Our Team

The Family Pet Clinic of Grapevine team

Our staff of experienced and expert veterinarian doctors and skilled vet staff is ready when your pet needs us. Call or contact us today to learn more.

Lead Veterinary Nurse

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Bob Wu

Bob’s real name is Wu Zhou, which he is still called by his family. But he hails from China, so he decided to be called Bob to assimilate easier into American culture. He has a wife named Yu Xuan and a son named Wilson. He received his Biology degree in China and completed a Biology Masters at Mississippi State. His friends describe him as easy-going and a good listener with a touch of humor. He loves animals and his pets have included dogs, cats, chickens and rabbits. He also likes collecting stamps and watching football. Recently, he adopted his first “American” pet named Wiggles, but of course, it had to be a Shih Tzu.

Veterinary Nurse

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Katie Russell

Katie came fresh out of school in 2013 to work for Family Pet Clinic. Growing up in a zoo of animals, she has a great love for pets. It is a great, rewarding feeling to contribute to animal’s lives and their well-being. At home, when she’s not chasing her beautiful two year old daughter Audrey, she is most likely at the lake with her two dogs Lucy and Dexter. She also enjoys spending time with her loving family on the weekends, hunting and attending rodeos.

Veterinary Nurse

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Zac Rocha

Zac joined Family Pet Clinic in August of 2012 as a receptionist at the Family Pet Clinic North Richland Hills location. In December of 2013 he made the transition to the Grapevine to provide nursing support for the growing hospital. Zac has always had a love for animals and a plethora of pets growing up including: dogs, iguanas, ferrets, fish and a rabbit. When not caring for the needs of clients’ pets, Zac is either at Tarrant County College – Trinity River Campus, where he is studying to become an American Sign Language Interpreter, or at home snuggled with his dog Bailey, who he claims is his “fur-baby.”

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