Meet Our Dallas
Animal Clinic Team
We are solely dedicated to your pet’s care! We look forward to getting to know you, and we hope you’ll take the time to scroll down and get to know us.
Dr. Chad McGuire
Graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (1982-1985)
Special Practice Interests: Dairy and Beef Production Medicine, Equine Medicine and Surgery
Dr. Kenneth Strawn
Graduate of Oregon State University, B.S. in Animal Sciences (2005-2009)
Graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (2010-2014)
Dr. Kaelyn Estenson
Dr. Kaelyn Estenson received her DVM from Oregon State University Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interests include integrative medicine and acupuncture, camelid medicine and surgery, point-of-care ultrasound, and low-stress handling. She also enjoys learning more about being an effective educator and leader by fostering healthy work environments and bridging language and cultural differences. Dr. Estenson firmly believes in supporting the human-animal bond, whether in regard to companion or production animal species and their respective roles in our lives. Being a veterinarian was the best way to accomplish all of this while also satisfying her need for an exciting and engaging work environment. When not caring for pets, she can be found doing paper crafts, painting, drawing, listening to music, reading books, playing video games, and exploring Oregon. Dr. Estenson has also been playing piano for about 8 years and finds music is her favorite form of self-care and self-expression. She currently has one dog, Sheldon, and one puppy, who has yet to be named.
Dr. Alexandra Doi
Dr. Alexandra Doi is originally from the Bay Area in California. She graduated from Oregon State University Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine. She has a strong interest in both small and large animal veterinary medicine. Her goal is to try to provide the gold standard of patient care to both sides of the profession. She was one of the cliche kids in kindergarten that hung out with the class chicks and rabbits more than her actual classmates, which started her love of animals. She also really enjoys learning new things. Veterinary medicine is a great way to combine her passion for animals and learning with the added bonus of being able to help others. When not caring for pets, Dr. Doi enjoys sleeping, solving puzzles, drawing, and visiting the coast. She is the proud owner of her sister’s two two-year-old foster failure cats from Philadelphia named Rue and JoJo Bean.