On behalf of our entire staff, welcome to the Pet Medical Center of Duncanville. Our staff understands that most pet owners consider their pets as one of their family members. That is just one reason why we understand that your trust in us adds up to a special responsibility. Our staff is long-term which enables us to build relationships and be knowledgeable about you and your pet. The Pet Medical Center team keeps current on the newest medical standards in veterinary medicine, and these are reflected in our treatment practice .
Meet our Doctors:
Dr. Donna Fuller
Dr. Fuller came to Cedar Ridge Animal Clinic (our former name) straight out of veterinary school in 1981. She is proud to have over 30 years experience with the PMCOD family! She bought into the practice the next year and purchased it from her partner, Dr. Mac Warren, in 1996. Dr. Fuller graduated from Texas A & M with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science and a DVM in 1981. She is a member of the Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association and the American Veterinary Dental Society. She currently serves as the Treasurer for the Friends of Tri-City Animal Shelter.
In her spare time, Dr. Fuller enjoys spending time outside with her own pets. She rides her Belgian/Quarterhorse mare, “Goose” and drives her Belgian gelding, “Checotah” with her dogs “Lilli” and “Grits” riding on the wagon seat. She also enjoys working in her flower gardens and swimming.
Her husband, Ozzie Molina, is retired after working many years as a fleet manager for Don Davis Auto Group. Her daughter, Corey and son-in-law, Brandon also attended Texas A & M (whoop!) and have returned to North Texas after living for many years in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Fuller is glad to have them back home.
Dr. Christine Maynor
Dr. Maynor graduated from Texas A & M with a degree in Animal Science in 2005 and a DVM in 2010. She is a member of the AVMA, TVMA, Dallas County VMA, Tarrant County VMA, and the Academy of Veterinary Practice, which requires earning over 150 hours of continuing education in a 3 year period.
She recently moved back home to Tarrant County after working 4 years in a small animal hospital in Houston, and has been at Pet Medical Center since September of 2015.
Dr. Maynor enjoys watching movies and spending time with friends and family in her spare time, as well as traveling and working in her yard.
She has four dogs– “Fitz”, a dachsund/beagle mix, “Huck”, a beagle, “Dakota”, a lab mix, and “Hanna”, a pit bull.