Dr. Matthew Brooks
Dr. Brooks grew up in Tampa, Florida where boating and fishing were a part of every day life.
His love of animals began at a very early age with his first dog, Kahlua.
He had originally wanted to pursue wildlife biology, but soon steered away from this field as the focus is primarily on herd health and not the individual animal.
He knew veterinary medicine was the right field for him, as his main focus has always been animal welfare and strengthening the human-animal bond.
Dr. Brooks studied at Colorado State University (Go Rams!, sorry Aggies fans) where he completed his B.S. in Biology, his Masters in Epidemiology and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.
He moved to Las Vegas after graduation where he grew, and managed, a high-volume 7 doctor small animal practice.
There, he met his wife, who is also a veterinarian. They have 2 small children.
In his free time, Dr. Brooks likes to go boating, work on his small ranch, and spend time with his family.
If you would like to speak to someone on our team, feel free to contact us today at (512) 690-4124.
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. Tim Troia
Dr. Troia was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. His love and respect for animals, his desire to help people, and his passion for science and medicine drove him to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.
Dr. Troia received his B.S. in Animal Science from the University of Arkansas (WooPigSooie) and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Louisiana State University (Geaux Tigers!). He has worked in the greater New Orleans area as an emergency veterinarian and as a small animal general practitioner.
Some of his professional interests include emergency and critical care medicine, wound management, and neurology. In his free time, Dr. Troia enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter. He also enjoys traveling, live music, and exploring the great outdoors. He has three dogs, two cats, and an Australian Spiny-Tailed Monitor.
Dr. Knight grew up in Round Rock, Texas. She received her undergraduate degree in Animal Sciences with a minor in Business from Texas A&M University and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from Lincoln Memorial University.
She grew up with 2 Rhodesian Ridgebacks, where her love for animals began and when she realized that animals are an important part of the family. Working in the veterinary field, she quickly learned that while she loved animals, her favorite part was building relationships with owners and their four-legged family members.
She has special interests in working dogs, including police dogs, as well as internal medicine and surgery. In her free time, she loves spending time with her Pitbull mix, Crixus, reading, traveling, and live music.
Dr. Otto grew up in Cedar Park, Texas. She received her B.S. in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M University.
Animal medicine runs in the family as her father is also a veterinarian, so animals were a big part of her childhood. She had lots of pets over the years such as ducklings, hamsters, guinea pigs, parakeets, a rabbit, dogs, cats, and A LOT of foster kittens.
Her special interests include dermatology, neurology, and internal medicine. In her free time, she enjoys running, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her orange tabby cat Oliver.
Dr. Jenny K. Furth obtained her undergraduate degrees at the University of Denver in 2003 before receiving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M in 2011. She then completed a small animal rotating internship at Auburn University in Alabama. Dr. Furth went on to complete a surgical internship at Capital Area Veterinary Specialists in Austin from 2012-2013. From 2013-2014, she taught as a clinical associate in small animal surgery at Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. After the birth of her son, Dr. Furth transitioned to general practice from a 3.5-year career in emergency medicine in the Austin area.
Dr. Furth is fond of general practice as it allows her to create long-lasting relationships with clients and patients as well as dabble in all aspects of veterinary medicine. She loves to challenge herself by continually learning and improving her skills. Her professional interested include ultrasonography, emergency and critical care, surgery, non-invasive techniques, neurology, and teaching/education.
Dr. Furth appreciates spending time with her son and husband as well as their two dogs, Tony (a young three-legged Pit Bull Terrier hellion with separation anxiety) and Ice (a shy geriatric Border Collie with disc disease). In her spare time, she enjoys reading, crafting, watching movies, and has recently taken up a DIY renovation project at home.
Dr. Cordeiro was born in upstate New York and grew up along the gulf coast of Alabama. She graduated in 2007 from Auburn University with a bachelor’s degree in Zoology, followed by a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University in 2010.
As the child of a registered nurse, she was exposed to medicine from a young age. She always knew she would end up in a medical career due to her desire to ease the suffering of others and counsel them through difficult times. Eventually, she realized that this love of medicine could be combined with her passion for animal welfare, and she decided to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.
Dr. Cordeiro practiced general small animal medicine in the Las Vegas area for 10 years prior to moving to Texas. She especially enjoys dermatology, surgery, and geriatric care. In Las Vegas, her first job after graduation was working with Dr. Brooks, and she is looking forward to once again joining his team! Currently, she lives in Austin with her dog, Freebird.
Dr. Brown grew up in Mission, Texas on a 10 acre ranch. Because she was always surrounded by many different animals from an early age, it wasn’t long before she developed a strong passion for their well-being. To her, being a veterinarian means always working in the best interest of both humans and animals.
She graduated from Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi with a bachelor’s degree in Biology and a minor in Psychology in 2015, followed with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in 2020.
Her main veterinary interests include rehabilitation, dermatology, soft tissue surgery, and animal behavior. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, taking her dogs for new adventures, and finding new ways to entertain her cats.