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Kyle Bostick, DVMDr. Kyle Bostick, our Chief of Staff, was born in Big Spring, Texas, but grew up in the Leander/Austin area back before they were connected by urban sprawl. His interest in animals and their care goes back to his childhood when he spent lots of time on his grandparents' farms in Roscoe and Marshall. By third grade, when asked, he always said he wanted to be a veterinarian when he grew up.

His quest to accomplish that dream really began in high school when Dr. Bostick began raising show cattle on his family's 30 acres in Leander, became very active in FFA and took a job working for his family's veterinarian in Austin. Soon he was spending every free moment working at the vet clinic, before school, after school, weekends, and on breaks from school. And when he wasn't there, you'd find him at a stock show, an FFA competition or meeting.

During college he continued to work as a veterinary technician whenever time allowed back home and in College Station. After three years of undergraduate study and four years of veterinary study, Dr. Bostick finally realized his childhood dream in May 2005 when he graduated from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr Michael Forrester, DVM - Shenandoah Veterinary ClinicDr. Forrester obtained his BS in biology from Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas in 2013. He then attended the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine, and obtained his DVM in 2017. He is especially interested in internal and behavioral medicine.

Dr. Forrester is married to Susan Fox–Forrester. They have one son, Patrick, and two grandchildren. Prior to his veterinary career, Dr. Forrester was an infantry and reconnaissance Marine.