Danny R. Cox D.V.M
Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Cox is a 1982 graduate of the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Throughout his over 34 year career, Dr. Cox has owned multiple veterinary practices in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metro area and has managed more than 30 veterinary hospitals throughout the southwest region of the United States and into Mexico. Dr. Cox has lectured to and trained hundreds of licensed veterinarians and veterinary students in the fields of veterinary surgery, anesthesia, and clinical medicine.
In 2009, Dr. Cox and his team founded The Pet Vet Hospital, a full-service medical and urgent care facility attached to PETCO. The Pet Vet offers quality medical and surgical services in a caring, inviting, and fun environment. With state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, comprehensive treatment plans, and a dedicated and well-trained staff, Dr. Cox and The Pet Vet’s goal is to offer worry-free care and counsel to help each furry family member remain a happy, healthy, companion for life.
Dr. Cox and his wife Amy are parents to 6 humans, 15 dogs, and 4 cats, all of which are considered their children. They enjoy traveling and many times are accompanied by a few of the furry children. Dr. Cox is an avid baseball fan and has participated as mentor and coach for several of his children’s teams over the years. He is also a former Chief in the YMCA Indian Guides and Princesses program.
Robert Morrow D.V.M
Dr. Morrow is a 1974 graduate of Texas A & M, College of Veterinary Medicine. He also has a BA degree in Zoology from the University of Texas at Austin. With over 42 years of experience, he has practiced and managed at Companion Animal Hospital in El Paso, Texas for 20 years before moving to Dallas in 2000. Dr. Morrow also taught anatomy and physiology at El Paso community college and has served as mentor and coach to several young veterinarians and students.
Professional interests of Dr. Morrow’s include all types of surgery, emergency medicine, allergy treatment and attempts to integrate holistic and nutritional therapies with traditional western medicine when treating pets.
Dr. Morrow is a self taught guitarist and played lead guitar for “The Cavaliers” in Austin in the mid to late 1960’s. When not playing his guitar, he also enjoys water skiing and golfing. He has an affinity for motorcycles and airplanes and currently holds a private pilots license. He and his wife Paula, a licensed social worker, enjoy riding his Harley and taking long distance road trips together. Their children are grown, leaving the only child at home a healer mix named “Tex”.
Kaitlin Agel D.V.M, M.P.H
Dr. Agel graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Zoology from The University of Oklahoma and holds a Master of Public Health from Oklahoma State University. She is an Oklahoma native and moved to Texas to join The Pet Vet team in June of 2016. Her favorite aspect of practicing veterinary medicine has always been working with clients. She enjoys educating pet owners on disease prevention and management, and helping to find strategies that work best for them and their pets.
Her interest in animals began when she worked with injured and orphaned wildlife at a rehabilitation center during college. Before attending veterinary school, she taught high school chemistry and biology in Oklahoma City for four years and continued to work with animals as a veterinary technician during the summers. She has a beagle named Doc, and his hobbies include sunbathing, destroying stuffed toys, eating everything in sight, and forced cuddling.
Sara Brandon D.V.M
Dr. Brandon graduated from Louisiana State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Texas A & M University of Commerce. She is a Texas native from Plano who returned to the area to join The Pet Vet team, and be closer to her family.
She became interested in Veterinary medicine while in high school, where she was taking agriculture classes. She worked in Veterinary clinics through college, as well as volunteered at the Dallas Zoo and Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. She has a Bengal cat named Luna who loves to talk and play.
Denise Kobuszewski D.V.M
Dr. Denise Kobuszewski, known as “Dr. Denise’, is a 1977 graduate of Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine. She received a bachelor in Animal Science at Texas Tech University before moving to Kansas to attend graduate and veterinary school. After graduation, Dr. Denise owned and managed Countryside Veterinary Medical Center in Valley Falls, Kansas for 27 years before leaving practice to become a Professional Services Veterinarian for several well-known animal health companies. Her industry background includes, pet nutrition, diagnostics, flea, tick, heartworm and behavioral products. Recently, Dr. Denise was involved in the research and development of new animal health products in determining the safety and efficacy of these products.
Her love of animals and providing them optimal health care was her reason in returning to practice and is licensed in Kansas and Texas. Her medical interests are dermatology (allergies), parasitology, diagnostics, pain and behavior management.
Dr. Denise is a wine enthusiast and loves exploring new wineries including the increasing wineries in Texas. Her favorite wine is a good Pinot Noir. She is also a member of the North Dallas Cribbage club and attends cribbage tournaments. Football, basketball and golf are her sports of choice.
Samba and Jitterbug, medium longhaired cats, makes sure she is awake in the mornings for their breakfast and their expected treats when she gets home in the evenings.
Tayler Foshee D.V.M.
Dr. Tayler Foshee is an Oklahoma native that graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. After graduation, she practiced at a fast-paced, 24-hour emergency animal hospital in Chicago, Illinois. She gained great insight into the management of animal illness and surgery. She moved to Texas to join The Pet Vet team in January of 2018. She is excited to move to a practice that focuses on creating a lasting relationship with clients and their pets. She is a firm believer in communicating with owners to ensure that every pet gets the best care possible.
In her free time, Dr. Foshee enjoys spending time with her family, reading books and travelling. She has a rambunctious Yorkie, Thor, a mellow lab, Lucky, and two adorable cats, Tom and Leia. This motley crew always keeps her smiling and laughing.
Adrienne Haley D.V.M
Dr. Haley graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from Murray State University. After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Haley spent several years gaining advanced training in surgery, completing a rotating internship at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, a surgical internship with the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center, and a research and teaching internship at the University of Missouri where she had the opportunity to assist in the teaching of veterinary students and to publish a research paper in a national veterinary journal.
After beginning a surgical residency in Connecticut, Dr. Haley made the decision to change career paths and begin work as a general practitioner. She has been practicing in the North Dallas area since 2015 and was excited to join The Pet Vet family in February 2018. Her professional interests include surgery, dentistry, pain management, and providing comprehensive patient care for chronic diseases. She is looking forward to developing long-term client and pet relationships while continuing to provide clients with education and collaboration to make the best care decisions for their pets.
In her free time Dr. Haley enjoys spending time with her husband and their two dogs, a rambunctious Rhodesian Ridgeback named Kora and an affectionate lab mix named Coco. She also enjoys long distance running, participating in half and full marathons with MDA Team Momentum, hiking, camping, and playing the flute in a local flute choir.