Dr. Liz Lowe is City Vet’s Medical Director which means she is the leading force behind our quality of medicine. She loves working with animals because of their enthusiasm, affection, resilience and joy. Dr. Lowe has been a member of the City Vet team since July of 2017 and has been actively working in the veterinary industry since 1994. She comes to us originally from Brussels, Belgium but has been living in Texas since 2009. Between Brussels and San Antonio, she spent time in Tennessee attending Rhodes College, Massachusetts to attend Tufts University of Veterinary Medicine, New York where she had an internship and California where she spent many years working as an emergency and critical care veterinarian. Dr. Lowe is a veterinary consultant and volunteer to local animal shelters in addition to running her own non-profit animal rescue.
Outside of the hospital and attending to her non-profit work, she enjoys spending her time with her family and animals. We are very fortunate to have Dr. Lowe as a member of our team, she truly has a heart of gold that she shares with the animals of San Antonio.
University of Texas, 2003 Bachelor’s Degree – Western University, 2008 Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Provost grew up on a ranch in east Texas and moved to Lake Travis, TX when she was in high school. She has two dogs named Henry and Skip, and a cat named Tofu. In her free time, Dr. Provost enjoys spending time with friends and family, as well as traveling.
I enjoy working with animals because it’s rewarding to see pets and their people happy and healthy.
Dr. Russell is a London, England native with a surprising journey to veterinary medicine. Dr. Russell graduated from the University of Westminster with a degree in quantity surveying. After graduation, we worked for a large firm while concurrently studying for his Juris Doctorate from The College of Law, Guilford. Heeding his passion for animals, Dr. Russell altered his path in, beginning his veterinary career at the Royal Veterinary College, London. Dr. Russell has worked in a range of areas including general medicine, volunteering at charity clinics in South America and India, as well as in emergency service. Dr. Russell is particularly interested in endocrinopathies and neurology. When not busy taking care of our pets, Dr. Russell enjoys spending time with his wife who is also a veterinarian. Together they spend time relaxing with their cat, Charlie, and exploring San Antonio with their dog, Archie.
Practice Manager, LVT
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management – Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology – Licensed Veterinary Technician
Debbie is from Refugio, TX. She has a corgi named Niblet, a Chihuahua named Bella, and little Terrier mix named Teeny. She has been in the field just over 20 years. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her kids, watching movies, and playing the piano.
I enjoy working with animals because it is very rewarding to help them when they are ill and helping to educate owners on proper care for their pets.
Lead Technician, LVT
Holly was born and raised in a small ranch in south Texas. She studied Animal Science at Texas State followed by the Veterinary Technician program at Palo Alto. She has worked in the veterinary industry for over 19 years. She joined the River City Veterinary Clinic team in 2013. When not at the clinic Holly enjoys cycling, pet sitting and traveling. One thing, among the many, Holly loves about animals is how they communicate through their eyes and kisses.
Vanessa is originally from San Antonio, TX and began working in the veterinary industry in 2017. She said working with animals in their time of need is a rewarding experience. She has three dogs; Moo (shihtzu/poodle mix), Tita (chihuahua) and Jazz (bichon mix) and a red-eared slider turtle named Ninja. When not at the clinic, Vanessa enjoys watching movies and TV, and going to SeaWorld.
Courtney is originally from San Antionio, TX. She spent six years in the Air Force. She has been part of the River City Veterinary Clinic team since 2016. She enjoys working with animals because they give pure, unconditional love and they always put a smile on her face. On her days off, Courtney can be found taking her three dogs to the park, Crossfitting, spending time with family, and riding motorcycles.
Val is originally from Northern California. She earned her Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology. She started working in the veterinary industry in 2016 at River City Veterinary Clinic. When she’s not working, Val can be found working out, reading, drawing and experiencing new cultures and food. She’s always enjoyed taking care of pets. She said it’s rewarding knowing I am able to help animals in need.
Cary Scott has been with City Vet since 1989. His entire career has been with our team and he has grown from a technician to now assistant manager. We are not sure what we would do without Scotts wealth of knowledge on the history of the hospital, our patients and clients. This Texas native loves his job because it allows him to give back to the community that he has been a part of since he moved here at age 4. A graduate from Samuel Clemens High School, Scott has been a life long animal lover and education advocate for pet health and safety.
When not at the hospital or off volunteering, Scott can be found at the different Texas renaissance festivals, practicing primitive archery, doing leather work and camping with his dogs. Come visit City Vet to meet this jack of all trades.
Client Care Specialist
Jamie joined River City Veterinary Care in October of 2011 as a veterinary receptionist. She has five furry children, a Basset Hound named Chewie, two Beagles named Han & Lando, and a feisty Siamese named Vader. She enjoys visiting with our clients and greeting the animals in the hospital when checking them in and out. She also loves helping out and learning new things from the team. If you haven’t come by our hospital lately, stop by and say hello, she promises to greet you with a smile.
Terri was born and raised in San Antonio. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Education and a Masters in Educational Leadership. She pursued the veterinary industry after retiring from teaching for 30 years in 2015. In her free time, Terri loves spending time with her grandson.