Elizabeth Fowler, DVM
Practice Owner and Veterinarian
Dr. Fowler graduated Cum Laude with a BS in Veterinary Science from Texas A&M in 1988 and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M in 1991. She has been practicing in New Braunfels since 2001. She is a graduate of New Braunfels City Universtity and enjoys actively contributing to our community. She serves on the New Braunfels Animal Services Advisory Board plus an active member of the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Dr. Fowler is an active member of CCVMA, AAFP, TVMA, and AVMA.
When not involved with animals, she enjoys reading, hiking, and can even been seen occasionally acting on one of our community theater stages. One of her proudest accomplishments has been hiking the Grand Canyon from rim to rim with her husband. They have their eyes set on Machu Pichu and the Appalachian Trail sometime in the future! In addition, Dr. Fowler stays busy with 4 children and a house full of furry, feathered, and finned friends.
Karen Pearson, DVM
Dr. Pearson is originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, After high school she attended the United States Air Force Academy, where she graduated with a BS in Biology and was commissioned as an officer in the US Air Force. She served on active duty for six years as an Aerospace Physiologist, training new aircrew on the physiological hazards of flight, while earning her masters degree in Aeronautical Science. In 2008, Dr. Pearson separated from the Air Force to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian, and in 2013 she earned her DVM from Mississippi State University- College of Veterinary Medicine. She has since worked in private practice and thoroughly enjoys spending her days getting to know your 4-legged fur-kids.
Dr. Pearson shares her life with her husband, an Air Force pilot, as well as her son, 2 mixed-breed dogs "Mojave" & "Buddy", and an orange tabby cat "Dexter". In addition, Dr. Pearson enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, and competing mediocrely in sprint triathalons.
Ann Hahn, DVM, CVA
Dr. Hahn grew up as the daughter of a veterinarian, but didn’t follow in these foot steps initially. Instead, after high school, she went to work at a local manufacturing company for 13 years. Realizing her calling for medicine, she went back to school.
In 1997, after graduating from vet school in Wisconsin, Dr. Hahn moved to Maine to begin her journey as a veterinarian. As the spouse of a military husband, who is also a veterinarian, her journey led her to practice in Germany, Seattle, northern Virginia, Maryland, and finally Texas.
Over her career, Dr. Hahn desired adding to her experience and knowledge of traditional Western medicine and began to cultivate her interest in holistic options and alternative therapies. Dr. Hahn pursued this interest by enrolling in the Chi Institute in Florida and graduated in 2010 as a Certified Small Animal Veterinary Acupuncturist.
"Since graduating in 2010, I have seen such an improvement in patient’s lives! I now practice integrative medicine – using the strengths of Western medicine along with the supportive aspects of acupuncture".
To further her ability to improve patients lives, Dr. Hahn enrolled in the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in Florida and graduate in 2014 as a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist.
"I have a particular interest in pain control, geriatrics, neurological rehab, and hospice. My goal is to partner with owners to improve their pets’ lives in easy and practical ways."
In her off time, Dr. Hahn enjoys travel, kayaking, and being near the ocean. As well,Dr. Hahn and her husband are the the proud 'pet parents’ to 2 cats (Sonnen from Baltimore, and Tonto from Germany) and a Brittany Spaniel, Stubby, who is from Virginia.