Dr. Stephanie Driscoll

Dr. Driscoll grew up in Houston, Texas. She received her undergraduate degree in Wildlife and Fisheries at Texas A&M University, where she continued on to finish her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.

Although many long years were spent in school learning all the medicine necessary to succeed as a veternarian, it didn’t take long to realize that so much of what it means to be a great veterinarian isn’t something that could be taught or read in a book. It’s about compassion for both animals and the people that love them, strengthening and supporting the powerful animal-human bond, and treating each individual patient as unique and special beings. That is the philosophy that Dr. Driscoll strives to implement each and every day.

Her main veterinary interests include internal medicine, dermatology, and ophthomology. In her free time, she loves traveling, reading, running, and exploring the outdoors with her energetic Catahoula, Penelope.

Dr. Ashley Stumpel

Dr. Stumpel was born and raised on Long Island, NY. She obtained her B.S. in Biology at Molloy College. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from St. George’s University, and completed her clinical year studies at Texas A&M University.

Growing up, Dr. Stumpel’s love of her family golden retrievers, Simba and Savannah, sparked her interest in veterinary medicine. A deep appreciation for the human-animal bond is what motivates Dr. Stumpel in her career as a veterinarian.

Today, Dr. Stumpel loves her Caribbean rescue dog, Charlie, and her orange tabby cat, Oliver. Dr. Stumpel developed a special interest in behavior medicine, as Charlie suffers from separation anxiety.

In her spare time, you can find Dr. Stumpel outdoors exploring Austin and Hutto with her rescue pup, Ivy! She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends poolside, hiking or just hanging out.

Dr. Riley Ward

Dr. Ward was born and raised in southern California. She moved to the south where she received her bachelor’s degree in Biology at Auburn University. She then obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Midwestern University in Phoenix.

Her passion for veterinary medicine developed at a young age as her home was always filled with rescues. After volunteering at shelters and working as a veterinary technician, she witnessed the vast impact animals have on our lives (and vice versa.) She hopes to continue to build and maintain this bond with her clients and their pets. Her special interests include small animal dentistry and internal medicine.

When Dr. Ward is not working, you can find her out hiking with her beagle Selah, waterskiing or watching some college football!