Dr. Todd Henry – Owner/Veterinarian
Dr Henry graduated from Pleasanton High School in 1981. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from Texas A&M in 1988. Dr Henry was part of a mixed animal practice in Canton,TX for one year and then in Jourdanton until 1998. Following a brief time in a small animal practice in Ponder, TX he purchased Cypress Creek Animal Hospital in October 1999. Dr Henry is married to Talie and has three children named Mallory, Kade, and Faith. He enjoys golf, fly fishing and gardening. Dr Henry is one of only nine members of the Texas State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners, all appointed by the governor.
Dr. Kimberley Young – Veterinarian
Dr Young grew up in Longview, TX and attended Texas A&M in College Station. She achieved her Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Sciences in 2000 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. Dr Young and her husband Bryon have two boys named Bryson and Levi. They also have two dogs named Smokey Blue and Bandit. Dr Young likes the outdoors including watching her boys play sports, spending time with family, camping, and fishing. Her motto…”May the road go on forever and the party never end” -Robert Earl Keen
Dr. Brenda Canalichio-Veterinarian
Dr. Canalichio joined Cypress Creek Animal Hospital in July 2018. She grew up in the small town of Flatonia, TX. Dr. Canalichio was raised around animals and agriculture. As a young child, her heart’s desire was to help animals. In 2007, Dr. Canalichio earned a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science with a minor in business from Texas A&M University. After graduation, she worked in the insurance business where she met her husband, Kevin. Still having a passion for animals, she decided to follow her dream of veterinary medicine, and began working in the field as receptionist and veterinary technician while applying for Vet School. She graduated from Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine in 2017 and went on to practice mixed animal medicine. Her favorite species to work on besides small animals, are cattle and small ruminants. Her veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery, internal medicine and ultrasound. Dr. Canalichio is a member of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners, American Veterinary Medical Association and the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. In her spare time, she enjoys arts and crafts, family time and the outdoors. Dr. Canalichio and her husband own three dogs; Colby Jack, Sophia, Phoebe and a cat named Bootie. “I am excited to be here and looking forward to building lifelong relationships with the people and pets of Wimberley.”
Dr. Beth Harrison-Veterinarian
Dr. Harrison joined Cypress Creek Animal Hospital in October of 2018. She currently resides in Wimberley; was born in Portales, New Mexico and raised in Hobbs, New Mexico. She has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Animal Science from Lubbock Christian University, and BVet Med from Royal Veterinary College in London, United Kingdom. She likes reading and developed a love for traveling while in the U.K. Dr. Harrison also loves exploring Central Texas.
Heather Davis – Receptionist
Heather has been with Cypress Creek Animal Hospital since the summer of 2014. She began as a Veterinary Technician, and has recently moved to Reception. She enjoys spending time with her husband and pets, reading, and the outdoors. She has 3 pets; WAG Dog Twiggy, Little Dog and one cat, Fenny.
Robin joined the practice in May 2019. She was born in Corpus Christi, TX and attended high school in San Antonio, TX. Robin now resides in Wimberley. She has a mule named Jazz; 3 donkeys named Emily, Jack Daniels and Rowdy. Robin also has a dog named Henry and cat named Simba. She loves to read, henna and spending time with family.
Amber was born in Houston, Texas and currently resides in Wimberley. She graduated from Wimberley High School and has a pet turtle named “Squirt”. Amber enjoys shopping, spending time with her 2 boys, her boyfriend, family and watching movies. Her motto is “Everyday is not promised, live life to the fullest, never regret.”
Lawren Uselton – Veterinary Technician
Lawren moved to Wimberley from Houston 7 years ago, and has been with Cypress Creek Animal Hospital since summer of 2014. She was born in Austin, TX. Lawren has a degree in Veterinary Technology from Sanford Brown College. Lawren has 2 German Shepards, Madchen and Rollo, a cat named Big Momma and a python Nagini. She also has a history of working with horses and cattle. Lawren likes paddleboarding, gardening, reading and writing in her spare time.
Liz Gotcher – Certified Veterinary Technician
Liz is a Certified Veterinary Technician, she has been with Cypress Creek Animal Hospital since the summer of 2015. Liz resides in Canyon Lake. She has 3 pets; Sweet Pea, Ginnie and Nox, whom she adopted. Liz enjoys reading, hanging out with her friends and training her dog Nox.
Rachael Savage-Licensed Veterinary Technician
Rachael is a licensed veterinary technician. She was part of the CCAH family beginning in 2007, left and returned in December 2017 after receiving her AAS in Veterinary Technology from Portland Community College; graduation June 2017. Rachael also holds a BA in Communications Studies with a minor in Veterinary Science. She lives in Canyon Lake, and was born in Sammamish, WA. Rachel has 6 pets; 2 pit bulls Boondock and Zeus, 2 chihuahuas Vinnie and Bella, 2 miniature pinschers Xander and Violet. She enjoys spending time outdoors with friends and family, floating the river, traveling and reading.
Lynnsey Hogan-Veterinary Technician
Lynnsey currently resides in Wimberley. She studies Veterinary Technology at Penn Foster. Lynnsey enjoys traveling, going to the lake and being around animals. She has several pets…Chief, Max, Spirit, Gus, Bandit, Calahi, My Foofie, Bambi, Alana Joy, Esme’, Jackson and Zeeba.
Kristen Anaya-Veterinary Technician
Kristen was born in Baytown, Texas and currently resides in San Marcos, TX. She attended Penn Foster for her Associates in the Veterinary Technician Program. Kristen enjoys hanging out with her dog Ash, arts and crafts, and buying candles. Her motto is “don’t knock it til’ you try it”.