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About

We are a full-service animal hospital

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PetNest Animal Hospital is an owner-operated veterinary clinic with an excellent team.

Conveniently located in Frisco, Texas.

We are a full-service animal hospital providing high-quality veterinary care focused on your pet’s lifelong health and happiness. We know that your pet is an integral member of your family and deserves to be treated with the utmost love and respect. We want you and your beloved pets to know that you can trust us now and throughout their life.
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Affordable Veterinary Care at Upfront Pricing

At PetNest Animal Hospital, we promise to deliver exceptional veterinary care with upfront, transparent pricing. We know that making decisions regarding your pet’s care can be difficult, and our transparent pricing policy allows us to help you make informed choices. With us, there are never any hidden fees or unexpected charges to worry about. When your pet needs care, we will work with you to ensure you understand all of the options. We’ll also take the time to explain any diagnostic tests or treatments we recommend.

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Meet Our Team

Our team would be thrilled to have your pet as a patient.

Our team is committed to fostering a warm and welcoming environment for you and your furry friend from the moment you walk in the door.
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Dr. Mohammad Rahman, DVM

Owner & Veterinarian

Dr. Rahman is a compassionate veterinarian with more than 12 years of experience in veterinary medicine. Dr. Rahman graduated with his DVM from Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Bangladesh, in 2007. After completing a professional internship, he moved to the U.S. and obtained his ECFVG certification through the American Veterinary Medical Association and Mississippi State University.

After working several years in emergency and general practice in the Seattle, WA, and DFW Metro areas, Dr. Rahman decided to open PetNest Animal Hospital in 2021. He aspires to provide his clients and the community with a place they can trust to get quality care for their furry friends. He is committed to practicing evidence-based medicine and strongly believes in quality care for pets and in being available to his patients when needed.

Dr. Rahman’s professional interests include Soft Tissue Surgeries, Emergency Medicine, Dermatology, Dentistry, Chronic Disease Management, Preventive Care, and Shelter Medicine. He keeps himself versed with the latest diagnostics and therapies through continuing education.
Dr. Rahman is a member of the AVMA and TVMA. He lives with his family along with two cats and pet cockatiels. When not working, Dr. Rahman spends time with his family and enjoys traveling, landscape photography, and reading.
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Tram Melgar

Practice Manager

Back in 2016, I was given the opportunity to enter the veterinary world. As I acquired two associate degrees and completed my sterile processing program at the human heart hospital, my life took a turn. What started off as an entry-level “foot into the medical field” became a lifelong passion. I’ve always admired the world of medicine and know that the root of my love begins with emergencies and surgery.

As time went on, my knowledge of the field grew. I greatly enjoy emergency/urgent cases that come in along, as well as surgeries. The feeling that overcomes us when we perform a laceration, improve a pet’s oral hygiene (especially if they needed extractions), or even apply a simple bandage wrap for an injury is just so satisfying and phenomenal. Knowing that we were able to provide instant relief for the pet and bring comfort to the pet parent is pure joy.

To keep me sane and humble, I have four very loving, spoiled rotten, sassy, and hyperactive cats, along with one very sweet, obedient, food-loving little mixed breed mutt-butt at home. I also have a very loving husband who supports my ever-growing cat collection. I enjoy all things cats, and if I’m not too busy stuffing my face with food or being in my natural habitat of water, I enjoy taking a nice hike to a water reservoir or even being lazy on the couch binge-watching shows or movies.
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Caitlin Murphy

Lead Veterinary Technician

Originally from California, I moved to Texas three years ago. When living in California, I spent most of my time training horses. When I made the move to Texas, I decided to make a career change. I started working at a clinic in McKinney as a Kennel Technician and worked my way to becoming a Veterinary Technician. When I am not at the clinic, you will find me spending time with my two crazy dogs, Scout, and Jolene, or lounging around with my four cats. I enjoy being outdoors and reading (if I can combine both even better).
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Nashrah Sadaf

Veterinary Technician

When I was in sixth grade, I very adamantly decided that I wanted to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Although I didn’t know much about the field itself, I began grasping onto anything and everything animal-related around me. After moving from Canada back in 2018, my aspirations started becoming a reality. I began interning as a Veterinary Assistant at a pet hospital in Frisco, where I honed the basics of veterinary medicine and created the foundation for what would be my future.

