Dr. Tim Skupin
A native of West Texas, Dr. Skupin’s first career was as a software engineer. After a decade or so, he returned to school,
and received a DVM from Texas A&M University. After working in vet clinics and emergency
rooms throughout the Austin area, Dr. Skupin founded Avery Ranch Animal
Hospital in 2005, where he is still the medical director.
Dr. Skupin is heavily involved with Christian Veterinary Mission, and frequently works in Central Asia, helping various people groups boost their livestock production. He is married, and has two daughters at Pepperdine University.
Dr. Heather Dunn
Dr. Heather Dunn grew up in South Texas. After receiving her DVM from Texas A&M University in 2005, she has practiced small animal medicine in Massachusetts and Texas. Dr. Dunn’s clinical interests are feline internal medicine, preventative care, dentistry and care of the senior patient.
When not in the hospital, Dr. Dunn enjoys music, gardening, vegetarian cooking, and spending time with family.