Small Animal Anesthesiology - Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in College Station, Texas Small Animal Anesthesiology - Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital

Small Animal Anesthesiology

For small animal appointments call (979) 845-2351 Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Emergencies accepted 24 hours a day
Anesthesiology

Our Service

The sole focus of the Anesthesiology Service is the safety of your pet. Our team of board-certified anesthesiologists (the largest team in Texas) support the surgical and medical teams to provide safe, optimal anesthesia; specifically tailored to your pet's needs. They are trained to anticipate, recognize, and care for any concerns associated with anesthesia. Each anesthesiologist is responsible for the pre-anesthetic evaluation of your pet, supportive care of your pet during procedures, overseeing recovery from anesthesia, directing effective pain management, and leading our anesthesia technicians and veterinary students who assist in your pet's anesthetic care.

Our People

Courtney Baetge

Courtney Baetge, DVM, DACVAA

Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Baetge received her BS from Texas A&M University in 1997, her DVM from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences in 2003, and completed her Residency also at Texas A&M.  Her scholarly interest includes anesthesiology, continuous rate infusions, exotic anesthesia, nerve blocks, anesthesia in the neurologic case.

Gwendolyn L Carroll

Gwendolyn L. Carroll, DVM, DACVAA, DACAW

Professor

Dr. Carroll received her MS in Genetics from the University of Tennessee in 1978, and later her DVM also from the University of Tennessee in 1981.  She completed her Residency in Zoo/Lab Animal Medicine at the University of Rochester in 1982.  She received her Post-Doc Postoperative Analgesia from North Carolina State University in 1989, and completed her Residency of Anesthesiology also at North Carolina State, in 1991.  Her scholarly interests include anesthesiology, assessment of pain and stress, feline osteoarthritis, and rehabilitation and recovery.

Mauricio A Lepiz

Mauricio A Lepiz, DVM, DACVAA

Assistant Professor

Dr. Lepiz completed his DVM at the Universidad Nacional Costa Rica in 2000, and his Residency of Anesthesiology and Master of Veterinary Sciences at Washington University in 2006.

Elizabeth A. Martinez

Elizabeth A. Martinez, DVM, DACVAA

Associate Professor

Dr. Martinez received her BS in Animal Science and Agriculture from the University of Tennessee in 1985, and her DVM from the University of Tennessee in 1987. She completed her Anesthesiology Internship at Cornell University in 1988 where she also finished her Residency of Anesthesiology in 1990.

Bradley T. Simon

Bradley T. Simon, DVM, MSc, DACVAA

Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Simon received his BS from the University of Maryland in 2003, and his DVM from Ross University in 2007.  He completed his residency in 2012 at the University of Pennsylvania and received his MSc in Research from Ross University in 2016.  His scholarly interests include clinical anesthesiology, feline analgesia, antinociceptive effects of opioid-opioid combinations, opioid pharmacology, and medical education and clinical teaching.