This year, I was given the opportunity to become a Veterinary Technician at PetNest, and from then on, my love for the veterinary field has grown exponentially. Being surrounded by coworkers who teach and encourage me every day has become a driving force toward my goals, and for that, I am forever grateful.

Currently, I am a student at UTD completing my undergrad in Healthcare Studies, where I am on the pre-vet track intending to become a veterinarian myself one day. Whenever I am not studying or working, you can find me holed up in my room with a good book (preferably in the genre of fantasy fiction) or playing with my cat Shifu, a domestic shorthair kitten with too much energy for his own good.
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Cameron Furtaw

Veterinary Assistant

In 2019, I was working at a dog boarding facility but wanted to be more hands-on with animals, so I applied to a vet’s office to be a kennel technician. I worked as a kennel tech for a while and slowly moved up to being a veterinary technician and have loved every minute of it. I have two small dogs, Radar and Rocket, and I enjoy having them around. I am a huge sports fan, mostly football, and my favorite team would be the Detroit Lions since my family is from Michigan. I am a huge family man and would do anything for them. I love spending time with my wife and daughter and going out to eat.
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Alexandria Navarro

Receptionist

My name is Alex, and saving animals is my passion. I grew up surrounded by many different animals and found a love for exotic pets such as rabbits, rats, ferrets, and many more. I have known that my calling was to help animals since I was a little girl, so as soon as I was old enough to work, I went to a vet’s office and told them that I would do anything to work there. To my surprise, they hired me on the spot because I had taken a veterinary assistant class in high school. I started out as a veterinary assistant and worked up to a veterinarian technician quickly. Once I got pregnant with my daughter, I started to work as a receptionist and realized that I really love talking to people.

I love spending time with my daughter and husband. When I am not spending time with them, I am either doing crafts, watching a movie, reading a book, or sleeping. I have two small dogs, Radar and Rocket. Radar was rescued when he was four months old in 2018 and has known nothing but a spoiled dog life. Rocket was found in a dumpster adopted in 2022, and we estimate he is around eight and has had a tough life. Now, he lives just like Radar: Spoiled.

My goal for the future is to become a licensed veterinarian technician, and tech while I am in school getting a master's in non-profit management. I hope to open a rescue for all animals, from horses to mice. I want to help them all because everyone deserves a second chance at life.
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Nikki Gonzalez

Kennel Assistant

My name is Nikki. I'm 17 years old and on the pathway to becoming a veterinarian. I have been volunteering at this clinic for a little over four months, and I have loved every second of it. Though only in high school, I have been given the amazing opportunity to have some of the most fascinating, hands-on experiences of my life so far. The people, the animals, the knowledge… It is something that I look forward to after school almost every day. I am the youngest child out of four, with half of my siblings already out of the house and starting their careers, which makes me even more eager to start mine.

Lucky for me, I got a head start. One of my sisters is even in vet school, and she is one of my biggest motivators, mostly in a competitive sense. I love my family, my friends, and the animals of my own. My dream is to go to vet school in California and have my own land with goats, chickens, and tons of cats. On days that are not filled with furry friends of my own or at the clinic, I am usually outside on a walk or a bike ride, as I love the outdoors. However, nothing beats being around animals.

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Do you need a pet check-up in Frisco, TX?

PetNest Animal Hospital provides wellness care, emergency and urgent care, surgery, diagnostics, dental care, and more for pets in Frisco, Aubrey, McKinney, Plano, Prosper, Allen, Carrollton, Little Elm, and the surrounding areas.
PetNest Animal Hospital provides wellness care, emergency and urgent care, surgery, diagnostics, dental care, and more for pets in Frisco, Aubrey, McKinney, Plano, Prosper, Allen, Carrollton, Little Elm, and the surrounding areas.
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Phone Number

Phone Number

(469) 956-6100
Email

Email

info@petnestanimalhospital.com
Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Monday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Tuesday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Wednesday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Thursday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday: CLOSED
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