Meet Our Team

Meet the County Line Veterinary Clinic Team

 Devlon Hogue: Practice Manager

"Focused on Exceeding the Expectations of Every Client"

Devlon originally entered into the veterinary field as a 14 year old boy whose parents simply asked a family friend to put him to work as a kennel boy in a veterinary clinic to keep him out of trouble. Little did they know this would spark a career. Upon graduating from high school in Dallas, Devlon headed to College Station and received a BS in Agricultural Development from Texas A&M. During his time at Texas A&M, he continue working with veterinary clinics at which time he transitioned from the technical side to the administrative side of veterinary medicine. Devlon continues to dedicate his time in the veterinary field to customer service and exceeding the expectations of every pet owner.

When he is not at the clinic, you are sure to find him on the water or in the woods pursuing his love of fishing and hunting. In addition, Devlon finds greater enjoyment teaching these skills to his children.   On a rainy day, he can be found remodeling his house or in his garage/workshop developing his next project. 

Ashton: Veterinary Technician 

Born and raised in Texas, Ashton joined CLVC 5 days before the door opened to the public in 2007 as the very first employee. Her outgoing personality and friendly demeanor combined with her versatility makes her an exceptional member of our technician team. Ashton works to facilitate patient care in exam rooms, laboratory testing, surgical assistance, dentals, medicating animals, managing the technical staff and performing numerous other tasks to ensure each client has the best experience with us. In addition to caring for your companion, Ashton is a student studying to one day become a licensed veterinary technician and join the CLVC management team.

 Kayla:Veterinary Technician

Kayla, a native of New Braunfels, joined the County Line Team as a Veterinary Technician in December of 2014. With many years of experience as a technician, Kayla excels in helping your companion in the exam room, assisting with drop off appointments, helping in the surgery room, performing dental cleanings, and performing laboratory testing. She is currently in pursuit to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician and has already earned her Certified Veterinary Technician Level 1. Her bubbly disposition and enthusiasm for the veterinary field make Kayla a true asset to your companion.

Colleen: Technician Operation & Training Director/Veterinary Technician

Colleen, a new resident of New Braunfels, joined the County Line team as a veterinary technician in December of 2014. She spends her time at the clinic caring for your companion in the exam room, the hospital, and when here for surgery.   As well, Colleen has a great focus in dentistry.   She has been apart of the veterinary field for several years with aspirations of one day becoming a LVT and leads our Technicians as a member of our Leadership Team.  

When not caring for your companion, Colleen can be found spending time with her family, particularly her Golden Retriever, Dixie Mae and her newest companion Gracie Lynn.  

Jillian: Veterinary Technician 

Jill joined the CLVC Technician Team just after New Years Day in 2017. She moved all the way from Idaho where she worked as a technician for over 5 years. Jill’s infectious smile and true love of animals makes her a great asset to County Line and the care your companion receives.  

Micki: Veterinary Technician 

Micki joined the Veterinary Technician Team in August 2017 with many years in the veterinary field at a specialty center. Her vast knowledge and great attention to detail make her a great asset to patient care and surgery. We are excited your companions can benefit from her abilities. 

Jennifer U: Veterinary Technician 

Jennifer began her career in the animal world in 2011 as a kennel girl in San Marcos. Today, she is a part of the County Line Veterinary Technician Team utilizing her years of experience to help care for your companion.

Chris: Veterinary Technician 

After many years of working in human medicine & dentistry, Chris decided that caring for animals is her calling. Plus, animal patients seem to talk back a lot less. She joined the Veterinary Technician Team in March of 2018 to care for your companion.

Alexis: Veterinary Technician 

Alexis, a native of New Braunfels, is a member of our Veterinary Technician Team. She began working in the veterinary field many years ago in pursuit of becoming a Licensed Veterinary Technician one day. We are excited she is pursuing that path with County Line. We look forward to your companion meeting her on your next visit!

 Sydney: Veterinary Technician

Sydney, a member of the Technician Team, joined with many years of experience in the animal world. Her journey started as a kennel girl in Georgia, took her to Massachusetts as a technician assistant, and landed her in Texas as a technician. Sydney is in the final semester of completing her journey of becoming a Licensed Veterinary Technician. Her many years of experience and knowledge will benefit your companion in both the exam room and the surgery room. We are excited Sydney is part of the team.

 Cassy: Veterinary Technician

Cassy, a native Texan from Corpus Christi, joined the animal world many years ago as a kennel girl. She continued her dedication in the field and gained experience as a veterinary receptionist and technician for both large and small animals. We are honored she joined County Line as part of the Veterinary Technician Team for your companion to benefit from her many years of experience.

 Audrey: Veterinary Technician

Audrey, Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2018- WHOOP, joined the County Line Veterinary Technician Team with many years of experience “…making sure the patients are happy, and healthy.” She is dedicated to the care of your companion with aspirations of attending veterinary school one day. We are excited to be part of her journey!

 Melinda: Shift Lead Kennel Technician

Melinda joined the County Line team a few days after New Years in 2014 with the aspirations of one day becoming a Veterinary Technician and is currently pursuing that path through the Penn Foster online program. In addition, Melinda has become the go to person for Dr. Fowler and the Veterinary Technicians. Melinda is our the Lead Kennel Technician, the immediate supervisor to the kennel team, and spends half of her time working directly with the Technician Team.

