DVM - FOUNDER
Dr. Tommack is the founder of Traveling Tails Veterinary Clinic and is a native to San Antonio, graduating from Churchill High School. She continued her education by earning a B.S in both Veterinary Science and Biomedical Science followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M in 1999. Dr. Tommack has a special interest in internal medicine, general surgery and behavior counseling.
She and her husband Mike have been married for 20 years and have two daughters: Taylor and Tatum. An animal lover
Dr. Angie Pacheco was born and raised in Colorado and received her B.S. in microbiology in 1992 from Colorado State University. She worked in the biotechnology field for three years at The University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and at the immunology research company, Supragen, prior to attending veterinary school.
She graduated from the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. After
She met her future husband, Michael Pacheco, in 2003 while working in Phoenix and moved to San Antonio in 2005. They celebrated the birth of their daughter, Patricia Hope, in October 2011.
Dr. Pacheco began working at Traveling Tails Veterinary Clinic in 2007. Dr. Pachecho enjoys surgery and dentistry and loves being a part of the veterinary team at Traveling Tails.
Her family of fur babies includes two rescued boxers, Bones and Munchkin, and one cat, Michael. They moved into a new home in Schertz in December of 2016 and are enjoying living in a quiet community surrounded by fields and farmland. They enjoy time playing together outside, watching movies and traveling whenever possible.
DVMDr. Priour has been with Traveling Tails Veterinary Clinic since 2004. She grew up in Kerrville acquiring an appreciation of wildlife and the outdoors. Dr. Priour had dreams of becoming a veterinarian and attended Texas A&M University. She received her B.S. in both Animal Science and Veterinary Science followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2001. Upon graduation, she began practicing at a mixed animal clinic in Wimberley, Texas. Dr. Priour and her husband, Matt, welcomed their first child, Vivian, into the world in January 2004 and their son, Raleigh, in July 2007.
Having an extensive family in Kerrville, they moved back home in 2009 where she continued practicing at a small animal clinic. In February 2011, Dr. Priour rejoined our practice working part time, since she missed working with the Traveling Tails team and their great clientele. Dr. Priour’s interests in veterinary medicine include: internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and cytology. She shares her home with two adorable cats: Scarlett and Pikachu. Her hobbies include: camping, fishing, hunting, working out and cooking.
Dr. Teresa Sanders was raised in San Antonio and graduated from Incarnate Word High School (1990) and the University of the Incarnate Word (BS Biology-1995). She obtained a Post Baccalaureate in Medical Technology from the University of Health Sciences (1999). She knew at an early age that medical science and animals were her passions and that veterinary medicine was her calling. She obtained her veterinary degree from Colorado State University in 2004.
After graduation, she practiced in Colorado and Arizona, working in both private practice and some of the largest and most progressive animal shelters in both states, including the Arizona Humane Society and the Denver Dumb Friends League (a local animal shelter). In 2012, she returned to San Antonio to be closer to family.
Dr. Sanders’ clinical interests include internal medicine, infectious disease, preventative medicine, soft tissue surgery, nutrition, pain management, and acupuncture. In 2017, Dr. Sanders completed the Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians course. She is passionate about taking a more integrative approach to her patients’ well-being.
Dr. Sanders’ hobbies are: practicing yoga, doing home improvement projects, reading, and going on adventures with her family. She is lucky to have a husband (Rob) and two daughters (Natalie and Emily) who are the loves of her life and who support her passion for animals. The Sanders family’s animal menagerie includes 3 dogs, 2 cats, fish, and a guinea pig – all former rescues or shelter residents.
Dr. Sanders feels the best part of being a veterinarian is getting to know every patient and owner personally, and helping her patients live their best lives.