Our Clinic Family Album
Gain an insight to who we are and why we love being here for our patients and their pet parents!
“Try not to become a person of success, but rather a person of value”
Dr. Trisha White
Dr. Trisha White grew up in the small panhandle town of Hereford, Texas. She graduated from Texas A & M University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She worked as a veterinary technician at Bryan Animal Clinic while attending A & M. Shortly after graduation Dr. White began practicing at Rendon Road Animal Clinic. She purchased the progeessive practice from Dr. Frank Brandenberger in 2007. She remodeled the entire clinic in the winter of 2010 to better serve her patients and staff. Her goal is to provide the highest quality patient care in an affordable and loving environment. Flip flops, capris, and sitting on the floor with her patients are a big part of her day.
Dr. White’s family includes her husband Mike, who is a Johnson County Commissioner, and their two children Rachel and Brandon. Rachel is a student at Texas A & M College Station. Brandon is active in Johnson county 4-H showing goats, sheep, rabbits and heifers. The family also includes their 5 dogs, Sam & Deeks, livestock guardian dogs, Spot a Border Collie, Tilly a Terrier Mix and Max the Doberman.
Dr. White is a very caring and compassionate person. This is an asset in her profession, and greatly benefits the animals she cares for. She enjoys spending time watching her children participate in their 4-H contests, traveling, reading and a good pedicure.
Dr. Megan Gaines
Dr. Megan Gaines grew up in Mansfield, Texas and graduated from Mansfield High School in 2003. She received her B.S. in Entomology from Texas A & MUniversity prior to graduating from Texas A & M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. During vet school, Dr. Gaines was able to assist the Texas A & M Emergency Response team and Texas Task Force 1 during the Bastrop fire in 2011. A month after graduating, Dr. Gaines joined our family at Rendon Road Animal Clinic. Since then, she has brought many new and exciting ideas to our practice. Her love of animals and enthusiasm to teach benefits her in the profession.
Dr. Gaines enjoys traveling with her family to many exciting places, including Walt Disney World. She also spends much of her free time with her family enjoying the outdoors, trying new things, and a good pedicure.
Dr. B.J. Aigaki
Dr. Barbara J. (B.J.) Aigaki grew up in the south plains community of Springlake, Texas. She graduated from Texas A&M University-College of Veterinary Medicine in 1977. She operated her own mobile practice emphasizing on bovine and equine medicine from 1985 to 2000. Dr. Aigaki also worked at the I-20 Animal Medical Center in Arlington from 1991 to 2003 practicing small animal emergency and critical care medicine. She now works as a relief veterinarian having worked at several small animal practices. Dr. Aigaki’s experience and extensive knowledge greatly enhances her capability to practice quality veterinary medicine.
Dr. Aigaki continues to enjoy occasional bovine work. She also enjoys spending her free time with her rescued dogs and working outdoors. She has resided in the Alvarado area with her dogs and cats for over 30 years. Her present list of pets includes seven dogs and one cat.
Dr. Kelly Wiggins
Dr. Wiggins graduated from Texas A&M University (Whoop) with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science in 1990 and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1993.
Happily married with four children and two granddaughters, she stays very busy! When she is not helping Dr. White and her staff, she may be found teaching Anatomy and Physiology at Tarrant County College.
Family pets include a shelter dog,Border Collie Mix named Millard Fillmore. The family cat named Calvin was dropped off at a clinic over 19 years ago who is getting around pretty good on Solensia.
Tiffany Bradford grew up in Joshua, Texas. She graduated from Joshua High School in 2007 and joined the Rendon Road Animal Clinic family in July of 2007. Despite her small frame, her ability to handle all varieties of animals is an asset in her profession. Her positive attitude and kind heart can be seen in her treatment of patients.
Tiffany shares her home in Godley with her husband, Chad, daughter, Lakelynn, and dog Odie a Golden Retriever Mix. She is a very passionate Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys and Yellowstone fan. She enjoys camping, kayaking, and taking her “Black Jeep of the Family” on “off-road” trips with her family. Tiffany’s kind heart, enthusiastic energy, and comedic relief keep our clinic family upbeat and in good spirits. Tiffany excels at keeping our computer and phone system functioning at top speed and in working order. This is no small task. Tiffany is an invaluable link in our clinic’s family. Tiffany has migrated from technician to receptionist to “Stray” – the one with no official home, LOL! She covers whatever position that is needed when it is needed.
