Jason Wodohodsky is the proud father of Amelia. He will have more of a description coming soon....
LeslieAnn is Dr. Wodohodsky's Veterinary Assistant. LeslieAnn came to us in December of 2019 after relocating from Kansas, where she worked as a Receptionist, Assistant, and Lead Surgery Tech. She has been working as a Vet Assistant for 11 years in both Texas and Kansas, and is well-versed in small animal husbandry, behavior, and client education. Two of her favorite things about veterinary medicine are reproduction and taking OFA radiographs.
Some fun facts about LeslieAnn:
She was a dog trainer for 10 years, specializing in puppy manners and competition obedience, before getting into veterinary medicine. LeslieAnn and her husband raise and train Dual Purpose Hunting and Show Brittanys. LeslieAnn has been showing & breeding dogs for over 19 years; many of her dogs (past and present) are nationally ranked through AKC in All Breed and Owner Handled Standings. When she is not working at the clinic, or actively campaigning or hunting her current Grand Champion Brittany, Cappy, she enjoys working on her hobby farm and in her gardens.
LeslieAnn also showed horses in Dressage Competitions and was nationally and regionally ranked.
Monica joined our team in mid-July 2020. Originally from College Station, TX, Monica attended Texas A&M University and graduated with a B.S. in Animal Science and a minor in Business. While the original plan post-graduation was to attend veterinary school at Texas A&M, a spring break mission trip to Honduras during her junior year changed everything. She did missionary work for 5 years, from 2015-2020, with FOCUS – The Fellowship of Catholic University Students – which is a missionary organization that sends teams of young adults to American & European Universities. Monica served with at universities in Louisiana and Kansas.
Monica caught the horse bug as a toddler. She is an avid horsewoman with experience in Dressage, 3-day Eventing, and Hunter/Jumper. Additionally, her late grandfather owned & operated a sprawling beef cattle and cotton farm outside of College Station, which sparked the desire to study Animal Science.
She is thrilled that South Side Animal Clinic gave her the opportunity to return to her roots! She is also excited that she gets to stay in the Midwest with her soon-to-be husband! Monica has said that if she were essential oils, she would be a collection of four: Texas Cotton Fields, Rustic Leather, Southern Gardenia, and Midwest Thunderstorms.
Give us a call or stop by the clinic and she will be happy to get you taken care of!
More Information coming soon.