Wild Peach Veterinary Clinic’s Team
Dr. Amanda, DVM
Education: Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph ’13
Dr. Rosborough was born and raised on a Purebred Limousin breeding farm outside Lakefield, Ontario, Canada. She actively participated in 4-H with her cattle and rode horses as well.
In 2006, she graduated from St. Lawrence College with her diploma in Veterinary Technology and commenced her undergraduate studies in Animal Biology at the University of Guelph. During this time, she maintained employment as a surgical veterinary technician at the vet school and an elite 24-hour emergency clinic focusing on companion small & exotic pets.
Following graduation, she accepted a position as a Cow/Calf & Feedlot Consulting Veterinarian for Feedlot Health Management Services in Alberta, Canada. Over the next two years, she worked closely with feedlot operators and ranchers. In addition, she was a fully accredited CFIA veterinarian and a Provincial Meat Inspector.
Upon moving to Brazoria County, her veterinary career focus shifted as she evolved back into a companion animal predominant practice setting.
Dr. Rosborough seeks to be a well-rounded veterinarian, while developing special interest skills beyond an average general practitioner’s realm.
Area’s of focus/advanced training she has or is currently pursuing include;
- Advanced training in dentistry and oral surgery and will soon complete her Veterinary Dental Practitioner certification.
- Advanced training in small mammal dentistry and oral surgery.
- Advanced soft tissue surgery
- Critical Care & Internal Medicine
- Exotic Animal Medicine and Surgery
- Dermatology and Allergic Skin Disease Management
She passionately enjoys educating and training her team and aspiring veterinary professionals. She strives to practice evidence-based, standard-of-care medicine while working with families to accomplish their medical and financial goals for their pet’s care.
Though her main day-to-day practice life involves a primarily small animal and exotics caseload, her large animal passions haven’t entirely left the building. She still provides routine services for area livestock producers and is even known to foal out a mini-horse dystocia or reduce a uterine prolapse when the need arises.
Teresa, Office Manager
When the going gets tough, the tough roll up their sleeves and get going!!! Teresa, our fabulous office manager, technician, and floor installer extraordinaire, wears all those hats at WPVC! Teresa has been working in the veterinary field for over 21 years, with 16 of those being at Wild Peach Veterinary Clinic.
She’s a go-to for our team members and clients and can always be counted on to lend a helping hand. She excels in anesthetic monitoring, surgical assisting, and nursing care. Teresa enjoys learning new skills to incorporate into our daily clinical services.
Away from work, she enjoys watching her boys play baseball and football for her hometown Angleton teams.
Aimee, Veterinary Technician, CVA, Inventory Manager
Veterinary Medicine is a profession that brings both joy and challenges. Those who genuinely embrace these highs and lows run into situations where their teammates need them most to succeed, thrive, and continuously grow. Aimee is that teammate and leader within our clinics. Aimee hails from around the corner in Sweeny, TX, and calls it home to this day. She can always be relied upon by her colleagues to help out when the going gets tough and is an attentive and compassionate patient advocate. She excels at client relations and helping keep the clinic running behind the scenes. As inventory manager, she excels at locating the hard-to-find or back-ordered items that support our ship afloat. As a head technician, she is always keen to learn new skills and clinical techniques to improve patient care. She is a Certified Veterinary Assistant as well as a Certified Low-Stress Handler. When not at the clinic, she can be found alongside her husband, John, with two mini-me’s (Carrie and Jarrod) tagging along close behind. They’ll often be spotted at youth baseball games, Sweeny FFA Alumni events, or taking in a Hill Country Wine Tour. They share their home with a Dachshund (Heidi), a Cocker Spaniel (Miley), and a cuddly kitty (Yowlzer).
Amanda, CVA, Veterinary Technician & Patient Care Coordinator
Do you know those people who you can hear smiling through the phone? One of those people that make you feel heard and cared for? Amanda embodies those qualities through and through. Amanda is one of our veterinary technicians at WPVC. Originally from Brazoria, TX, Amanda completed her Phlebotomy certification before joining the WPVC team. Her favorite aspect of her job is connecting with clients and ensuring their needs are met. She likes to keep busy and is a big part of helping our practice stay neat and tidy. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her son. Outside of her work ”boyfriend” Pepper the Blue Front Amazon, Amanda has a labrador (Tank) and a Maltese (Hostel).
Amy W., Veterinary Technician & Patient Care Coordinator
Originally from Boonville NY, after coming off Coast Guard Active Duty in 2019 and going into the Reserves Amy settled down in Lake Jackson TX with her husband and family. She has a dog (Link), 2 cats (Oliver and Mittens), and 1 horse (Spud). She has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies/ Expeditionary studies Minor; a Bachelor of Science in Fish and Wildlife Management; and recently completed her AAS Veterinary Technician schooling.
Her favorite aspect of working at WPVC is working in surgery and playing with puppies and kittens. She particularly loves that it feels like one big family. “Everyone is willing to step up and help whenever necessary. Doctor Goerdel and Doctor Rosborough really care about their staff and the work atmosphere.”
Her background having grown up on a dairy farm and always being around animals, is brought full circle by being able to work as a veterinarian technician. It allows her to shower them with the love and care she feels they deserve. When not working at WPVC or exploring the country on military orders as a reservist, she enjoys riding her horse Spud on the beach splashing through the waves, crocheting blankets when it is not too hot to have a blanket her lap, shooting at the range, and just relaxing.