Patti Ritchie was born in Pennsylvania, but spent most of her childhood in North Texas. Patti is an only child, but if you ask her, she had tons of siblings growing up. Those siblings just happened to be animals. Her parents instilled in her at a very young age the responsibilities involved in caring for animals. Not only did they teach her to care for many different animals, but also helped build the love and passion she has for animals. She discovered at a young age that caring for God’s creatures would be her life-long calling.
Patti began working in veterinary hospitals while still in high school as kennel help and assistant technician. She graduated from Mansfield High School in 1995, and in 1997 began her continuous career as a technician in Burleson. She aided in establishing a veterinary hospital in Cleburne in 2009, then moved to the Rendon Road Animal Clinic family in July 2010. She has worked in every aspect of the veterinary hospital from running the front office, assisting in surgery, caring for critically sick and injured pets. It is not hard to believe that animals have always been an important part of her life.
Patti and her husband, Jeff live in Mansfield. They share their home with their Boston Terriers Winston & Olaf and their African grey parrot, Rex. Their other Boston Terrier, Flower, lives across the street at Patti’s parents. Patti and Jeff were high school sweethearts and were married in 1994. They spend their free time traveling the world, cruising the country on their harley and enjoying life together with their beloved pets. Patti is an invaluable part of our hospital family, and you can feel confident that your pet will be receiving the best care under her watchful eye. She treats all of her patients as if they were her own fur babies!
Lori Jamison grew up in the small town of South Beloit, Illinois. She graduated from South Beloit High School in 1977. Although not a native Texan, she got here as fast as she could in 1980. Lori joined the Rendon Road Animal Clinic family in August of 2011. She has extensive experience in customer service and always has a smile on her face.
Lori and her husband live in Burleson. They have one child Kelly who graduated from Texas A&M University. She married her college sweetheart Chris in 2015. They stayed close to home and also live in Burleson. The Jamison family is completed with their pets, Auslese a Schnauzer Mix and Carley “June Bug” a Chihuahua.
Lori and her family enjoy taking beach vacations and Wednesday night trivia. They are looking forward to retiring and moving to Richland Chambers Lake in a few years. There they plan to spend their time relaxing and enjoying the water.
Lori’s friendly smile, compassion, and sharp wit make her the perfect fit for our clinic family. Many of our pet parents stop by with their fur babies just to visit with Lori. You can always expect to be greeted with a warm welcome from Lori.
Elizabeth was born in San Antonio, Texas, but moved to Burleson at a young age. She spent her school years and most of her adult life living in Burleson (Go Elks!). She raised her two children Tyler & Jessie in Grandview. She is proud to say that her son Tyler spent 4 years in the United States Navy and is now currently working as an electrician. Her daughter Jessie is currently in college at Stephen F Austin.
Elizabeth spent a few years in North Dakota working as a highway striper. She then returned to Burleson where she started in the veterinary field in 1999. She worked as a technician in Burleson for 10 years. She took a short break from the veterinary field to work in Cleburne as a medical assistant. She missed her true calling as a veterinary technician and returned back to that field by joining Rendon Road Animal Clinic in July 2016.
During her free time, she enjoys being with her family, especially her two wonderful children. She is an avid sports enthusiast with emphasis on football and Nascar. She enjoys camping and fishing as well. It only takes one interaction with Elizabeth to see what a kind hearted soul she is. Her compassion and love for animals shines in her career.
Danielle grew up in Mansfield, Texas and graduated from Mansfield Legacy High School in 2017. She received her B.S. in Biology from University of Texas in Arlington in 2021 with the dream of going to vet school. Despite applying for vet school in 2021, she came up short. Whilst still in college, Danielle obtained a job working at a veterinary hospital in Arlington where she learned all of the skills to become a technician. Even though she did not get into vet school, she found her true calling being a technician. Danielle joined Rendon Road Animal Clinic in 2022.
Danielle lives in an apartment in Burleson with her boyfriend Michael and their dog Trinity, a morkie. During her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and her two nephews. She also enjoys traveling with her family to many new places.
Danielle has always known she wanted to work with animals regardless if it was being a doctor or technician. She has always enjoyed having animals and being in their presence. Even at social gatherings she is on the floor loving on their dogs.