Dr. Vanessa Ali


Dr. Vanessa Ali grew up in Plano, Texas, where she resides today. She attended Texas A&M Commerce for undergrad and earned her veterinary degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to attending veterinary school, she competed for over 10 years with her Paso Fino Horses. After an internship at Rockwall Equine Center, Dr. Ali worked at PMCOD from 2012 to 2013. She refined her expertise as a veterinarian at several clinics in the DFW area before officially accepting the torch from Dr. Fuller in 2019. 

Dr. Ali has many pets, including several horses, a small herd of goats, a dog, "Saphira," and two cats, "Fiona" and "Tigger." When she isn't working, she enjoys hanging out with family and friends, riding and showing horses, and cooking.

Dr. Jeremy Ledlie

Dr. Jeremy Ledlie attended Texas A&M University for undergrad and earned his veterinary degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. Dr. Ledlie provided relief work for numerous veterinary clinics in the Dallas/Duncanville area for several years, before signing on as an associate veterinarian with PMCOD in 2019.

When not working, he enjoys foreign films and spending time outdoors. 

He and his fiancé Taylor are remodeling their house, where they live with “Jameson” and “Tulla” (Pit Bull mixes), “Pigwigeon” and “Baño” (domestic shorthair cats), and "Ghost," their red-footed tortoise.

Dr. Donna Fuller


Dr. Fuller is proud to have nearly 40 years experience with the PMCOD family! She came to Cedar Ridge Animal Clinic (our former name) straight out of veterinary school in 1981, and bought into the practice the next year. She purchased it from Dr. Mac Warren in 1996.
Dr. Fuller graduated from Texas A&M with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

In her spare time, Dr. Fuller enjoys spending time with her husband, Ozzie, and her own pets, and visiting with her family.
She also enjoys swimming, riding her horses, Checotah and Goose, and working in her flower gardens. She has 2 dogs, "Shrimp", a Great Pyrenees mix, and "Grits", a Great Pyrenees. 



Here at Pet Medical Center we pride ourselves on retaining a team of skilled technicians who embody the perfect combination of education, compassion, and experience.
We consider ourselves advocates for your pet's care and regularly attend continuing education seminars in order to stay up-to-date on technical skills and medicine.

Hannah, LVT

Office Manager


In the Field Since: 2010
Pets: "Pomegranate" (Papillon/Pomeranian), "Pax" (Shih Tzu/ Chihuahua), "Persephone" (Teacup Chihuahua), "Pandora" and "Primrose" (Tabby cats)

Todd, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician

In the Field Since: 2013
Pets: "Eli" (Pit Bull mix), "Harley" (Jack Russell Terrier), "Iggy" (Shepherd mix), "Tucker" (Pit Bull mix), "Lincoln" (Terrier mix)


Certified Veterinary Assistant


In the Field Since: 2010
Pets: "Pumpkin", "Nosie", "Blackie", "Spot" (Domestic Shorthair cats), "Kahlua" (Australian Shepherd)



Veterinary Technician


In the Field Since: 2003

Pets: "Patrick" (Maltese/terrier mix)

Kyndale, LVT

Technician & Kennel Supervisor


In the Field Since: 2012
Pets: "Carly" (Dachshund mix
)  "Honey" (Dachshund mix), "Boota" (Pit Bull mix)


Jon, LVT

Licensed Veterinary Technician

-Habla Español-


In the Field Since: 2014
Pets: "Casey" (German Shepherd mix)


Veterinary Technician


In the Field Since: 2017
Pets: "Shiva" (Bengal cat), "Bronx" & "Zara"(Rottweilers)


Veterinary Technician

In the Field Since: 2018
Pets: "Tulla" & "Jamieson" (Pit Bull mixes),
“Pigwigeon” & “Baño” (Domestic Shorthair cats), and "Ghost" (Red-footed Tortoise.)


Client Care

Client care's main goal is exactly that - to make sure our clients and their pets receive the best possible care. From the moment we answer your call, throughout each and every visit, our highest priority is providing you with informative, quality service.
We strive to ensure you and your pet always feel welcome.


Client Care Supervisor


In the Field Since: 2009
Pets: "Tonks" (Grey tabby cat), "Bowser" (Boxer/heeler), "Reynie" (Shepherd mix)


Client Care

In the Field Since: 2017
Pets: "Pluto" (Lhasa Apso), "Posie" (Dachshund/Yorkie), "Liesl" (Bichon Frise), 

"Philodendron" (Domestic medium hair cat), and "Phlox" (Turkish Angora mix).


Client Care


In the Field Since: 2017
Pets: "Won Ton" (Golden Retriever mix), "Camber," "Roy," and "Niko" (Domestic shorthair cats).



Client Care

In the Field Since: 1995
Pets: "Mowitza" (Chihuahua).



Kennel Team

When your pets stay in our boarding facilities, they are pampered by our kennel staff.
We love meeting and getting to know the variety of pets that board with us, and and aim to make their stay comfortable and stress-free. If you're considering boarding a pet, set up a meet-and-greet so we can introduce ourselves to our future guests.


Kennel Attendant

In the Field Since: 2018
Pets: "Zipper" (Miniature Schnauzer)

EV (Evey)

Kennel Attendant

In the Field Since: 2020



Kennel Attendant

In the Field Since: 2018

Pets: "Sally" (Domestic shorthair cat)

Clinic Cats

These fine felines are permanent fixtures at Pet Medical Center. They enjoy greeting patients, sleeping on furniture, and "helping out" in the reception area.


Head Pauncho

In the Field Since: 2008

Hobbies: doing tricks for treats (he knows "sit" and "high five!")


Resident Diva

In the Field Since: 2016

Hobbies: hiding in trash cans & cupboards


Mischief Maker

In the Field Since: 2019

Hobbies: playing fetch & batting things off desks

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Phone: (972) 298-4993 Fax: (972) 296-8286

720 W Center St., Duncanville, TX 75116