At Carrollton West Pet Hospital, our friendly, professional staff provides compassionate care for your pet throughout your visit.

Dr. Ashley Champagne

Dr. Ashley ChampagneAshley Champagne, DVM graduated magna cum laude and with honors from the University of New Orleans with a bachelor’s degree in biopsychology and biology in 1998. In 2002, she graduated from Louisiana State University near the top of the class which fulfilled a life-long dream of becoming a veterinarian. Since very early childhood, Dr. Champagne has owned and cared for many dogs, cats, small mammals such as rabbits and guinea pigs, small birds and reptiles. She practiced veterinary medicine in Florida and Louisiana before moving to Texas in 2006. She has been practicing medicine at Carrollton West Pet Hospital since that time.

Dr. Champagne’s veterinary interests include dermatology, soft tissue surgery, preventative medicine and internal medicine for all the species that she cares for. She also takes a special interest in small mammals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents and ferrets. She is married to an animal lover and has one son. She and her family currently share their house with two rescue dogs, a cat, a degu, three tortoises, a small snake and several aquariums.

Dr. Champagne works closely with several rescue agencies such as Texas Rustlers Small Mammal Rescue, North Texas Rabbit Sanctuary, Lone Star Labrador Rescue and several others. She also enjoys working with the unique needs of pets that have been rehomed or rescued from shelters. She believes that pets are part of the family and feels that the human animal bond is a special part of veterinary medicine as a whole.

Dr. Anna Osofsky

Anna Osofsky, DVM, Dipl. AVBP, Avian Practice is a 1999 graduate of the University of California, Davis (UCD) School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a 1 year internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Louisiana State University followed by a 3 year residency in Companion Avian and Exotic Animal Medicine, again at UCD. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) and is certified in avian practice. She has been a member of the CWPH team since 2006.

Dr. Osofsky enjoys caring for all types of companion pets, especially dogs, cats, rabbits, rodents, and, of course, birds.  Her special interests include companion animal wellness, rabbit and rodent dental disease and all aspects of avian medicine. Her pet family includes two 20+ year old cockatoos and a Golden Retriever.

Dr. Osofsky has published numerous journal articles on exotic pets including birds, rodents, rabbits and reptiles. She is active with the Association of Avian Veterinarians, having served as an editor for the conference proceedings and on the research committee. She is also a past Vice Chair for the credentials committee of the ABVP. Dr. Osofsky currently works with local rescue groups such as Wings of Love Bird Haven, Texas Rustlers Guinea Pig Rescue, and North Texas Rabbit Rescue. She has spoken locally for these groups as well as Tree Top Bird Store and Kookaburra Bird Shop.

Dr. Osofsky is the 2022 President of The Association of Avian Veterinarians which is a diverse global professional organization dedicated to advancing and promoting avian health, welfare, and conservation through education, advocacy, and science.

Dr. Holly Stiles

Dr. Holly Stiles graduated summa cum laude with an In Hornors degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, majoring in Biological Sciences with minors in Latin and Classical Studies. Her undergraduate research thesis studied the immune response of house finches to Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection. She obtained her degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee in 2015. She has always had an interest in exotic pets and has pursued extensive externships and continuing education concerning the medicine and surgery of exotic companion mammals, birds and  reptiles. At the annual conference of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, she presented a poster concerning spinal osteoarthritus in lions. Before joining the TEAM at Carrollton West Pet Hospital, she practiced veterinary medicine for several years in Virginia. She and her husband currently have two dogs: a Scottish Terrier named Murphy and a Corgi named Nigel. They also share their home with a chinchilla, poison dart frogs and fish.

Dr. Janine Garcia

Janine Garcia, D.V.M. is a 2019 graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Texas A&M. Dr. Garcia started with Carrollton West Pet Hospital upon graduation from veterinary school. Her veterinary interests include preventative and internal medicine, nutrition, exotic and avian medicine.

Dr. Garcia did an externship at the Houston Zoo and with Wildlife Vets in South Africa.

Dr. Garcia

Dr. Rachel Siu

Dr. Rachel Siu graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2021. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in 2017 from The University of Texas at Austin. While in veterinary school she did externships with Dallas Zoo, Fort Worth Zoo and Dallas World Aquarium and worked with native wildlife in South Africa, Thailand, and Vietnam.  Her special interests include avian, reptile, and small mammal medicine as well as dog and cat preventative medicine and emergency medicine. She also takes a special interest in educating the public about the world of veterinary medicine through her social media platforms, where she shares facts with over one million followers worldwide. She is married to a human doctor who she loves discussing complex medical cases with, and they have one son together. She and her family currently share their house with two rescue cats, a box turtle, two snakes, a gecko and several poison dart frogs, and has previous experience keeping birds and rodents.

Dr. Lynda VanAntwerp

Dr. Lynda Van AntwerpDr. VanAntwerp graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1994 after early admission in 1990. She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Animal Science in 1991 while completing her first year of veterinary school. While in veterinary school she did externships with the AVMA government relations division in Washington DC and also at the Oklahoma City Zoo as well as a general practice. She has been with Carrollton West Pet Hospital since 1995. Her veterinary interests include preventative care, senior care, internal medicine, cytology, and nutrition. Dr. VanAntwerp has been published in Veterinary Forum with a very complex case involving an English Bulldog. She has a special interest in the human animal bond and the use of animals with people in physical and mental therapy and the benefits to all parties involved. For the past 15 years Dr. VanAntwerp has been a presenter at the American Association of University Women’s “Reach for the stars” program designed at keeping 7th and 8th grade girls interested in math and science careers. She also has been involved with other career day and educational opportunities for children/youth and enjoys having these students shadow for a day at the clinic. Her other animal interests include sea turtle rehabilitation. Her pet family includes three English bulldogs, and several farm cats, ducks, rabbits and turtles that have all been rescued.