The Stevenson Center's caring staff provides the best possible
care for your pet. Our loving and playful environment keeps our
residents happy and healthy.
Dr. Presnal has 27 years of experience as a veterinarian in
private practice and an extensive background in business and
finance. He is responsible for the overall operation of the center
and directing its policies and future development. Dr. Presnal
joined the Stevenson Center in April, 1998.
Mrs. Greenbaum joined the center in January , 1999 after 20
years as the office manager of a local veterinary practice. She is
responsible for overseeing the day to day operation of the center,
personnel, and accounting tasks for the center as well as giving
tours of the center and assisting clients with the enrollment
Mrs. Broadhead was the senior technician at a local veterinary
practice for 5 years. Her duties include coordinating the
housekeeping chores for the center and caring for the center's
resident pets. In addition to this Janet also accompanies the pets
on their veterinary visits. Janet has been at the center since
Ms. Muth came to the center in September, 2004. Her duties
entail housekeeping chores and resident pet care. Kim has many
years of experience caring for her personal pets, large and small
animals, on her ranch.
Ms. Matthews is the newest member of the team. She joined
us in September of 2016 and she will help us keep our facility in
pristine condition and our resident pets looking beautiful.
Montana recently acquired her pet grooming license and we have
plenty of willing subjects for her to groom. She also has
plenty of experience working with animals. Welcome aboard,
The center houses Texas A&M students who live on site to
ensure 24 hour care and company for our residents. These students
are typically aspiring veterinarians and a great asset to the
center. Other student workers assist with housekeeping and grooming
chores throughout the week.
Dice came to the center with Win and Chance in March of 2010
from Virginia. He is beautiful cat. Dice prefers solitude and
usually enjoys snuggling in a kitty condo rather than playing with
the other cats. His twin is Win except for the fact that she only
has one eye.
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