Staff

Denton Veterinary Center is proud of its staff. Pictured here are those who will see you and your pet. Caring individuals, they will treat your pet as their own; and they all have pets of their own.

Dr. Randy Wuensche

Dr. Randy Wuensche

Dr. Randy Wuensche is Denton Veterinary Center’s Medical Director.  Dr. Wuensche grew up in the Victoria area of south Texas, graduating from Victoria High School in 1980.  He then spent the entire decade of the eighties at Texas A&M University, getting undergraduate degrees in Biomedical Science and Veterinary Science in 1984 and 1987 respectively.  Dr. Wuensche received his DVM degree in 1989 and has been practicing ever since in Denton County.
Dr. Wuensche and his wife Terrie live in Copper Canyon (just south of Denton) on their twenty acre ranch (El Rancho Bajo sus Alas).  Terrie is an active litter foster for The Love Pit Rescue based in DFW.  They have five pet cows, two miniature donkeys, two sister mules, a Shetland pony, Rosie the Duroc pig, Nola the pot-bellied pig, and seven dogs (not counting when the kid’s dogs stay over or fosters!)
Randy and Terrie Wuensche have three children – Ross (26) is a graduate of Texas A&M and is a collegiate scout for the Dallas Cowboys; Maddie (22), also graduated from Texas A&M and is newly married to Wesley Polk.  She is in her second year as a kindergarten teacher in Trophy Club, TX; and Sammie (16), a high school junior at Liberty Christian School in Argyle, TX.
The Wuensche/Polk family are Covenant Members of the Village Church – Flower Mound and feel blessed to be saved by grace.  Isaiah 49:16

 

 

Dr. Joshua Quast

Dr. Joshua Quast

Dr. Joshua Quast was born in Dallas, Texas and raised in Denton. He grew up attending Liberty Christian School along with his six siblings. After high school, he attended Texas A&M University. He was accepted into the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 from which he graduated in 2014 with honors as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Quast has a strong interest in internal medicine, ultrasound, canine reproduction and performance dog medicine. He strives to provide quality veterinary medicine and surgery with an emphasis on client education and compassionate patient care.

In his free time, Dr. Quast is an avid outdoorsman. He trains and competes with retrievers in AKC Licensed Retriever Hunt Tests and is also certified as an AKC judge for these events. He actively shows dogs in AKC conformation events, including several breed champions.

Dr. Quast and Dr. Lindsay are married and currently live in Denton with their 3 dogs, Caddo (Chesapeake Bay Retriever), Finn (Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever) and Dodge (French Brittany), and their two cats, Ozzie and Ollie (both Ragdolls).

 

Dr. Katrina Lindsay

Dr. Katrina Lindsay

Dr. Katrina Lindsay was born and raised in Southern California. After high school, she attended University of California Davis and graduated with honors with a degree in Animal Science. Following college, she moved to College Station, Texas to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Dr. Lindsay graduated with honors from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014.

Even from a young age, Dr. Lindsay always had a love of animals. She has a strong interest in feline medicine, ultrasound, diagnostic cytology, and internal medicine. Dr. Lindsay believes in providing the highest quality, individualized, compassionate veterinary care to all of her patients. Dr. Lindsay’s favorite part about her job is getting to help sick patients get well, and helping healthy patients stay healthy!

In her spare time, Dr. Lindsay enjoys arts and crafts, reading, watching movies, and getting to spend time with friends and family. She is married to Dr. Joshua Quast and together they have three dogs, a Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Caddo, a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever named Finn and a French Brittany named Dodge, and two Ragdoll cats named Ollie and Ozzie. She looks forward to meeting you and your pets!

 

 

 

Jennifer

Jennifer

Jennifer has always loved animals. She’s worked as a veterinary technician since 2002 and has been at DVC since 2012. Over the years, she has discovered that working with people who love their animals is just as rewarding as caring for their pets. When Jennifer isn’t working, she’s spending quality time with her husband, two kids, and her three dogs: two black labs and a boxer.

 

 

Rebecca

Rebecca

Rebecca previously worked at DVC as a veterinary technician from 2004 to 2007 and has been back on the team since 2012 after moving back to Texas. Rebecca doesn’t currently have any pets, but she looks forward to taking good care of yours!

 

 

 

Janee

Janeè

Janeè has been a receptionist at DVC since 2013. She is originally from Long Beach and attended California State University Long Beach. Her favorite part about working at the clinic is getting to know new and interesting animals and people. Janeè has a twelve-year-old chihuahua named Pansy and a yellow canary named Tiny.

 

 

 

  Allyson

Hello, My name is Allyson Jordan Bates and I was born and raised in Denton, Texas. I graduated from Guyer High School in 2012, and started working at DVC in 2014. I always had a passion for animals, growing up my dog was with me everywhere I went, animals make the best companions. Working at Denton Veterinary Center has been a huge blessing in my life, I found a job that allows me to care for animals all day long, and work with a supportive and  positive staff, I am so happy to be a part of the DVC team.

I still live in Denton with my dog Maximus, a four year old Labrador mix. My hobbies include, paddle boarding and camping with Max, we love going to explore the Texas State parks together.

 Kelly, LVT       Practice Manager

After College in Upstate New York, I moved to Georgia and began working as a veterinary technician in 1998 at a Small Animal General Practice in Kennesaw, GA. After moving up within the practice, I started working with the Greater Atlanta Veterinary Medical Group and the Animal Emergency Hospital of North Fulton. In 2004 I became Licensed, then relocated to Texas to work in an Equine Reproduction and Surgical Facility. I shortly realized I was meant to specialize in small animal nursing and went back to ER work for many years. I have had a special interest in small animal emergency and critical care, Orthopedic and Neurology surgical cases, as well as training staff on Splinting, Bandaging and Sterile Wound Management. I have taken several specialty courses in microscopy, Anesthesia and Pain Management, as well as Radiology and Diagnostic Ultrasound. I started working at DVC in May of 2017. It has been a great experience and I feel blessed to work with such a great compassionate group. I live in Gainesville with my husband Deryl, 2 Children Kyleigh 14, Danny 5 and several pets. We have 1 horse, 2 dogs, and Kyleigh has a Domestic Longhaired Cat “Charles Darwin”.