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Meet our Staff

Practice Owner

Rebecca Froelich, DVM  I grew up on a farm in Pennsylvania where animals were a large part of my life. However it wasn't until high school that I decided I wanted to be a veterinarian. I received my Bachelor of Science Degree from Penn State University in 1989 and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Illinois in 1993. Very early in my veterinary school days I realized that, although horses are what brought me into this profession, dogs and cats are my passion to treat as a veterinarian.

After graduation I married, moved to Arlington and in May of 1994, I found my home here at Jason-Little Road Animal Clinic. Being able to help you and your pets brings me fulfillment every day. I value most the relationships we have built over the years and look forward to the new ones to come.

I am a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association and Tarrant County Veterinary Medical Association. I also am very proud to have Jason-Little Road Animal Clinic be certified as an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) hospital. Maintaining this distinction and level of practice is very important to me.

My personal life includes a wonderful husband, Wayne, our adopted children Nicole, Thomas, Gavin, Dakota, and Serenity, two dogs, two cats, and one horse. In my free time I love reading, riding and taking care of my family. The clinic is my pride and joy and I am blessed to have such wonderful staff members and clients. Thank you for being a part of my family here in Texas.

Associate Veterinarians

Nancy Bader, DVM Dr. Bader When I was growing up in Alabama, I was inspired to become a veterinarian, and pursued my dream at Auburn University, earning a Bachelor of Science and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1978. I moved to Texas soon after graduation, and have been associated with our clinic since its inception in 1980. I really enjoy doing surgery at our clinic and working part time. I am grateful that every day we get to celebrate the wonderful relationship between companion pets and their owners.

I have a young adult son and three pets. My dogs are a female Sheltie named Abby and a male Boston terrier named Mike. Our cat is an orange tabby named Bob. My hobbies are reading, swimming, horse back riding, and walking my dogs.

I enjoy being active in my profession, having served as a past officer in the Tarrant County Veterinary Medical Association and past board member of the Airport Freeway Animal Emergency Clinic. I maintain active memberships in our state and national professional associations and enjoy pursuing continuing education through these groups. I am currently an adjunct instructor at Cedar Valley College, teaching in the veterinary technician program. I feel lucky to be a part of a wonderful profession that allows me to help pets and their owners.

Camille Gutierrez, DVM Dr. Gutierrez As a young girl growing up in Austin, TX, I always had a household of pets. I hoped as a child to fulfill my dream of becoming a veterinarian although my path was not a direct one. I began my working career outside the field of medicine after I earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas of Austin in 1993. It was not until 2003, that I decided to return to school to pursue my lifelong dream of being a veterinarian. In 2009, I received my Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University and began practicing in Denver, Colorado. I returned to Texas after several years to continue practicing in Austin.

My motto in life is to “pay it forward” so in addition to my clinical work, I also perform practice management consulting and work with veterinary hospitals across the country. I help my fellow veterinary colleagues maintain their practices so that they can continue providing valuable services to their communities. I enjoy learning of improved methods of treatment through continuing education and am a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

I currently share my life with two rescue dogs, Lucy and Phoebe and a cat named Jojo. I enjoy travelling, architecture and design as well as modern quilting in my spare time.

Margaret Thompson, DVM Dr. Thompson “I am delighted to have the privilege of caring for the animals God has given us to enrich our lives.”

Dr. Thompson begins the next phase of her missionary work as Veterinary Medical Advisor with Christian Veterinary Mission in Tanzania to work with Food for His Children. This organization truly enriches lives by providing the most needy in villages with a dairy goat, education on animal husbandry, and agricultural techniques for its sustenance. The results are additional nutrition for the children, additional financial stability for the recipient families, and community benefits such as school and medical care. Through her faith and gift of service, Dr. Thompson will be an example of Christian love and hope. 2014

Hours:   Monday-Friday 7:30-6:30   &   Saturday 7:30-12:30 Proudly Serving the DFW Metroplex for More Than 30 Years