. Other than her love for veterinary medicine Nancy has also found a passion for camping, hunting and fishing whenever she can.
Rachel graduated from Weatherford College with her CVA, an associates’ degree in Science, and minored in Psychology. After completing school Rachel began her career in the veterinary industry, which she has thoroughly enjoyed for the past 12 years. Believe it or not, she stated her intention to work in the field when she was only 5 years old. A proud Texas native, Rachel lives here in Weatherford with her husband and her fur babies. Rachel is very active outside of the clinic enjoying a hue of different hobbies including but not limited to: reading, acting, writing, embroidery, scrapbooking, animal photography, collecting antiques, fossil hunting, gardening, yoga, crafting, baking, decorating for any social gathering and adult coloring.
Sherri has been working in Veterinary Medicine for the past 15+ years. She enjoys being able to greet and interact with our long-term clients that she has become so familiar with over the years and helping our new clients feel welcome and at home in the clinic. Before settling at our reception desk Sherri used to be one of our esteemed technicians with specific interest and skills in our surgical suite. Over the years she has become a strong advocate for animals to ensure the best possible care. Outside of the clinic she spends her time with her loving family which consists of 3 children and 9 grandchildren and attending as many birthday parties and sporting events as possible. #Sherri Fun Fact# = She and all of her sisters are named after songs (her father was a very musical man with a beautiful soul).
Natalie has worked in veterinary medicine for a few years now as both a Technician and at the Reception desk. She started off volunteering at Holland Lake her freshman year of college before officially joining the team in May of 2018. Natalie is now a senior at Tarleton state university majoring in Animal Science with a concentration in pre-veterinary medicine, and earning her minor in Business administration. Upon graduating from TSU she looks forward to continuing her education in veterinary medicine. Natalie is heavily involved at school, facilitating a research project for the universities Herbivore Nutrition Lab currently focusing on ensiling human by-products (non-food) for ruminant consumption. When she’s not working or in class Natalie loves spending time with her beloved dog, Wednesday. She is grateful to work in such a female empowered environment and looks forward to the continual growth this field brings.
Jennifer has a passion for working with animals and has been working on and off in veterinary medicine for the past 12 years. Her family has a boxer named “Maverick”, a sweet Aussie Named “Ziva”, and the newest addition to the family is “Asher” a Corgie. Jennifer and her family share this love and enjoy going periodically to the Zoo and the Aquarium. Her hobbies include doing just about anything with her kids such as various sports events over the years, exploring on hikes and being outside soaking up the sun. Jennifer is also an active member in her community and church through fund raisers/drives to help raise funds and/or supplies for those in need.
Autumn loves the fast-paced environment of being a technician and the variety of tasks that must be performed with each patient. She enjoys making a positive difference in the lives of not only the animals but their owners. Outside of work Autumn enjoys spending time with her 3 kids. She enjoys advocation awareness for special needs children with autism. She shares her home with her foster failure lab mix “Serious and an adopted hefty 18lbs cat “Simba”. Autumn took the love she has for animals and combined it with a passion for customer service- to provide care for pets and knowledge to owners for a lifetime of health.