Large-animal enrollment moratorium
Due to our current limited space for large animals, the staff recommended, and the Stevenson Companion Animal Life-Care Center Advisory Board approved, a temporary moratorium effective February 1, 2018, on large-animal enrollments. We are working with the college and the university to develop new and larger facilities and large-animal enrollment will be re-opened as soon as that is accomplished.
Happy 2018 from the staff and residents of the Stevenson Center.
Farewell to our beloved Reveille VIII
We are overcome with grief at the loss of Miss Rev in June 2018 to cancer. It was the center’s privilege and honor to care for Reveille in her three years of retirement after serving for seven years as the Texas A&M University mascot. She was as regal in retirement as she was during her service to the university. Our hearts are broken as we carry on our days without her. Miss Rev was a wonderful girl with a beautiful soul and we will always feel her absence. Rest in peace, dear friend.
Happy 12th Birthday, Reveille VIII!!!
Reveille VIII’s 12th birthday was May 23, 2018. We celebrated at the center with Frosty Paws for Reveille. She loves her Frosty Paws.
Reveille VIII retires at the Stevenson Center
Reveille VIII, the First Lady of Texas A&M University, retired to the Stevenson Companion Animal Life-Care Center in May of 2015. The entire staff of the center is honored and excited to be able to provide Reveille VIII with the comfort and love she has always enjoyed as she begins her retirement. She receives the same excellent veterinary care that all of our resident pets are afforded at the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. We are so happy and proud that Reveille VIII has joined our center family!
Revielle VIII, CVM, and the Stevenson Center honored by Blair
Reveille VIII was honored by Texas A&M Girls’ Basketball Head Coach, Gary Blair, on Feb. 16, 2015, with a plaque commemorating her seven years of service to Texas A&M University. The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences was also recognized at this presentation.
Pictured left to right are Dr. Kenita Rogers, Dr. Stacy Eckman, Coach Gary Blair, Ryan Kreider & Reveille VIII, Dr. Eleanor M. Green, the Carl B. King Dean of Veterinary Medicine and Ellie Greenbaum, associate director of the Stevenson Center.
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You have no one to care for your beloved pet after you have passed on. This unique home for animals is dedicated to meeting that need. Enrolling your pet with your planned gift endowment will assure excellent care for the life of your pet.
You can also make a gift of support to the Stevenson Center.
Photos of the Stevenson Center family
Stevenson Center Expansions
Our first building expansion dedication was held on October 1, 2004.
See more photos of the dedication on the Expansion page.
The second building expansion began in July of 2012 and was dedicated on April 26, 2013.
See photos of the new areas on the Expansion page.
The Stevenson Center currently has approximately 11,000 square feet of available space
to accommodate resident student and resident pet living quarters.
Millie is a Dandie Dinmont Terrier
who came to the center in July of 2019.
Emmi came to us in June of 2018
from Beaumont, Texas.
Gracie, Tiger Lilly, and Jake from Abiliene welcomed by Kim, Janet, and Montana
in July of 2018.
These three beautiful bunnies
from Santa Fe, New Mexico
have joined our family!