Meet Our Team



Dr. D'Anne Stephens

Dr. Stephens (Doc) grew up in Norman Oklahoma and attended the University of Oklahoma where she receieved her BS in Zoology in 1989. She went on to Oklahoma State University and  graduated  May 1993 from Veterinary School .  She immediatly started working at Park Plaza Animal Clinic after doing her externship at the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center and Highland Park Animal Clinic which are both in Dallas. Dr. Stephens began her veterinary career in 1982 starting out as a kennel technichian (We still have a hard time keeping her out of there cleaning). She then started working as a technichian and a receptionist all the way through undergraduate and veterinary school. For over 20 years Dr. Stephens has been working in the DFW Metroplex, 15 of those years spent here at Park Plaza Animal Clinic. She absolutely loves what she does. Dr. Stephens has several pets of her own including 1 Shih Tzu (Ollie), a Chihuahua mix (Addie Belle), a Poodle mix (Jo Jo Binx), and 1 cat (Bentley, who is our clinic pet).  She recently lost her English Bulldog, and is missing him dearly.  In her spare time she enjoys watching her daughter jumping horses and growing up in those wonderful teanage years. (LOL).  


Practice Manager/ Technician

Brandi has been with us since June of 2012. She has 13 years experience in the veterinary field. When she is not at work she loves to spend time with her 2 children ( Londyn and Landon ) and her own personal zoo of animals at home. 


Assistant Manager/ Technician

        Leslie is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington with a bachelor's degree in Biology. She has been a member of our team since July 2014 as a veterinary and surgical technician. She has several rescued animals, including 2 cats, Marcus and Marshmallow, 2 dogs, Darwin, a miniature dachshund who goes to work with her daily, and Leia, a Pomeranian. She also has several catfish, gouramis and plexostomus named after Lord of the Rings characters.




Jessica has been part of our team since August 2015. She is currently going to school at UTA to get her bachelors degree in Biology, she hopes to attend vet school soon after. She has always had dreams of becoming a Veterinarian and is grateful to have the opportunity to be working with a great group of people and Dr. Stephens who teaches her a lot. She loves working with animals and couldnt see herself doing anything else. When she is not at work she loves spending time with her 5 dogs, Toto (miniature schnauzer) , Lucy (lab mix) , Frankie (yorkie mix), Scrappy (terrier mix) , and  Jojo Binx (poodle mix). Frankie, Scrappy and Jojo Binx were all adopted from Park Plaza. 

Estefania (Steph) -Receptionist/ Veterinary Assistant

Steph has been with us since August 2015.





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  • "We love this place. Staff is very friendly and prices are reasonable, the Dr. Is very knowledgeable about bulldogs and spends a lot of time with the owners explaining everything. We live 45 mins away but make the drive just because we know we are getting the best! Would recommend to anyone!"
    Daniel P. Arlington, TX

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