Lori – RVT, LVT Practice Manager

Lori has been with Krum Veterinary Hospital since February of 2017. Lori is a Licensed Veterinary Technician that graduated from Cedar Valley College in Lancaster, Texas in 1985 with an Associate’s Degree in Science. Her jobs since then have included Large Animal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Small Animal Medicine. She also is a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in the state of Texas. She currently lives on 10 acres and raises miniature horses and occasionally cares for wildlife. She has a 20 year old daughter in college and has been in the area for 20 years.

Nicole – LVT, Senior Veterinary Technician

e-mail: nicole@krumvet.com

Nicole is a Licensed Veterinary Technician and has been working at KVH since Feb 2014. She enjoys rehabilitative therapy and internal medicine. Nicole graduated from Gaston College in Gastonia, North Carolina with her Associates Degree in Applied Science (Veterinary Technology) in 2010 and moved to Texas shortly after. She and her family live in Whitesboro, TX with their Australian Cattle Dog, Pecos and their kid’s Corgi, Rooey Sweetie Girl. Her daughter shows Miniature Hereford heifers in the Texas Jr Livestock Association. Nicole and her husband are constantly on the move with two young kids and wouldn’t have it any other way!

Jeanne Sprabary, Veterinary Technician

email: jeanne@krumvet.com

Jeanne is a nationally certified veterinary technician who has been working in this field for over 20 years. Her favorite part of her job is working along side Dr. Lee on rare and bizarre cases involving infectious diseases. She also enjoys cytology and microscopic evaluation in general! She has three kids who are involved in sports such as rodeo, volleyball, basketball and tennis. Jeanne and her fiance live here in Krum and share their home with their 2 Italian Greyhounds and their 3 Siamese cats!

Jess Avis, Veterinary Assistant 

Jess started with Krum Veterinary in July 2018, and her favorite part of the job is connecting with the patients and their owners. She knew that she wanted to help animals since she was five years old, and practicing bandages on her childhood Rottweiler Bosco. Jess started out volunteering for her dog trainer when she was 14, and hasn’t left animal care ever since. She is currently attending the University of North Texas for a B.S. in Biology, and satisfying all her pre-requisites for vet school. She grew up in Keller, but currently lives in Denton with her Catahoula mix Juno, and three footed bearded dragon Achilles.