The Stonebriar Difference

Here at Stonebriar Veterinary Centre, our professional staff of Veterinarians, nurses and office staff are prepared to meet all the needs of your furry family members. Our caring team is constantly looking out for the well-being of your pet. From the time you arrive at Stonebriar Vet Centre, to the time you prepare to leave, we take all the necessary steps to ensure your pet’s health issues have been addressed and you feel confident about their well-being.

Our Veterinarians

Our Veterinarians

Jennifer Wilcox, DVM

Education:

  • B. S. in Biomedical Science, Texas A&M, 1991
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M, 1995

Member:

  • AVSAB: American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior
  • TVMA: Texas Veterinary Medical Association
  • AVMA: American Veterinary Medical Association
  • AAFP: American Association of Feline Practitioners
Jennifer WIlcox, DVM and family

On behalf of our entire staff, let me welcome you to Stonebriar Veterinary Centre. I am a native of North Texas and I am proud to call Frisco my home. I was lucky to have grown up surrounded by a variety of farm and companion animals. It gave me joy and pride to help care for them and laid the foundation for the rest of my life’s work. Having practiced for several years in a variety of clinics doing relief work, I gained a unique perspective to assist me in building my dream – a practice focused on exceptional medical care, patient comfort and client service. My professional interests include dentistry, client education, behavioral counseling, and general surgery.

Sylvia Gutierrez, DVM

Education:

  • B. S. in Neurobiology and Animal Physiology, Purdue University, 1990
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Purdue University, 1994

Member:

  • AVMA: American Veterinary Medical Association
  • TVMA: Texas Veterinary Medical Association
  • AAMV: American Association of Mammalian Veterinarians
Sylvia Gutierrez, DVM

I am a native of San Juan, Puerto Rico and decided to leave the sunshine and experience college life in the Midwest. After graduation, I had the opportunity to spend time in San Diego at the Wild Animal Park and Avian and Exotic Animal Hospital of San Diego. This is where I met my husband Michael. We relocated to Scottsdale, Arizona in 1995 where I spent 8 years working alongside a doctor who specialized in dermatology. This was an extremely valuable experience for me. My husband’s job transferred us to Dallas in 2003 and I have been fortunate to work at Stonebriar Veterinary Centre since 2005. It is amazing to be able to work in a place where patient care is the number one priority.

Texas is very special to us since this is where our sons Dante and Vasco were born. When I’m not busy with them, I love to do yoga and read. I also sit on the board of Mosaic Family Services.

We share our home with our three beloved Yorkies, “Franco”,” Eva” and “Lego”. My special areas of professional interest include internal medicine, dermatology, soft tissue surgery and small mammal medicine. My sincere commitment is to offer you the most honest and highest quality medicine and surgery available. Our goal is to keep your furry companion healthy and happy for many, many years to come. I look forward to seeing you soon!

Paige Wenaas, DVM

Education:

  • B.S. in Biomedical Science, Texas A&M University, 1994
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University, 1998

Member:

  • AVMA: American Veterinary Medical Association
  • TVMA: Texas Veterinary Medical Association

I have wanted to be a veterinarian since I was young child and left my best friend, a sheltie named Lady, at the veterinary clinic for surgery. Initially, I just wanted to be the one that got to stay with her instead of leave her behind for care. However once I picked her up, took her home, and noticed how much better she felt, I was determined to be the person that made all our four legged best friends feel better.

Thankfully, I had a very supportive family that let me escape my Sooner upbringing to go to Texas A&M University and follow my dream. I spent eight great years in College Station working through my undergraduate degree as well as my DVM. I met my husband, Christopher, while I was in veterinary school and he was completing a Masters in Engineering. After graduation, we moved to the Frisco area where we both found great jobs. We have been blessed with two great children whom we love to watch enjoy life and play sports. I was fortunate when they were young to have the opportunity to work at the Emergency Animal Hospital of Collin County.

During my seven years at the EAHCC, I was given the opportunity to become familiar with the day clinics in the area. It became evident to me that Stonebriar Veterinary Centre was determined to be amongst the best in the area. The doctors’ commitment to patient care and comfort was evident in their detailed transfer paperwork and phone calls. Beyond that their dedication to client education made me realize it would be a great place to work. When given the opportunity to join their team, I jumped at the chance and have loved my time here ever since then.

Ashley Myers, DVM

Education:

  • B.S. in Animal Science from Virginia Tech
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Oklahoma State College of Veterinary Medicine

Certifications:

  • Veterinary Acupuncture

“I wasn’t born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could!” Born and raised in northern Virginia, I’m thrilled to be able to say I am living my childhood dream of being a veterinarian. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Virginia Tech, and went from being a Hokie to a Cowboy, graduating from Oklahoma State College of Veterinary Medicine. I met my husband in vet school, and we moved to Columbus, Ohio for a year where I began practicing small animal medicine and surgery. My husband and I moved to Dallas in 2016 and I am so lucky to have joined Stonebriar Veterinary Centre soon after.

After graduation, I spent a year completing additional training to become one of only a handful who are certified in veterinary acupuncture in the DFW area, and I truly enjoy being able to implement this treatment modality in everyday practice. I have a special interest in behavior medicine (partly due to my own pets!) and I completed an externship with a boarded veterinary behaviorist during my clinical year of vet school.

When I’m not working, I love spending time with my family, as my husband and I recently welcomed a daughter to our lives. We share our home with our Australian shepherd, Belle – I have a soft spot for the herding breeds – and our mischievous cat, Ella. I enjoy photography, country music, and dog agility/training.