Michael Shelton, D.V.M.
Michael Shelton, D.V.M. Dr. Shelton graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. He did his undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University. He practiced medicine at Parker Animal & Bird Clinic in Plano for ten years before opening his own practice. Dr. Shelton has a small farm full of chickens, cows, and horses. He also shares his home with his dogs, Pepper and Lilly, and his cat, Velcro.
Dr. Shelton lives in Blue Ridge with his wife, Chris, and their four children, Kian, Kobe, Mitchel & Callie. In his spare time, he enjoys participating in outdoor activities with his wife and kids.
Dr. Dana Means, D.V.M.
Dr. Means has been a practicing Doctor of Veterinary Medicine since graduating Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. Dr. Means has worked in Texas and New Jersey since graduation. Dr. Means was an owner of King Animal Hospital in McKinney, TX for 13 years until she sold her share in 2010. She had also worked concurrently as a human medical research analyst for the past 7 years. She joined 380 West Animal Hospital as a part-time veterinarian in the Fall of 2011 and became a full-time associate in 2012.
Dr. Means lives in McKinney on 5 acres with her four children, dogs: Faith (Great Dane), Butter (Lab/Golden mix), Puck (miniature Poodle). and Jefe (Chihuahua), cats (Lucky and Precious), horses (Luna and Jazz).
She enjoys watching her boys play ice hockey, one daughter play soccer, and the other daughter rides horses.
Elizabeth, or Liz as we call her, has worked with Dr. Shelton since June of 1997. She lives in Farmersville with her husband Larry and two wonderful children, Jordan and Riley. They have a small farm with horses, chickens, Boer goats, and of course dogs and cats.
Liz has worked in the veterinary field since 1988. She is passionate about surgery, anesthesia, and pain management. She will ensure that your pet is as comfortable as possible at all times.
Liz also enjoys attending her children’s sporting events and raising Boer goats.
Melissa has been with us since October of 2007. She lives in Providence with her son, Seth. They also have 2 dogs, a cat, and a cockatiel in their family.
Melissa has worked in the veterinary field for over 15 years and has been working with Dr. Shelton since 2002. Her love for the clients and their pets is evident. She enjoys loving on the patients and getting to know the clients. She also has a soft spot for the blind and 3 legged pets. In her spare time, Melissa loves working with several charities, teaching Sunday School, and spending time with her son.
Delita started working with us in September of 2012. She lives here in McKinney with her husband Marc and their four wonderful children; Gage, Madison, Braden, and Alli. Their family also includes a chocolate Labrador, three cats and a bearded dragon. Delita has worked in the veterinary field for 9 years. She is passionate about dental care and loves to educate clients. She loves making sure the furry members of your family have bright clean teeth.
In her spare time, Delita enjoys spending time by the pool with her family and friends while listening to country music.
Jennifer joined our clinic in May of 2013. She lives in Krum with her two dogs Sadie and Antonio.
Jennifer is a registered veterinary technician and has been working in the field since 2006. Her passion is for all things dietary. She loves the opportunity to sit with our clients and help them with their pet’s food related needs. In her spare time, Jennifer loves to go to mud bogs, play softball, attend kickboxing classes, and watch movies.
Paige joined us as a receptionist in September of 2013. She lives in McKinney with her boyfriend, their two cats, dog, and 2 water dragons.
Paige has been in the field since 2009 and loves working with pets and their people. She cares deeply for each animal we see and is passionate about connecting with the clients too. Paige also loves reading, spending time outdoors, and being with her friends and pets.
Buster is our house cat. He was found, as a small kitten, in Bobbie’s barn in July of 2007. He soon won the hearts of the staff and joined the practice as the official greeter. Buster is very loving and has no fear. He will walk up to the largest of dogs, or the angriest of cats. He has a fascination for purses. He will crawl right in and lay down. He is quite the character.