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Posted on 05-26-2015
In continuing our tradition of providing over 30 years of premier pet care, please join us in welcoming Dr. Brieana Tunison to our staff of veterinarians here at the Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin. Dr. Tunison is exceptionally well-qualified, and we look forward to having her provide quality veterinary emergency and critical care when your pets need it most.
Dr. Tunison started her career in the animal care field as a veterinary technician. Realizing this was the direction she wanted to take with her life she subsequently graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Animal Science from Tarleton State University in 2010 and manga cum laude from Texas A&M Veterinary School in 2014. She gained further experience working at a small animal practice in Georgetown, but always knew that her passion was helping animals in critical medical situations. That led to her joining our emergency veterinary hospital earlier this year.
When not looking after urgent and critical pet care needs, Dr. Tunison enjoys spending time with her husband and son, and their four rescue dogs, ferret and fish pond full of Koi.
Since joining our team, Dr. Tunison says that she has enjoyed meeting our patients and their human companions, having access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, and working with other members of our highly-trained and professional staff. Knowing how difficult it can be when a pet is experiencing a medical emergency, she hopes to create a warm and caring environment that it safe and soothing.
Some conditions she may treat at our Austin veterinary clinic include pet poisoning, heatstroke, auto accident, snake bite, or accidental ingestion of a foreign object. She looks forward to lovingly treating each pet patient, and using her medical skills to provide the best possible veterinary care at the time when it is needed most.
How have our Austin veterinarians responded to your emergency pet care needs?
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