When not focused on caring for your companion at County Line, Melinda trains in Karate in pursuit of earning her Black Belt.

 Todd: Kennel Technician

Spending the majority of his life in Houston, Todd moved to the New Braunfels area in 2015 and joined the County Line team as part of our Kennel Team.   Todd transitioned from the food services industry to pursue a career following his lifelong love for animals and how different their personalities are from people.   During any free moment throughout the day, Todd will be found spoiling your companion with a little extra attention.   Todd truly understands the “animal human bond” and we are excited that he is here to care for your companion.

 Darian: Lead Kennel Technician

 Darian, born and raised in Washington State made her way to Texas  as quickly as she could.   Darian's love for animals started when she  was a child as they were always a part of her life.   She starts each  day with a smile knowing that she will spend the day caring for your  companions!   She joined our Kennel Team in 2016 following her  childhood dream of working with animals. Darian is also an integral part of training our new team members to care for your companion and became a part of the CLVC Leadership Team upon accepting the role of Lead Kennel Technician in 2018.   We are fortunate to have her dedication to your companions! 

 Taylor: Kennel Technician

Taylor, known to her County Line Kennel Teammates as “TG”, is one of our local NB Unicorns caring for your companion after school and on the weekends. In her spare time, she can be found hooping it up on the  basketball court. As well, we are very excited that Taylor is intending to attend Texas A&M!!!
Gig'em Taylor.

 Samantha: Kennel Technician

Samantha joined the Kennel Team in July 2017 to do what she loves most, caring for animals. To further pursue this passion, Samantha has started school to accomplish a long desired career path of becoming a licensed Veterinary Technician. In addition to remaining essential asset of our Kennel Team, Samantha now spends half of her time in the exam rooms working with your companion as part of our Veterinary Technician Team. It is exciting to see Samantha pursue her dream.   

 Kassidy: Kennel Technician

Kassidy, another one of our proud & mighty Unicorns plus a member of the NB Swim Team, cares for your companion as part of the CLVC Kennel Team after school and on weekends. 

 Shelby: Kennel Technician

Shelby, a native of New Braunfels, joined our Kennel Team in July 2018. She joins CLVC with several years working with animals as both a trainer and a kennel technician. Her attention to detail and commitment to follow through make her a true asset. We are excited that your companions get to benefit from her experience and dedication in the animal world.


Alex: Front Desk Lead Receptionist

Originally from Houston, Alex moved to San Marcos to pursue her degree in Vocal Performance and Business administration. We are excited that she joined the Front Desk Team at County Line during the summer of 2016 with an unmatched caring desire for the well being of your companion. As well, Alex is leads the front desk team as our Lead Receptionist. When not up front, she can be found showering your pets with extra love during their stay.

When not at the clinic, Alex enjoys playing video games, singing, and donating handmade dog sweaters and cat toys to the local animal shelters. As well, she spends a great deal of time giving back to the community by volunteering for a variety of non-profit organizations.

Sarah: Front Desk 

Sarah has been a part of County Line prior to the doors opening in 2007, originally as a volunteer. She officially joined the practice as a member of the kennel team in 2011, and eventually moved up to the work the front desk while making customer service her priority. Sarah is always dedicated to being a team player, determined to make things run as smoothly as possible.

When not at the clinic, Sarah can be found watching F.R.I.E.N.D.S. on Netflix with her two cats; Joey and Chandler.

Brenda: Front Desk 

Brenda, a member of our Front Desk Team is here to help you on the phone or in person. Her many years of experience and knowledge in the veterinary field makes her a great asset in preparing for your arrival.

Michelle: Front Desk 

After many years of worldly service and travels with the military, we are thankful Michelle and her family have settled in New Braunfels. Thanks to your family for the service and commitment. Michelle’s infectious smile looks forward to greeting you and your companion upon your arrival for a superior customer service experience. 

Caitlin: Front Desk 

With a strong affinity for our feline friends, we were excited to welcome Caitlin as part of our Front Desk Team. She came to us from the San Marcos Cattery Lounge with the responsibility of “prioritizing the cats’ safety and comfort at all times”. When not up front, you can rest assured Caitlin is pampering the feline guests with Catnip Bubbles. We are excited to have her here for all of our furry friends!

Stephanie: Front Desk

Stephanie joined the front desk team in May 2018 after many years as a professional Hairstylist. She put down the scissors to bring CLVC years of customer service experience to help facilitate the check-in and check-out process of your companion. Do not hesitate to ask her for help, she is here for your needs.

Sammy: Front Desk

After many years as a Nurse on the human side, Sammy hung up the stethoscope to join the CLVC Front Desk Team. Her infectious smile is dedicated to assisting you and your companion!

Misty: Front Desk

After 17 years as a veterinary receptionist in Oklahoma, Misti made her way down to Texas to join County Line as a member of the front desk team. Her dedication to customer service will ensure your companion receives the care he/she deserves.

 Taylar-Mae: Kennel Technician

Taylar-Mae, our newest cat enthusiast, is a proud member of the County Line Kennel Team dedicated to pampering your companion during his/her stay. When a spare moment presents itself, Taylar-Mae will often be found spoiling our feline friends in our cat only boarding suite. As well, if you have an ear to bend, she loves to tell stories of her own feline companion, Koda.

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  • "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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