Our Team


Treating You and Your Animals with Compassion, Respect, and Dedication

Our licensed veterinarians have over 70 years of combined experience in animal health care, and many of them have worked out of Animal Health & Medical Center for over 15 years. By choosing us as your Stephenville vet clinic, you get the world-class expertise of top-trained veterinary staff backed by the friendly support of a Texan neighbor.

Our Experienced Veterinarians


Dr. Robert Waldron, DVM



Predominant area of practice: Large animal medicine
Special interests: What are his special interests?

While in pre-veterinary school at Tarleton State University, Dr. Waldron worked for the Animal Health & Medical Center as a large animal tech for 3 years, after which he went on to study at Texas A&M University in College Station in 1988. Upon graduating from Texas A&M, Dr. Waldron came back to join the clinic. Dr. Waldron and his wife, Carla, live on their farm near Dublin with their daughter Laura.


Dr. Robert M. White, DVM



Predominant area of practice: Small animal medicine
Special interests: Surgery, orthopedics, and wellness

Dr. White graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station in 1974, and he joined the Animal Health & Medical Center family in 1994. He enjoys being with his family: his wife Melba, his high school sweetheart whom he married in 1969; his three children; and a growing number of grandchildren. He also enjoys being outdoors, hunting, guns, and woodworking.


Dr. Jeff C. Gaiser, DVM



Predominant area of practice: Large animal medicine
Special interests: Beef and dairy cattle

Dr. Gaiser graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station in 1994 and joined the Animal Health & Medical Center family the same year. He is married to Laurie and enjoys fishing and traveling.


Dr. Douglas Barry, DVM



Predominant area of practice: Large animal medicine
Special interests: Dairy herd health

Dr. Barry graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas in 1997. He joined the Animal Health & Medical Center family in 1998. He finds great joy in serving and following the Lord Jesus Christ and spending time with his wife, Dr. Tracie Barry, and their three children. His hobbies are bike riding and playing the banjo.


Dr. Tracie Barry, DVM



Predominant area of practice: Small animal medicine
Special interests: Surgery, preventative medicine

Dr. Barry graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station in 1997. While in vet school, she met her husband, Dr. Doug Barry, DVM, and they were married in 1997. She joined the Animal Health & Medical Center family in 1999. Dr. Barry, a self-described “soccer mom,” loves being with her husband and three children—Katelyn, Luke, and Nate—and enjoys scrapbooking.


Dr. Grayson Gerhardt, DVM



Predominant area of practice: Small animal medicine
Special interests: Surgery

Dr. Gerhardt graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station in 2007, and he joined the Animal Health & Medical Center family in 2008. He enjoys spending time with wife Lauren and son Kolsen.


Our professional groomer



Donna Svien offers grooming services by appointment only. Donna has been a professional groomer since 1972 and has operated out of the Animal Health & Medical Center since 1993.


Our helpful office staff



Pictured from left to right: Courtney, Rikarya, Holly, Kendal and Xequoia


Small animal tech, kennel, and lab staff



Standing left to right: Courtney, Crystal and Erica
Seated left to right: Tina, Sally and Mikka

Large animal tech staff



Pictured from left to right: Calvin, Brayden, Brody, Nick



We have the skilled Stephenville vets for all your animal health needs.

You can count on our highly trained, compassionate staff for any kind of animal care.