Our Practice

We are a full-service animal hospital providing comprehensive pet healthcare services in Irving, TX. Our veterinarians offer a wide variety of medical, surgical, and dental services. Our hospital has advanced equipment and technologies, including comprehensive in-house testing for accurate diagnosis, digital x-ray, surgical suites, dental suites, and a pharmacy. We are committed to providing quality care at every stage of your pet's life. From routine preventive care to early detection and treatment of a wide range of conditions and diseases, we have the expertise to provide the highest standard of care for your pet. We also serve  Farmers Branch, Las Colinas, Coppell, Grapevine, and Lewisville.

  • Tina Capps, DVM

    Medical Director

    Dr. Tina Capps graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in both Veterinary Science and Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University. She then went to Texas A&M Veterinary College and received her doctorate in 1996.  Dr. Capps started her veterinary career in Southlake prior to joining the team at Valley Ranch Pet Clinic in 1997.

    ​Dr. Capps enjoys both surgery and internal medicine but has a special interest in cardiology.  She introduced ultrasound to Valley Ranch Pet Clinic and continues to use this in her practices.  Recently, Dr. Capps has become certified in stem cell therapy and offers this in addition to her traditional practice.

    ​Dr. Capps was voted one of “America’s Top Veterinarians” (in 2007 and 2008) by The Consumers Research Council of America for small animal medicine. She enjoys a wide variety of hobbies such as cycling, photography, and winemaking.  Her favorite hobby, however, is hanging out with her son Jaxon and their varied four-legged friends.

  • Greg Rouchon, DVM

    Veterinarian

    Dr. Rouchon received a Bachelor of Science in both Biomedical and Veterinary Science from Texas A&M University. He earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 1987 from Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, Dr. Rouchon began to practice small animal internal medicine and surgery in San Antonio, TX (at an emergency hospital) for one and a half years.

    After being appointed Chief of Medicine and Surgery at a private practice in 1989, Dr. Rouchon decided to relocate to the DFW area to begin his own small animal practice at the Valley Ranch Pet Clinic, which he eventually purchased in 1993. He strives to maintain advanced veterinary medical skills by completing at least 25 hours of continuing education each year. His furry family includes a small colony of feline rescues who have truly found paradise at the Rouchon cat sanctuary, complete with a leather couch, air purifier, and flat-screen TV.

  • Beth Frank, DVM, MS, cVMA, CCRT

    Veterinarian

    Dr. Beth Frank graduated from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO in 2003 with her Bachelor of Science in Equine Science with minors in Agriculture Business and Neuroanatomy. She continued her education at CSU to complete her DVM in 2007 and joined the university after graduation to work at the prestigious Equine Reproduction Lab. She completed her Master’s degree in Reproductive Physiology before venturing out into private practice. She has enjoyed working in both equine and small animal practices gaining a wide variety of clinical and practical experience. She joins us from Reno, NV where she was the Head of the Rehabilitation and Integrative Medicine Department at one of the region’s largest surgical referral and emergency centers.

    Dr. Frank enjoys small animal clinical medicine and has a special interest in rehabilitation, pain management, and integrative medicine. She is certified in acupuncture and rehabilitation and is becoming a certified veterinary pain practitioner. She incorporates this knowledge in addition to traditional/western medicine approaches to all her patients. She likes working with pre and post-operative patients, along with designing conservative approaches to orthopedic injuries. Treating and developing programs for down dogs/hindlimb weakness and neurological patients is a great passion project for Dr. Frank. She loves to help develop compassion care/quality of life treatment programs for our older pet population that allows them to live the best quality of life as pain-free as possible.

    Dr. Frank is continually active in her free time and enjoys competing on her horses, racing triathlons, or baking. She donates her time to help with Bengal cat rescue groups and has adopted two of the special needs Bengals. She has quite the zoo at home with horses, cats, and dogs to keep her entertained and busy.

  • Michele Broadhurst, DC, CCRP, CSMP, CCSP, FIAMA, CAC IVCA

    Certified Animal Chiropractor

    Dr. Broadhurst graduated from Chiropractic College (DIT) at the end of 2003. She learned about myofascial dry needling in her third year at university and used it extensively in her two-year residency. After graduating from Chiropractic College Dr. Broadhurst then went on to study further and was awarded her diploma as an Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician from the International Federation of Chiropractic Sports. Dr. Broadhurst joined Dr. Angus and his West Coast, South Africa Chiropractic team in 2005. The practice flourished and grew, offering pain relief to everyone from babies and geriatrics, to athletes and chronic pain sufferers.

    In 2006, Dr. Broadhurst traveled to the US, certifying with Options for Animals and the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association as an Animal Chiropractor. On her return to South Africa, she built an exceptionally busy and well-known small and large animal practice, specializing in stud, racehorses, and canines.

    Dr. Broadhurst worked for many prominent stud farms including Drakenstein Stud, Klawervlei, Maine Chance, Highlands, Lammerskraal, Sandown, Nutfield, Varsfontein Stud, and others. Her resumé includes working for top South African thoroughbred racehorse trainers, including the J&B Met and Queen’s Plate winners. She was one of the first animal chiropractors to practice in South Africa and was a mentor to many. Dr. Broadhurst has helped thousands of humans and animals with myofascial work and chiropractic.

    In late 2017, Drs Angus and Broadhurst moved to the US where they currently reside. Dr Broadhurst qualified under Dr John Amaro (IAMA) as a Chiropractic acupuncturist and certified as a Canine Rehabilitative Practitioner through the University of Tennessee- one of only 4 DCs worldwide are privileged enough to hold this certification. Dr Broadhurst is the author of three books: “A clinicians guide to myofascial pain in the canine patient, A clinicians guide to myofascial pain in the equine patient and A Clinicians guide to dry needling for myofascial pain.” She lectures extensively nationally and internationally on the integration of functional and structural medicine and is considered a leader in the field of myofascial pain in animals. She is thrilled to be a member of the Valley Ranch team.

  • Gynia Ahalt

    Hospital Manager

  • Lauren

    Veterinary Technician

  • Jessica

    Veterinary Technician

  • Brandy

    Veterinary Technician

  • Cayla

    Veterinary Technician

  • Isabel

    Veterinary Technician

  • Jillian

    Veterinary Technician

  • Alexandria

    Veterinary Technician

  • Julie

    Lead Receptionist

  • Leigh

    Receptionist

  • Heidi

    Receptionist

  • Megan

    Receptionist

  • Nicole

    Animal Caretaker

  • Luis

    Animal Caretaker