Susan C. Bozeman, DVM Veterinarian/OwnerDr. Bozeman graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 1975 from Abilene Christian University and continued her education with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1978. She has been practicing in Lubbock for 30 years. In 2000, after working at Neal Animal Clinic for 28 years, Dr.
Bozeman purchased the clinic. Dr. Bozeman is on the Board of Health for the City of Lubbock, a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, and American Animal Hospital Association. She is active in the National Cutting Horse Association, American Stock Horse Association, and South Plains Obedience Training Club, as well as a member of the Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock.
Dr. Bozeman takes a special interest in behavior consultations and internal medicine cases. She especially enjoys interacting with her clients. Away from the office, Dr.B's priority is her family: Vick, her husband of 33 years who is a farmer/rancher in Idalou, her son Matt, a general surgery resident at the University of Louisville Medical School, and her younger son Stuart, a farmer/rancher and avid horse trainer.
Becca P. Bridge, DVM Associate Veterinarian Dr. Bridge grew up in Afton, Texas on a cotton farm. She graduated from Texas Tech University in 1999 with a BS in Animal Science. While pursuing her undergraduate degree, she worked for Bozeman Animal Clinic. In 2004, Dr. Bridge graduated with her DVM degree from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, she completed an equine internship in Oklahoma.
Post-internship, she practiced medicine in Colorado and Wyoming. Dr. Bridge returned to her West Texas roots in 2008, rejoining the Bozeman Animal Clinic team. She enjoys the challenges of the veterinary field and has a strong interest in feline internal medicine and surgery. Outside the clinic, Dr. Bridge enjoys working on her family's large alfalfa, cotton, pecan and beef cattle operation.
Her hobbies are long distance running, snow skiing, and reading non-fiction Christian literature and her bible. She loves her family, her friends, her 3 cats, and most of all, Jesus. Kristi Moore Certified Veterinary TechnicianKristi grew up in Olton, Texas and graduated from Olton High School in 1988. Following graduation, she pursued a Certified Veterinary Technician degree from Cedar Hill Community College and graduated in 1992.
Kristi began working in the veterinary field in the panhandle of Texas and has been part of the Bozeman Animal Clinic family for 15 years. We appreciate the loyalty she has shown to this practice, as well as the genuine care she gives the patients and their owners. She enjoys spending time with her 4 dogs: Aggie, Spunky, Tatum and Daphne. Melinda Vinson Office Manager/ReceptionistMelinda was born in Fort Stockton, Texas and graduated from Seagraves High School.
She attended South Plains College from 1982-1984 and married Shannon Vinson in 1992. She has three children, Kaitlyn, Morgan and Shannon (Bubba) who are 15, 13 and 12 years old. Melinda began working for Bozeman Animal Clinic in 2007. She has three dogs: two rowdy Vizslas (Spanky and Darla) who often serve as blood donors for the clinic, and a rambunctious mixed breed (Harley). Her hobbies are camping and hunting with her family.
Alexis Solis Veterinary AssistantAlexis was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Eighteen years later, she arrived at Texas Tech University and is currently pursuing a degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. She wants to become a veterinarian and specialize in small animal orthopedic surgery, hoping to own her own practice in the future. She currently has two dogs, Londyn and Brooklyn, but has the tendency to take in all stray animals.
Family, friends, and her faith mean more to her than anything. Weston Bina Veterinary AssistantWeston was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota in 1985. He moved to Allen, Texas in 1990 and graduated from Allen High School in 2004. After high school, Wes played baseball for 2 years for North Central College in Gainesville. He transferred to Texas Tech University and is currently studying Animal Science.
In his free time, he enjoys working out, playing golf, and hanging out with friends. Amy Mathiak Veterinary AssistantAmy was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1985. She lived in Brussells, Belgium from 1988-1991, and then moved to Katy, Texas where she lived for 15 years. Amy began playing soccer at 5 years of age and accepted a scholarship to continue her soccer career at Texas Tech University. She played college ball for 2 years, then turned her focus and concentration to becoming a veterinarian.
Amy enjoys traveling, being outside, playing with her dogs Bella and Riley, and hanging out with her friends. She graduates from Tech in May 2009 and plans to attend veterinary school in the near future, hoping to have her own small animal practice someday. Bozeman Animal Clinic3602 Slide Road B-36Lubbock, TX 79414.Phone: 806.795.1714Fax: 806.795.1507Office Hours by Appointment[email protected]After Hours Emergency:Small Animal Emergency Clinic806.
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