At Valwood Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are!

The bond you share with your pets is like no other, and your veterinary team should be an extension of that bond. Whether you’re welcoming a brand new pet into your family or lovingly seeing your senior through his golden years, the Valwood Animal Hospital team will create a comprehensive preventative care schedule or, when needed, a treatment plan specifically tailored for your beloved pal. Our heart for animals compels us to treat each patient as diligently and delicately as if they were our own, and being a small volume hospital allows us the luxury of lavishing attention on each and every one of them. Going to the vet may not exactly be a trip to grandma’s, but for your pet, it will feel pretty darn close.

Tracey Hageny, DVM
Medical Director

Dr Tracey Hageny is a 2007 graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, she undertook a one year intensive internship in emergency and critical care medicine in Richmond Virginia. After, she took a position in a large referral hospital in Milwaukee Wisconsin. Since, she has worked in both emergency medicine and general practice in Wisconsin and Texas. Dr Hageny has also taught courses in a veterinary technician training program. Her special interests include metabolic diseases of the dog and cat such as Cushing’s Disease, Diabetes Mellitus and Addison’s Disease, geriatric and palliative care medicine and dentistry.

Dr Hageny lives in Hurst with her four dogs, three children and one very tolerant husband. While not at work, she enjoys gardening and watching her kids play baseball.

Tracey Hageny, DVM
Sarah McKenny, DVM, CVA

Dr. Sarah McKenny was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Knowing from age 11 that she wanted to be a veterinarian, Dr. McKenny volunteered extensively with the SPCA of Texas throughout middle school and high school, serving as a foster parent to sick animals. She attended the University of Miami on an academic scholarship where she majored in Ecosystem Science & Policy and Biology and then went on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M.

Dr. McKenny joined the team as an associate veterinarian in June 2017 to continue the clinic’s acupuncture and laser services as well as practice conventional medicine. She completed her acupuncture training in Fort Collins, Colorado as part of the Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians program.

When she isn’t working, Dr. McKenny loves spending time outdoors with her dog, Gemma, seeing live music, visiting New Orleans, reading a good book, and going to brunch.

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