Meet the Veterinary Staff

Meet the Doctors

 Elizabeth Fowler, DVM
 Practice Owner and Veterinarian

Dr. Fowler graduated Cum Laude with a BS in Veterinary Science from Texas A&M in 1988 and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M in 1991. She has been practicing in New Braunfels since 2001. She is a graduate of New Braunfels City Universtity and enjoys actively contributing to our community. She serves on the New Braunfels Animal Services Advisory Board plus an active member of the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce.  

In addition, Dr. Fowler is an active member of CCVMA, AAFP, TVMA, and AVMA.

When not involved with animals, she enjoys reading, hiking, and can even been seen occasionally acting on one of our community theater stages. One of her proudest accomplishments has been hiking the Grand Canyon from rim to rim with her husband. 2016 marked the year that they hiked Machu Pichu and the Appalachian Trail! 

Dr. Fowler has been honored to present the new home of County Line Veterinary Clinic located at 1445 S. Walnut Ave. 

 Lindsey Conway, DVM 

 Associate Veterinarian 

Dr. Conway, a native Texan from Longview, earned her veterinary degree at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. Upon graduation, she joined County Line to work along side Dr. Fowler to care for your companion. In addition, Dr. Conway is currently working towards her certification in veterinary acupuncture to provide additional benefits to your companion.

Alexandria Dorris, DVM

 Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Dorris, born and raised in San Antonio, attended Texas A&M Corpus Christi while working as a veterinary technician for over 5 years before attending Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. Dr. Dorris joins Dr. Fowler and Dr. Conway to provide “Quality Healthcare For the Life of Your Pet.”  

Kristen Martin, DVM 

Associate Veterinarian 

Dr. Martin, a graduate of Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine joined County Line in June 2018. She has a strong interest in internal medicine with a particular interest in diagnostic ultrasonography. We are excited to have her as part of the County Line Veterinary Team caring for your companion!  

 

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Testimonial

  • "Dr. Fowler Each employee, doctor and assistant is excellent in their projection of empathy, understanding and efficiency in whatever capacity they serve the clinic. I could not load pain-filled Max into the carrier to get him to the clinic this time. This was hurting him which was also hurting me. The Pet Care-A-Van came for him and the two techs who moved him were wonderful with him. I know I am extremely tenderhearted and as an avid animal lover, I know not everyone is like me, but the entire County Line team expresses a genuine care for the animals. I would never go anywhere else! Thanks for being there the last 10 years for my animals and for me. Thanks again!"
    Linda D. / New Braunfels, TX

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