Dr. Michael Woolley
Dr. Carolyn Stewart
I have been employed with Family Pet Hospital since 2002. I took some time off to attend college, but after college, I decided my home was here. I was a Veterinary Technician for 12 years and have been the Hospital Administrator since 2014. I love Veterinary Medicine and the interaction you're able to have with clients and patients. My wife Angie and I also met here. We have 2 daughters, Emma and Sophia, and a son named TJ. We have 5 furry dog children!!—Bella, Nala, Jack, Henry, and Ellie.
I have been employed with Family Pet Hospital since 2002. This is more than just a job; it is a second home. I met my husband here and we have adopted 5 wonderful fur children. We also have 2 daughters named Emma and Sophia and a son named TJ. TJ is currently playing football at Reagan HS. If we don’t see you here maybe we will see you in the stands. Go Regan Rattlers.
I have been employed with Family Pet Hospital since 2002. I’m a mother of 3 children, 2 dogs, 2 tortoises, and 1 cat. I have been cross-trained in all three departments here, but I love working in reception the most because of the interaction I get to have with clients and their pets. When I’m not momming, I volunteer as a cheer coach and I’m also on the board for the San Antonio Spartans. I also attended Galan College of Nursing for my LVN, but my home is here.
I’ve been a technician here at Family Pet Hospital for 4 years. I have always loved animals and went to Texas A&M for undergraduate courses because I always wanted to be a Veterinarian. I have continued my education here at Family Pet Hospital and have taken a special interest in Exotic Medicine. I have 1 dog named Litto who frequents the hospital 3x a week for Group Play Times. I look forward to meeting you and Litto looks forward to playing with your dogs in one of our group plays.
I have been with Family Pet Hospital for 11 years. I love San Antonio and it will always be “home.” I enjoy the culture and food. There are always plenty of activities and “green spaces.” God Bless Texas! Go Spurs Go! Go Flying Chanclas!