Dr. Brad Singleton is a graduate of Louisiana State University where he earned his Bachelor’s degree and then attended the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine to earn his doctorate. During veterinary school, he was an active member in many organizations. He served as president for Wildlife, Avian, Zoo, and Exotic Medicine, and was a Senior Co-Chair for the Raptor and Wildlife Rehabilitation Unit. He was author and co-author of multiple research articles included in major peer-reviewed publications and spent his free time volunteering at a nature center. One of his most rewarding experiences was volunteering to assist pets that were victims of Hurricane Katrina and their owners.
Brad’s ambitions to own and manage his own veterinary practice were affirmed when he won the Simmons and Associates’ “National Business Aptitude Award” in 2007. After graduating, Brad practiced as an associate veterinarian in Las Vegas, NV for the first two years of his professional career. At Sunridge Animal Hospital he was one of eight veterinarians who contributed to this highly successful, fast-paced practice. He gained a reputation for being very personable and taking the time to educate clients on his/her pet’s health. He was also known for being willing to see non-traditional pets such as reptiles, amphibians, pocket pets, and even helped manage the health of Las Vegas’ famous show animals. He then worked at a busy two doctor practice in the heart of South Austin. As an associate veterinarian at this practice, he has gained experience with orthopedic surgeries while continuing to practice high-quality medicine on a variety of species.
In his free time, Brad enjoys spending time with his family and his own pets. He especially enjoys hiking, disc golf, and experiencing the many outdoor activities this great city has to offer.
Dr. Singleton is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), and the Capital Area Veterinary Medical Association (CAVMA).
Dr. Liu graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009, and fell in love with Austin after completing an externship in the city during her senior year. She practiced in the Canyon Lake area for 3 and 1/2 years before joining South Park Animal Hospital in January 2013.
While Dr. Liu was initially interested in becoming a wildlife vet and spent time volunteering at the Raptor Center in St. Paul, she shifted her focus to companion animal medicine after speaking with frustrated owners as a Behavior Helpline volunteer at the local shelter. As a veterinarian, her goal is not only to make every pet’s visit as stress-free as possible, but to educate owners on prevention of behavior problems before they can occur. In addition to behavior, other professional interests include feline medicine and senior pet care, and she is a member of the AVMA, TVMA, American Association of Feline Practitioners, and certified as a Fear Free Veterinary Professional.
Outside of work, she has a herd of three cats and a dog, and her hobbies include film, cooking, travel, and searching for the perfect chicken fried steak.
Dr. Rachel Knight graduated from Louisiana State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. After graduation, she worked at a fast-paced mixed animal practice in Baton Rouge.
Originally from Houston, Rachel was very excited to be back in Texas when she and her husband made the decision to move to Austin for the start of 2016.
Dr. Knight’s professional interests include surgery, dermatology, and internal medicine. Outside of work she enjoys hiking, birding, and watching movies at home with her husband and their two dachshunds Frankie & Maggie.
Dr. Natalie Thompson earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics, her Master of Science degree in Microbiology, and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University. While attending veterinary school, she was involved with the Student Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, the Student Veterinary Dermatology Club, and the Zoo, Exotics, and Wildlife club. She remained involved with the local shelter groups, as well as taking three externships with shelter facilities in Austin, Houston, and Baltimore. After graduation, she worked in a fast-paced small animal practice in Austin, before joining the South Park Animal Hospital team.
Her professional interests include surgery, dermatology, behavior, and dentistry. Dr. Thompson is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), the Capital Area Veterinary Medical Association (CAVMA), and the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB).
Outside of work, Dr. Thompson enjoys traveling with her husband, gardening, reading, and adding to her record collection. She lives with four dogs, three finches, one cockatiel, and the occasional foster dog.