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.
Henry L. (Sonny) Presnal, DVM
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 of 1998.
Mrs. Ellie Greenbaum
Mrs. Greenbaum joined the center in January of 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, as well as giving tours of the center and assisting clients with the enrollment process.
Mrs. Janet Broadhead, RVT
Mrs. Broadhead was the senior technician at a local veterinary practice for five years. Her duties include coordinating the housekeeping chores for the center and caring for the center’s resident pets. In addition, Janet accompanies the pets on their veterinary visits. She has been at the center since December of 2000.
Ms. Kimberly Muth
Ms. Muth came to the center in September of 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.
Mrs. Montana Conaway
Mrs. Conaway is the newest member of the team. She joined us in September of 2016 and she helps 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, Montana!
Tori began working at the Stevenson Center in August of 2021. She has had varied experience working with small and large animals. We are looking forward to a long employment relationship with Tori. She understands our mission and will help us make sure we fulfill it every day.
Reveille IX retired to the Stevenson Center after serving as Texas A&M’s revered mascot for 5 years. It is an honor to care for Reveille in her well-deserved retirement. She is a joy to all of us at the center. Rev has not skipped a beat while enjoying her new …
He came to the center in December of 2020 from Addison, TX. with 3 housemates. His littermate is Riley.
He came to the center in December of 2020 from Addison, TX. with 3 housemates. His littermate is Zeke.
He came to the center in December of 2020 from Addison, TX. with 3 housemates. His littermate is Dexter.
She came to the center in December of 2020 from Addison, TX. with 3 housemates. Her littermate is Dash.
Katie is a sweet 6-year-old cat who came to the center in Sept. 2020 from San Antonio.
April is a wonderful 4-year-old Labrador Retriever who came to the center in Sept. 2020 from San Antonio.
This beautiful Holland Lop rabbit entered the center in July of 2020 from New Mexico.
Millie came to the center in July of 2019. She is a Dandie Dinmont Terrier. We anticipate many years of love and fun with Millie in her new family.
Blossom came to the center in June of 2019 with her housemate, Pecos Bunny. She is a beautiful Netherland Dwarf rabbit. We enjoy interacting with Blossom. She is precious.
Pecos and his housemate, Blossom, came to the center in June of 2019. He is an adorable Netherland Dwarf rabbit. We are happy to have him as part of our center family.
Kacey came to the center in May of 2019 from South Carolina. She is a beautiful calico cat. We are all enjoying Kacey and welcoming her into her new family of humans and other cats. She has acclimated nicely to her new surroundings.
Chaco came to the center in November of 2018. He is a Holland Lop, We love watching Chaco play with a ball and jump around his enclosure. Chaco is a beautiful bunny.
Tiger Lilly is a beautiful girl who entered the center in July of 2018 with her housemates, Gracie and Jake. She is a young, energetic girl who is keeping us very active. This threesome is a beautiful family added to our family here at the center.
Gracie R. came to us from Abilene in July of 2018 with her two housemates. She is a sweet girl. We all enjoy dear Gracie.
Mr. Tabby entered the center in April of 2017 from Las Vegas. He is a very affectionate fellow. It was easy for everyone here to fall in love with him immediately. We are so happy to welcome him to our family.
Chen is a Papillon who came to the center with Twinkie in March of 2017. This little guy is a ball of energy and we are thoroughly enjoying his antics. Chen is another welcome addition to the center family.
Twinkie came to the center in March of 2017 with her housemate, Chen, from San Antonio. She is a beautiful Papillon with a sweet disposition. Twinkie looks like a little stuffed animal and is a wonderful lap dog. She is a pleasure and everyone loves her.
Rufus came to the center in July of 2015 with his twin brother, Tiger. He is a beautiful boy. Rufus is a welcome addition to the center family.
Tiger and his twin brother, Rufus, came to the center from the Dallas area in July of 2015. He is a sweet boy and loves attention. The entire staff loves this boy.
Princess came to reside at the center in June of 2015 with her buddy, Arjun. She is a sweet, petite girl. We are enjoying her immensely.
Angel came to the center in April of 2015 from Carrollton, Texas. She is a sweet, petite kitty. Everyone here is in love with little Angel. Angel is quick to look for attention when anyone enters the room. We are happy that she is with us.
Sophia came to us when she was 3 years old in May of 2014. She came with her dear buddy, Cesar, from California. Sophia is full of energy and personality. We look forward to many years of joy with her. Sophia is a welcome addition to our “family” at the …
Mac came to the center In December or 2010 from Livingston, Texas. He is a beautiful long-haired Dachshund. This was a big change for Mac and he has done very nicely with adjusting to his new surroundings, caretakers, and new four-legged brothers and sisters. We are all happy that Mac is …
Jane Clare came to us in October of 2010 from Tyler, Texas. She is young and full of energy and life. We feel like brand new parents watching her grow up. Jane Clare will be with us for many years and it will be fun observing her growth and playing …
Angie came to the center in 2008 with her housemate, Gracie. She has quickly become the queen of the house and the primary “greeter cat”. Nobody enters the house without Angie getting lots of attention and affection. We love this beautiful, full-of-life kitty.
Jezebel came to the Stevenson Center in August of 2008 with her five other housemates. This is a beautiful grey tabby cat with lots of energy and athleticism. We should have a fun-filled future with Jezebel.
The Stevenson 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 great assets to the center. Other student workers assist with housekeeping and grooming chores throughout the week.
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.