Dr. Lauren Harper
Dr. Natalie Wong
DVM, cVMA - Associate
Dr. Wong has a Bachelor’s Degree in Entomology from the University of California, Riverside, and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University. In veterinary school, she tracked mixed animal medicine with an exclusive bovine and equine elective focus. She is a recipient of CSU’s Beef Clinical Excellence Award and several livestock medicine scholarships. Dr. Wong is certified in large animal acupuncture (cVMA) and holds a DVM license in Texas. Her favorite thing about veterinary medicine is that it allows her to act with justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God. Dr. Wong has always been a nerd and is blessed to have a career where learning is constant. She loves all creatures- she has a sphynx named Muddy, a three-legged super-mutt named Lt. Dan, two ball pythons named Punchy and Rain, a crested gecko named Bacardi, and a miniature zebu bull named Murcielago. In her spare time, she likes to ride horses, make friends, and spend time with her boyfriend, Lucas, who is an impressive first-time dog dad and oral maxillofacial resident at LSU Shreveport.
Bradley joined ACAC in September 2021. His favorite part of veterinary medicine is seeing these beautiful creatures God gave us. He loves the looks on the pets and owners faces and how they love and care for each other.
In his spare time, Bradley enjoys weight training, hiking, camping, fishing, jeeping, and other outdoor activities. At home, he is happily living with 3 dogs, 2 cats, 2 horses, and a bunch of chickens. Bradley also has 3 wonderful children, he rides a road bicycle, and the first time he grew a beard was after he moved to Louisiana in 2021.
Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Assistant, Receptionist, Kennel Assistant, Client Service Representative, Animale Care Attendant, Boarding - Daycare Attendant
Nancy is part of ACAC since May 2019, Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is being involved with the medical treatment of animals and helping make a difference in their outcome in well-being. Also, she loves that every day is different and there is always something new to learn. She was graduated from Jasper Henderson High School and she has 10 years plus years of veterinary experience
In her free time, she enjoys gardening, spending time with her family, and doing anything outdoors. She also loves weight training and fitness. Nancy is living with her pets namely: Maebel (Treeing Walker), Tank (Boxer), Leelah (Chihuahua), Moses (Catahoula Cur), Lenora (Great Dane), and Callie (Cat.)
Allen has been working at All Creatures since October 2021. His favorite part of veterinary medicine is being able to be a voice for those animals who otherwise wouldn’t have one. In my off time, I enjoy spending time with my family and relaxing with my two dogs, Kemah (Pitbull Terrier) and Petey (American Bully).
I started working at ACAC in August 2022 and previously shadowed a few months before. I currently attend Louisiana Tech University as a pre-veterinary student. I love seeing all the different kinds of patients that come into the clinic. My favorite part of veterinary medicine is comforting the animals that are sick and helping with treatment. When they are in a new environment it can be scary, so I treat them like they’re my own with lots of love and care. It makes my day to see how happy the owners are to see their pets after we’ve helped them. In my spare time, I like to spend time with my family and friends, go fishing, and be outdoors. I have a spoiled duck dog named Chase (Labrador Retriever), who also gets a lot of my time.
Hunter started working on ACAC in April 2022. His favorite part of veterinary medicine is being with animals all day and spending time with them and comforting them whether they’re just scared of being at the clinic for a check up or are going into surgery or coming out of surgery. One of the great things about All Creatures Animal Care for him is, he have an excellent opportunity to be with a wide variety of patients from dogs and cats to snakes and lizards.
Hunter was graduated in 2018 from Louisiana Tech University with a Major in Animal Science and a Concentration in Pre-Vet.
In his spare time, he enjoys cuddling with his little lab-hound mix, Alita, and spending as much time with her as possible. Aside from that, most of his spare time is spent being with his family and reading. When not doing any of that, he likes to go outdoors and do some target shooting.
As he mentioned above, he has one dog, a lab-hound mix that he adopted from the 4Paws dog shelter over in Ruston, Louisiana. She’s been with him now for almost two years now and everyone in his family loves her to death. She gets in trouble a lot but she knows they love her too much to stay mad at her for too long. Alita and Hunter practice commands when they’re not exploring the woods around where they live.
A personal favorite movie of him involving animals is the classic 1995 animated movie, Balto, about a brave half-wolf half-dog canine that helps deliver medicine to an isolated Alaska town. Fun fact it is, very loosely though, based on true events and a dog that was actually named Balto.
A fun fact about Hunter is that he always try to make the patients feel comfortable when either boarding with them, staying after a surgery, etc. He tries his hardest to treat the patients like his own dog and make them feel relaxed and safe.