News & Events
Reveille VIII To Retire at the Stevenson Center
Reveille, the First Lady of Texas A&M, will retire at the
Stevenson Companion Animal Life-Care Center at the end of the
spring 2015 semester. The entire staff of the center is
honored and excited to be able to provide Reveille with the comfort
and love she has always enjoyed as she begins her retirement.
She will receive the same excellent veterinary care that all of our
resident pets are afforded at the Texas A&M University
Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. We look forward to
Reveille joining our family.
Reveille was honored by Texas
A&M Girls' Basketball Head Coach, Gary Blair, on Feb. 16, 2015
with a plaque commemorating her 7 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:
Dr. Kenita Rogers, Dr. Stacy
Eckman, Coach Gary Blair, Ryan Crider & Reveille,
Dean Eleanor Green, Ellie Greenbaum
Company E-2, the Mascot
Company, leaders with Reveille VIII during a visit to the Stevenson
Resident Student Grant
One of our student residents, Shelby
Gasson, was featured in the December 2014 edition of the
Texas Veterinarian magazine for receiving the 2014
Buck-A-Year program grant. "Contirbutions through the Buck-A-Year
program help support the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Scientist
Research Training Program (VMSRTP) which exposes veterinary
students to cutting-edge research within the veterinary
profession". Shelby worked with Dr. Brian Saunders of Veterinary
Small Animal Clinical Sciences on a stem cell project. Shelby
is a third year veterinary student and has worked at the Stevenson
Center for 3 1/2 years. We are all proud of Shelby's
accomplishments and know there will be many more.
Photos of the Month
Some of our "kids" enjoying one on one time with the
Our resident pets have a pretty good
life of luxury. They don't have to exert themselves
Our first building
expansion dedication was 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
April 26, 2013.. Please check our Expansion page to view construction as it
progressed. The center currently has approximately 11,000
square feet of available space to accommodate resident student and
resident pet living quarters.
Chassagne and Cristal came to the center in September of 2014
from Arizona. They are Bichon Frises. These girls love
each other and sleep together at every opportunity. We are
excited to have these beautiful girls join our family. They
are as sweet as they are gorgeous.
Sophia and Cesar came together to the center in May of 2014 from
California. They are precious little dogs and they have a
great time playing and snuggling with each other. There's
always excitement with these two. They are acclimating to
their new home very nicely.
Olivia came to the center from Georgia in
September of 2013. She is a little Australian Terrier and has
Patty came to live with us in August
of 2013 from Austin. She is an adorable Boston Terrier and
has made many new friends.