Maya, Veterinary Technician, Laboratory Diagnostics Coordinator, CVA
Maya relocated to the Brazoria area from Mission, TX to join our WPVC team! She previously worked as a cosmetologist and brings a wealth of shelter medicine experience too. Her favorite part of working at WPVC is being involved in all the exotic cases. She excels at inpatient nursing care and enjoys working with pets needing to be socialized. She is a Certified Veterinary Assistant and Certified in Low-Stress Handling. Outside of work, she enjoys playing video games, knitting, and traveling.
She shares her home with four dogs (Binx -Schnauzer, Bean – Chihuahua, GSDx Moo-Moo, PitbullX- Rik), two cats (Kyo & Trey), and a 12 yr old Goffin Cockatoo name Munchkin.
Jessica, CVA, Veterinary Technician & Equipment Service Coordinator
Jessica was born and raised in a small town named Friendship, in upstate New York. Since joining WPVC, she has obtained her Certified Veterinary Assistant & Certified Low-Stress Handling diplomas. She previously has certificates in Phlebotomy, and medical assisting and is a licensed insurance adjuster. Before becoming a part of the WPVC team, she worked in the automotive collision industry for 14 years. When not at work she enjoys spending time outdoors with her 2 children and husband. One of the many things she enjoys about veterinary medicine is that you are always learning new things. She is exceptional in client communication and forming strong bonds with our patients and their owners.
She has three dogs (Rocky a lab mix, Buster a black lab & Puppy a Chihuahua), 2 cats (Stash and Miss Kitty Cat), several pet chickens, a duck (Quacker), rabbits, and a turtle (Speedy).
Shelby, Veterinary Technician, Patient Care Coordinator
Once a Peach, always a Peach.. or we like to think so! Shelby rejoined the WPVC team in 2022 but has been working in the veterinary field since 2012. She graduated from Texas State University in 2016 earning a BSc in Animal Science and is currently completing her veterinary technician schooling. She loves educating clients and the fact that every work day is different and provides renewed opportunities to help make a difference in pets’ and clients’ lives. She loves having the ability to grow professionally by staying on top of new and developing medical practices and techniques. Her favorite aspect of working at WPVC is the diversity of species we get to work with alongside a group of doctors who have ample amounts of compassion for all of our patients. Though she has experienced a variety of different practice environments, she enjoys the smaller, more intimate environment that WPVC offers, allowing for the creation of close bonds with clients and their fur babies. Her own furry household includes a cat (Meowster), a rabbit (Rorschach), and her horse (Candy). Outside of work she enjoys adventuring/exploring across the country with her husband, horseback riding, and spending time with family.
Caitlyn, Veterinary Technician, Patient Care Coordinator, CVA
Caitlyn joined our WPVC team with the ultimate goal of attending veterinary school in the near future. Originally hailing from down the road in Sweeny, TX, Caitlyn is a Certified Veterinary Assistant and completed her Bachelor of Animal Science with a concentration in companion animals at Texas Tech University in 2022. Her favorite aspect of working alongside her WPVC teammates is that it is a close, family atmosphere that provides many learning opportunities. She feels that every day is a new and exciting adventure with wonderful clients and patients. She particularly enjoys animal nutrition and behavior. When not cuddling with her Catahoula X (Raider), she loves to train dogs, play soccer, and read.
Marie, Veterinary Technician, Patient Care Coordinator
Marie followed her heart and is pursuing her true calling after joining our WPVC team. Born in Okinawa, Japan, Marie attended TCU and OSU on scholarships for her Bachelor’s in Education & Music. She has taught and performed around the globe, but after 10 years, knew she was missing a piece of the puzzle. She is currently working on completing her Certified Veterinary Assistant program with aspirations of attending veterinary school, where she hopes to focus on avian medicine. Her feathered children include; 4 spoiled ducks (Moby, Mack, Quaxie, and Dot), 2 sassy cockatiels (Lulu and Lemmy), and a snuggly rooster (Rudy). To round out the group is a truly extraordinary black cat (Nova). Her favorite part of being a part of WPVC includes bonding with both humans and their pets, and the opportunity to learn something new while helping animals every day. Outside of work, she enjoys singing with the symphony and civic chorus, creating art, and spending time with her feathered and non-feathered family.
Jenny, Veterinary Technician
Congratulations to Jenny as she starts her journey to DVM at TAMU, Class of 2025!!
Everyone knows that it’s the behind-the-scenes players that help to keep a well-oiled machine rolling, and Jenny is just that. She is one of our fantastic technicians at WPVC/FVMC. She’s a superstar for helping keep our day-to-day hospital running. Originally from Houston, Jenny and her husband enjoy spending time at the beach with their daughter, and caring for their household pets, including; two dogs (Milo and Mileena), frogs, fish, a turtle, and the occasional stray. She is currently completing her final course prerequisites to be able to apply to veterinary school. During the day, she enjoys attending to the needs of our hospitalized or boarding patients. She’s also always game for traveling to farm calls with our doctors.
Jovani, CVA, Veterinary Technician & Patient Care Coordinator
Payton, Kennel Technician, Patient Care Coordinator, Certified Veterinary Assistant
Brooklyn, Kennel Technician, Patient Care Coordinator
Camryn, Kennel Technician, Patient Care Coordinator
Chloe, Kennel Technician, Patient Care Coordinator
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS
Rachael, Customer Service Representative
Tori, Customer Service Representative
Born in Michigan and raised in California, Tricia received her groomer certification from the California dog grooming school. She has two canine children, Waffles and Tater, and one human child. Tricia has been grooming dogs for over 16 years. She is passionate about senior pets and taking the time to be delicate in caring for and grooming them. She enjoys relaxing in her pool and trying new things, from going to the world’s largest bouncy house to treetop zip-lining. She is down to earth with a great sense of adventure.