Dr. Beth Wheat is a 2004 graduate of LSU School of Veterinary Medicine. She was born and raised here in Texarkana and the daughter of Steve and Sylvia Holland. Dr. Wheat is married to Alton Wheat, who is from Hooks, Texas. Dr. Wheat and her husband have two sons, Luke and Carson. They also have 6 fur babies: Macy, Angel, Elsa, Ally and the newest additions Romeo & Juliet. Dr. Wheat has a true love for all God’s creatures and knew at a young age that she wanted to work with animals. After graduating in 2004, Dr. Wheat was an associate here in Texarkana and worked until having their first son. After Luke was old enough, Dr. Wheat went back to work. When finding out they were expecting another child, Dr. Wheat began doing relief work. During this time, Dr. Wheat worked in a low cost spay & neuter clinic. It was at this time she realized that Texarkana has a great need for this service.
Christy has been with Ark-La-Tex Spay & Neuter Clinic since they opened in 2013. She is married to Adam and lives on a farm in Brownstown, AR. With her love for animals, she has always wanted to take care of them. Big or small she cares for them all. Christy has cattle, horses, pigs, chickens and also has 3 dogs, Carrots, Jay & Crump. She is the mom of 2 beautiful little girls, Megan & Kyleigh that also help out on the farm. Her son, Brooks Wade, is arriving in August 2016!
She has been with us since Feb 2016. She is married to her wonderful husband Cory, and together they have two children Kiley & Carson. She loves spending time with her family mudding, camping, or hanging out at the dirt track. Christy has three fur babies named Jenna, Elli & Simba. Christy would take home every stray cat or dog if her husband would allow her.
She is the newest member of the group. Sasha just start in July 2016. Sasha is married to Charles and together they have two wild boys named Rustin and Jace. In her spare time she likes to hang out with family and friends either mudding or just hanging out. Sasha doesn't have any current animals but before long she will have a house full I'm sure.