Sara Thomas, DVM/Partner
Dr. Thomas received a degree in biomedical science from Texas A&M University in 2001, and went on to get her veterinary degree in 2005 from Texas A&M University. Since March of 2005 she has been a valued member of the Preston Royal Animal Clinic team. She enjoys internal medicine cases and creating a life-long bond with her clients and patients.
She is married to her high school sweetheart Sam. Together they have 2 daughters. Dr. Thomas enjoys scrapbooking, camping, and spending time with her family.
Other members of the family include Fisher a yellow Labrador, a cat named Maya and fish named Mark.
Jeffrey M Young, DVM/Partner
Dr. Young was born in Richardson, Texas and lived the first eighteen years of his life in Fort Worth, Texas. After graduating from Fort Worth Country Day he went to Rhodes where he majored in International Business and Finance while teaching racing sailing and equitation in the summer in Maine. Until 2003, he worked as a financial analyst for an NYSE traded ski company. Afterward he returned to school at the University of Arkansas where he received a degree in Animal Science. In 2006 he began veterinary school at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine graduating in 2010 with awards for orthopedic surgery and patient/client care. His first year out he practiced in an internal medicine and neurology clinic in Little Rock Arkansas under one of the founders of Veterinary Neurosurgery. Dr. Young has three pets, Bess and Porgy which are 2 year old Pug litter mates and Belle, a 21 year old beagle that looks and plays like a 6 year old dynamo!
Anya Dziurzynski, DVM
Dr. Anya Dziurzynski grew up in a small New England town near Mystic, Connecticut. She earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interests include preventative medicine, nephrology, pain management, soft tissue surgery, dermatology, and geriatric medicine.
“My favorite part of the day is when I get to teach our clients about the science and medicine for the pets they love,” Dr. Anya says. "Whether it's discussing the best preventative measures for the younger animals or reviewing options for pain management for their senior pet, I want my clients to walk out of the exam room happy, knowing they made an informed decision. And of course, all the puppy kisses and kitten snuggles help!" She is proud to be a Fear Free certified veterinarian, allowing her to care for pets in the most gentle and stress-free ways possible.
As a new Texas resident, she looks forward to exploring the city and all that it has to offer. In her spare time, she loves to travel, play board games, scrapbooking, photography, lacrosse, interior design, and spending time with her family. When she gets home she is greeted by her 2 dogs, Cooper and Dexter, and her cat, Maczek.
Shanna Landy, DVM
Dr. Shanna Landy was born on a military base near Monterey, California and grew up just outside of Houston, Texas. She left home for Cornell University, where she graduated with her Bachelor of Science in 2013 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. She has now returned to Texas to be with her husband, a student at UT Southwestern, and near her grandparents.
Dr. Landy has a keen interest in dentistry and oral surgery, emergency medicine, and companion exotics care. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is the challenge that comes with balancing a patient's complex medical problems with the needs and concerns of their human families.
During her spare time, Dr. Landy keeps herself busy with running, rock-climbing, fiction-writing, and playing, designing, and spectating board and video games (Go Dallas Fuel!). She and her husband share their home with the energetic corgi-mix Pippin, gentle geriatric Border collie-mix Casey, and the motley crew of their tropical aquarium.