Dr. Brad Singleton is a graduate of Louisiana State University where he earned his Bachelor’s degree and then attended the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine to earn his doctorate. During veterinary school, he was an active member in many organizations. He served as president for Wildlife, Avian, Zoo, and Exotic Medicine, and was a student director for the Raptor and Wildlife Rehabilitation Unit. He was author and co-author of multiple research articles included in major peer-reviewed publications and spent his free time volunteering at a nature center. One of his most rewarding experiences during that time was volunteering to assist pets that were victims of Hurricane Katrina and their owners.
Brad practiced at several fast-paced practices prior to opening South Park Animal Hospital in South Austin in 2011. There he has gained a reputation for being thorough with his clients so they understand their pet’s medical issues, so they are able to help their beloved 4-legged friends. He loves to take his time with both the animals and the people to ensure they have a minimally-stressful visit.
In his free time Brad enjoys spending time with his own pets, trail hiking with his wife and two sons, working outside, and music.
Dr. Kim Glowski grew up in St. Louis and graduated from the University of Missouri where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Sciences. She then attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts, finishing her clinical year at Louisiana State University. Following graduation, she moved to Chicago to work in a busy, small animal practice. After barely surviving two full winters, she decided to move to beautiful Austin.
Other than treating adorable animals, Dr. Glowski’s interests include hiking, sleeping, and watching YouTube videos of cats. She currently shares her home with her soulmate, Gizmo the Papillon and her best friend, Cujo the Shih Tzu.
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“I love animals. Growing up I always knew I wanted to work with animals but was never quite sure what that would look like for me. When I realized that being a vet technician tied all the things I love and enjoy together, I just knew it was meant to be. I get to work with animals, interact with clients and learn new things about vet medicine every day…all the while knowing I may have made a difference in someone’s life today.”
Miranda has two dogs and two cats. Garfield, her orange long-haired tabby is her closest friend. He has been by her side since 2003. Stitch, also a long-haired tabby, has been his partner in crime since 2008. They spend their days lounging around on window sills waiting for dinnertime and tormenting the dogs. Miranda’s best friend, Roxii, is a Labrador/Border Collie mix. Miranda adopted Roxii as a pup in 2007 after getting settled in Austin. She goes everywhere with Miranda and her favorite place is Red Bud Trail Island. And last, but never least, is Patron. Hand fed from the age of 4 weeks when Miranda got him in 2007 because he refused to eat from a bowl, he still tends to be the baby of the family. He is a Staffordshire Terrier and likes to spend his time chasing and tormenting squirrels.
“I want to provide care for those who do not have the ability to help themselves. I believe most people want to help their animals in any way that they can, they just don’t always know how. Animals have always had a place in my heart, and I hope I can continue working with them in some way for the rest of my life.”
Sarah loves cats and enjoys providing them with a low-stress environment while at work. When not at work, Sarah spends her time kicking it with her two cats and jamming out on the piano, guitar, and even the trumpet. She has been with our team since April 2016 and is fantastic at venipuncture and catheter placement. Sarah is excited to get to meet all of the fur babies and pet owners of Southwest Austin.