Dr. Steven Moore
Growing up on a farm in Southwest Louisiana, Dr. Moore was always around animals. Early in his life animals just seemed to be attracted to him. Whether it was taking care of 4-H livestock, riding his horse, or showing dogs in American Kennel Club, he loved working with and being around animals. His family had a herd of Registered Black Angus cattle in which all the family was responsible for their care. However, it was Steven that was the resident caretaker of the animals. He was responsible for the preventive medical care of the herd. He took an artificial semination class and one of his calves won Grand Champion Louisiana Bred Angus Heifer at the annual Louisiana Junior Angus Association heifer show. For Dr. Moore, there was no other career option but to become a veterinarian.
Dr. Moore was so serious about his dream to become a veterinarian, that he completed his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree with honors from Louisiana State University seven years after graduating high school at the age of 24. After veterinary college, Dr. Moore completed an internship in Large Animal Medicine and surgery at the University of Illinois. For the next three years, Dr. Moore worked in various mixed animal practices in New Mexico and West Texas. It was after four years into his career, that he found his niche. He switched from mixed animal to strictly small animal medicine and surgery and never looked back. It was working at a referral small animal hospital that Dr. Moore discovered his passion…surgery. Dr. Moore continued to hon his skills in internal medicine, soft tissue, and orthopedic surgery over the next 5 years.
After his stint in the referral hospital, Dr. Moore decided he needed to make a change to being a relief veterinarian. He offered his relief veterinary services to private small animal and mixed animal hospitals throughout New Mexico and West Texas. Also, during this period, he offered his services to Albuquerque Animal Emergency Clinic.
From 2002 to 2016, Dr. Moore was the owner of both Banfield Pet Hospital of Frisco and Banfield Pet Hospital of McKinney Custer. He has also served as an Advisory Committee member of the Banfield Charter Practice from 2012 to 2016 as the South Region Representative. In 2016 Dr. Moore sold his Charter Banfield hospitals to switch gears again. From 2016 through 2018 Dr. Moore worked in Veterinary Practice sales and acquisitions. Since 2018, Dr. Moore has been providing relief veterinary services to small animal general and emergency veterinary hospitals throughout the DFW area. As a member of both the American Veterinary Medical Association and Collin County Veterinary Medical Association, in 2020 Dr. Moore received the prestigious honor to have served as the CCVMA President.
Additionally, Dr. Moore has an extensive history of community involvement, engagement, and service. As a member of First Baptist Church Frisco, Dr. Moore has served the Celebrate Recovery Ministry as a former worship leader and is currently the lead guitarist for the traveling praise and worship team, CRowned. Dr. Moore has been married for 30 + years to his lovely wife Michelle. Steven and Michelle have two children, Clayton, and Aubrey. When Dr. Moore is not working, he loves spending time with his family and his dogs Luka and Aspen. He also enjoys adventures like traveling, skiing, scuba diving, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, sailing, and performing in his band.
Dr. Moore has always believed in being thorough and offering the best care possible for your pet. Frisco Pet Hospital will concentrate on total care of each fur baby, focusing on preventative veterinary medicine in a total turnkey service hospital environment. Frisco Pet Hospital will deliver on what matters most to Dr. Moore, compassionate and caring veterinary medicine, and surgery. Along with preventive care, the new hospital will additionally offer general medicine and surgery, in-house lab work, x-ray, ultrasound, and dentistry with dental x-ray. Furthermore, Frisco Pet Hospital will be offering boarding and grooming to provide a total turnkey service center for all pet patients, where your pets are family.
I have worked in the veterinary community for over 8 years. I have worked in General Practice and Emergency and Specialty, as a Front Desk Coordinator, Referral Coordinator, Lead, and Supervisor. I enjoy developing meaningful relationships with both our clients and our patients. I truly believe that it helps to impact the level of care and medicine we are able to offer. Whether you are calling to discuss your pet’s care through the veterinary hospital or providing feedback on your experience at Frisco Pet Hospital, I will provide red-carpet service for you and your pets every step of the way by empowering the best team around.
In my free time I enjoy going to the lake with my children to teach them to surf, ski, and wakeboard. Along with my husband Michael, I have five children, Barrett, Jaxon, Kason, Madelynn, and Hunter. We also have three dogs, Sammy, Harley, and Nova.
I am a college student who has attended Tarleton State University seeking an Animal Science, pre-vet degree. It has always been a passion of mine to work with animals so, throughout the years, I have been getting as much experience as I can get and furthering my knowledge to become a Veterinarian in the future. Through classes, clubs, and volunteering, I definitely enjoy being a part of the Veterinary community. I also have volunteered for the SPCA as an adoption counselor and animal handler for 2 years. Thanks to my wonderful friends and family supporting me along the way, my goal is to graduate through Tarleton and go to Vet School to further my studies into my dream of becoming a Veterinarian.
I have two dogs of my own, Drew and Lua and they are the coolest dogs anyone could ask for. They are definitely a part of the big heart I have for animals and my love for caring for all of them. I am so grateful to be a part of such a wonderful community and excited to take great care of many animals.
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I am a graduate of New Mexico State University with a Bachelor’s in Animal Science.
Working at a veterinarian’s office out of college only spurred my love and desire to be involved with animals. After many years of corporate work, I returned to my passion and became a dog sitter/walker and spent over 15 years volunteering and fostering for Husky Rescue. I love helping animals, enjoy speaking with people about their pets, and making new furry friends.
I have been married to my husband for 22 years and we have 2 fun-loving teenagers.
We share our home with 3 furbabies, Cami, Beau, and Charlie.
We enjoy sports, the outdoors, and traveling.
Hello!! My name is Taylor Graham and I’m so excited to be able to care for your fur babies! I am a local Texan, born and raised here in Frisco. Currently, I am enrolled at Collin College to get an associates of science but come next fall I plan to attend A&M to get my bachelors of animal science with the end goal of getting into vet school!! I have worked in the veterinary field as a vet assistant up in Arkansas but I am excited to continue to learn and grow while here at Frisco Pet Hospital so I can be prepared for my future veterinary career.
When I’m not working or studying you can find me at home with my mini jungle of plants and my rambunctious cat Biscuit. I am a lover of all things nature, for I enjoy foraging outside and making my own self-sustainable terrariums. My cat, whom I found as a stray, enjoys digging up my plants and munching on them so we often butt heads about my growing plant collection. Although very mischievous, Biscuit is a loving and playful kitty whose impact on my life is what initially inspired me to become a veterinarian.
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Megan has worked in veterinary medicine for over ten years. She graduated in 2011 from William Woods University with a bachelor’s degree in Communications & Equine Science. After graduating college, she started working at the University of Missouri’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital before moving back to Texas in 2018.
Megan has experience in both equine and small animal medicine. She is familiar with emergency and triage along with being a technician, vet assistant for appointments and surgeries. Her strength and passion aside from loving on the animals are educating pet parents on why certain practices and procedures are performed and necessary for their pet’s overall health. Megan and her soon-to-be husband have two dogs Glitter a wire-haired terrier mix and Gunner an 8lb Chiweenie (that looks more like a mini Italian greyhound).