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ABOUT OUR TEAM & DOCTOR
Dr. Jeffrey Suh, DVM
Trail Pet Hospital is a solo-veterinarian owned practice in the Dallas area. Dr. Jeffrey Suh grew up in Hawaii where he attended Punahou High School. He then moved to the mainland to Carleton College in Minnesota and studied Biology.
After college, he moved to South Korea to reconnect with his Korean roots. There, he met his wife, and then went on to attend Konkuk University Veterinary School. Upon receiving his degree in 2006, Dr. Jeff worked at specialty hospitals in South Korea, volunteered at U.S. military base under the U.S. boarded veterinary surgical specialists, and studied at the University of Guelph Veterinary School located in Canada.
Dr. Jeff decided to open his own hospital in order to give him the flexibility to provide quality care at an affordable price for his patients. Given his 12 years of experience of working in South Korea, Canada, California, and now Texas, he brings a unique perspective of having seen practice around the world.
Dr. Jeff is a firm believer that veterinarians must possess all-around skills in the event that specialists are not available. As such, ultrasound, challenging soft tissue surgeries, and some orthopedic procedures can be provided when clients do not have the means of going to a specialist.
Here at Trail Pet, we would like to foster an environment where our staff can practice the highest quality of medicine at an affordable price. Your pet's health is important to us and we are willing to go the extra mile to ensure that proper care is given.
If you need a dependable pet hospital to give your pets the attention they need, we are here to help.
As a practice manager, I strive to ensure our clients and patients are taken care of and quality of care is consistently reviewed. I also help in all aspects of the hospital from answering phone calls to assisting in surgeries.
I was born and raised in Wisconsin and moved to Arizona to receive my associate’s degree in the applied science of veterinary technology.
I continued to work in the veterinary field moving from the kennel cleaning and taking care of pets boarding in hospitals to working as a full-time technician for 5 years.
After this time, I was promoted to a practice manager and was offered a full-time position to work with Dr. Suh at his new clinic. At the moment I have 3 pets and love to explore all of Texas! So if you know of some good places to go let me know! Moving around from Wisconsin, Arizona, to Texas I think I have finally settled down and hope to continue and grow with Trail Pet Hospital and all of our new extended family.
Jennifer Ornelas, CVA
As a veterinary technician, I believe treating pets as your own is the most important part of being a veterinary technician. All my life, I knew I wanted to have a career in the field of veterinary medicine. In doing so, I have built my career working from being a kennel technician for 2 years and now as a soon to be a licensed veterinary technician. I am in my final year and hope to further my education by specializing in exotic animals and ultrasound imaging.
I am very happy to be a part of Trail Pet Hospital. Dr. Suh is very knowledgeable and willing to teach all aspects of veterinary medicine. With the high standard of care that he expects of his staff, I hope to gain much knowledge and experience here.
Clarissa Rangel, CVA
As a veterinary technician, I have started working in the field since 2017, where I had the privilege of working with Dr. Suh at the time. While working full-time, I am currently attending Cedar Valley College in pursuit of attaining my veterinary technician license. I believe Trail Pet Hospital is the perfect hospital to acquire the skills that I need to be successful in this field.
On my spare time, I like to spend time with my 2 Frenchies at home
Jennifer Velez, CVA
As a veterinary technician, I believe that working in a job you love and are comfortable is the most important. I knew I always wanted to work in the veterinary field, and I am so happy to be able to be part of such a great team. I plan to expand my career in this practice, and by doing so I am attending Cedar Valley College to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician, and plan to further my education to become a specialized Track Technician and Race Horse Trainer.
From working for a corporate veterinary office and transitioning over to Trail Pet Hospital has been a great opportunity, to expand my knowledge and skills in this field. Dr. Suh is willing to teach his staff all aspects of veterinary medicine and I hope to attain as much as possible from him
Anna Kim, M.D.
Hospital Administrative Assistant
As a wife of the owner, I try to help whenever I can with everyday tasks of running a veterinary hospital. Having practiced as a Pediatrician for 14 years and owning a hospital of my own in South Korea, I like to give insight into how medicine is practiced in the human world.
While working here, I have noticed many similarities in the way pets behave in comparison to our human pediatric population. It gives me great satisfaction in working with our furry friends here.
Having been in Texas for only one year now, I am currently vested in acclimating to the American lifestyle. Learning English is my top priority at this time.
Gabriella is currently an undergraduate student at Texas A&M University, where she is pursuing a degree in wildlife and fisheries with a concentration in vertebrate zoology. She loves attending the university, especially as a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority. Gabriella was initially an intern at the hospital, which then led to her veterinary technician position. She is interested in expanding her knowledge of veterinary medicine and hopes to become a veterinarian.
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