Jennifer is our Hospital Administrator she has been in the veterinary industry since 1998 and with The Shot Spot since July 2017. She has a passion for client service and helping animals. Jennifer has been married to her husband Rob for 5 years and has 3 children Emma (15), Isabelle (10) and Waylon (4). When she is not at work they enjoy spending time as a family watching the kids play sports, fishing, traveling and cooking. Jennifer has 2 pets Sarge, the Bloodhound and Penguin, the cat.
Jennifer Ashmore – Hospital Administrator
Makenzie Ryer – Lead Technician
Makenzie joined the Shot Spot team in May 2017. She has always had a passion for animals and started working in the veterinary industry in 2011. She has two loving dogs and one spoiled cat, all adopted, who run her household but she couldn’t be happier. Her goal in life is to build her own humane society in order to be an advocate for those animals who need it most.
Jennifer Mason – Technician
Jennifer has had a passion for animals since she was a child. She is a mother of two boys, two dogs and a cat. She enjoys doing wellness care and helping the sick & injured pets.
Caylee Dunn – Technician/CSR
Caylee is our “bubbly” Jack of All Trades. She has been with The Shot Spot since our full service hospital doors opened in 2017 as a Veterinary Technician but found her niche as one of our “faces of the practice” in her role as receptionist. Caylee now does double duty and always lends a hand where she is needed. Her genuine passion and empathy for our clients and patients is ever present and she goes above and beyond to provide a level of excellence, in service and care, each of them deserve. When Caylee is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her close knit family, including her 5 dogs; Cookie, Sage, Tank, LuLu and Bimbo and getting out and about with friends.
Heather Miata – Technician
Heather is our “lone Yankee” on staff. A mother to a 20 year old human daughter and 3 Rescue Pups, her love for animals started at a young age and she began volunteering with the North Shore Animal League in NY as soon as she was old enough to do so. Since being in Texas, Heather has advocated for Animal Rights and against the inhumane treatment of animals by assisting The Texas Humane Legislation Network in passing two Bills in Austin; deployed with The Humane Society of The United States during Katrina, Moore, and Sandy Storm relief efforts, and is currently a volunteer and foster with Legacy Humane Society. She has more than 5 years of Veterinary Technician experience and she shows a tremendous passion for the care of animals and education of pet parents and the community.
David Stout – Technician
David is one of our veterinary technicians. He is very interested in learning within the field of veterinary medicine. He has a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a major in Accounting, which he obtained in 2014 from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. When he was younger he found his fascination for animals. He heard about an opportunity to be a part of The Shot Spot team and he couldn’t resist coming down to Texas!
Devon Mauldin – Client Service Representative
Devon is a part of a family legacy with The Shot Spot organization. Her love for animals has festered for as long as she can remember. As one of the faces of The Shot Spot clinic, Devon is able to run the daily operations at the clinic smoothly while juggling multiple duties all with a smile and a level of care that continues to make the owners and patients a part of our Shot Spot family. She loves spending time with her Great Dane Lucille, family and friends.
J.T Lett – Fleet Manager
J.T is originally from Enid, Oklahoma but made his way to Mckinney in May of 2017 to join The Shot Spot team. He graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Business Management. He manages our fleet of mobile clinics to ensure that things run efficiently at each of our community events. He is an avid sports fan and enjoys spending time with his friends and coworkers.
Rob Green - Veterinary Technician
Rob is a veterinary technician of 20 years with extensive training and experience in emergency, trauma and critical care.
As a young lad Rob was surrounded by animals native to his motherland, The Faroe Islands. It was there that he learned to speak with animals and communicate clearly his message of trust, love, healing and world domination.
Upon conquering the Islands Rob set sail for new lands in which to claim dominion. His travels took him to many wild and interesting lands inclusive of Scotland, South Africa and indeed the near breached edge of our known universe and the outer limits of collective consciousness. Upon sight of the edge, our Rob of the Green heard the music of the universe and from there it was only a matter of time until it would overtake him and thus be used as a new method of interspecies communication and salvation.
Rob worked tirelessly to hone his craft. He studied wherever he could find a master that would teach him; a search which would eventually leading him to Greece. Rob returned to the US victorious with shining presence and the beholden glory and wonder of his peers.
Never one to rest on his laurels, Rob hath descended upon our clinic in hopes of us teaching us his mysterious ways and to defeat the ever present evil forces of forceful evil which would prey upon our animal friends were they to be left without the protection of his valor. Many shining thanks and glorious splendor on his journey.