Roy D. Moore, MBA
Dr. Roy, as he is referred to by the staff, joined our practice in June of 2016 after completing his veterinary degree from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine in May of 2016. Dr. Roy also earned a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School. As a new graduate, he is excited to begin his career and is eager to learn.
He especially enjoys surgery. His goal as a veterinarian is to enhance the lives of his clients, making their pets happy and healthy. His leisure activities include hunting, fishing, and improving his physical fitness.
Dr. Tammy Fontanez
Dr. Tammy Fontanez, a 1991 graduate from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, has 25 years of experience in general surgery, diagnostic care, and animal behavior. She is married and has two daughters. They share their home with three dogs and a cat.
She enjoys competitive distance running with her husband, baking, theatre, and the San Antonio Spurs. She is very active at her church, especially with first and second-graders in CCD.
Dr. Gary Sparschu
Dr. Gary L. Sparschu, with over 35 years of experience in Veterinary Medicine, is a graduate of Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a renowned AKC dog show judge in the USA and internationally.
Dr. Sparschu has bred and shown Old English Sheepdogs, Chinese Shar-Pei, and Tibetan Spaniels. He enjoys kayaking, bird watching, and dog show judging.
Dr. Betty Wilson
Dr. Betty Wilson, also a graduate of Texas A &M College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 1980, has over 36 years of experience in emergency care, internal medicine, imaging, general and orthopedic surgery, diagnostic care, and animal behavior.
She is married with two furry kids. She loves cooking, reading, movies, art, and bad jokes.
Royston W. (Mike) Moore
Dr. Moore is the founder and owner of Southside Animal Hospital (SSAH). While aboard an aircraft carrier during the Vietnam conflict, he realized his life’s calling was veterinary medicine. After completing his military service, he enrolled in Texas A&M University and completed his undergraduate degree in 1976. His veterinary career began in 1979 when he graduated from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. After selling his veterinary practice in central Texas, he and his family moved back to Corpus Christi and opened SSAH in 1993.
His efforts to enrich the veterinary community include his seat on the development council at Texas A&M’s veterinary school and his previous service as president of the Coastal Bend Veterinary Medical Association (CBVMA). His passion for helping our nation’s heroes inspired him to develop Hank’s & Eli’s Fund, which provides financial support for the veterinary needs of military veterans and active duty service members.
In his free time, Dr. Moore could be found on the water, as he is an avid outdoorsman. His love for animals and affinity for a rural lifestyle has driven him to enter into the deer and cattle business, where he manages both of his herds at the family ranch.