Dr. Jay Naylor, D.V.M.
Dr. Jay Naylor graduated from Texas A&M University with his bachelor degree in Marine Biology in 1979 and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. He has practiced small animal medicine and surgery in the Round Rock/North Austin area since graduation and has owned Brushy Creek Veterinary Clinic since 1990.
Dr. Naylor is married and lives in Round Rock. He and his wife currently own a Siamese cat “Valentine” and a chocolate Labrador “Tibi”. Outside of veterinary medicine, other interests include cycling, hiking, and traveling. He also enjoys playing drums and percussion.
A strong advocate of the need for continuing education in the profession, Dr. Naylor has been a member of the Texas Academy of Veterinary Practitioners since 1990. The Academy requires its members to attend 150 hours of continuing education every 3 years instead of the 17 hours per year the state requires.
Dr. Megan Leach, D.V.M
Dr. Megan Leach received her bachelor’s degree in 2013 from the University of the Incarnate Word in Biology, and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University in 2018.
From a young age, she always knew that she wanted to be a veterinarian and experienced many facets of veterinary medicine through small and large animal practices. In 2011, she felt a unique calling on her life from the Lord to become a missionary overseas and went on her first mission trip to Honduras. Since then, she has continued to serve on short-term mission trips through an organization called Christian Veterinary Mission. She hopes to move into the mission field one day as a long term veterinary missionary.
Aside from veterinary medicine, she and her husband Ben were collegiate athletes as swimmers and LOVE the water. Currently, Ben is a stay-at-home dad taking care of their 1 & 1/2 year old daughter Hope, and preparing for the arrival of their second daughter Olive in August, 2020.
Dr. Colleen Lutz, D.V.M.
Dr. Colleen Lutz received her doctorate degree in veterinary medicine in 1997 from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia. Dr. Lutz practiced small animal medicine in the Washington D.C. area for several years before moving back to her home state of Texas.
Dr. Lutz, and her husband, Martin have four children, two dogs, two cats, a beta fish, and the occasional injured toad, turtle, or lizard. She does ceramic pottery in her spare time and loves hiking, reading, traveling, and spending time with her family.