Meet The Staff

Dr. Andrew Greller, VMD, DAVCO

Dr. Andrew Greller is a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist and the new owner of South Texas Veterinary Ophthalmology. He earned his bachelor of science degree in Wildlife Biology & Environmental Studies from the University of Michigan and his doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania. In his career, he has treated the vision needs of animals of all shapes and sizes — from a 3,000-pound white rhinoceros to a 30-gram mouse. He has treated and examined more than 15,000 pets, and performed more than 3,000 eye surgeries.

Since his move to San Antonio five years ago, Dr. Greller has volunteered his time and services in a variety of meaningful ways such as free annual examinations to Guide Dogs of Texas as well as military working dogs at Lackland Air Force Base. He assists SeaWorld-San Antonio and the San Antonio Zoo with their ophthalmology cases. The following publications have covered Dr. Greller and his excellent customer service; The Washington Post, The San Antonio Express- News; North Central News, San Antonio Magazine, and San Antonio Business Journal. Dr. Greller was nominated by his clients and honored with the 2013 "Pick of the Litter" award by the San Antonio Area Foundation's Talk About It! campaign, which seeks to recognize outstanding veterinarians in the local community. Just recently, Dr. Greller was nominated by his clients and is currently a finalist for the 2014 San Antonio Business Journal Health Care Heroes “Rising Star” category, which celebrates health care professionals under the age of 40 who is making great strides and turning heads in the field. Dr. Greller also sits on the Board for both Guide Dogs of Texas and the San Antonio Zoo.

“I go to work everyday knowing that I have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of pets and their owners. Currently raising a visually impaired golden retriever, I understand the special bond we have with our animals and I feel their eyes speak to us. They are family, and we don't want to see them suffer.”

Dr. Lynsey Wagner, DVM, DACVO

Dr. Lynsey Wagner is a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist who joined the South Texas Veterinary Ophthalmology team in June 2014. She earned her bachelor of science degree in Biomedical Science and doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, graduating Summa Cum Laude from Texas A&M University. Throughout her professional training and career, Dr. Wagner has received many recognitions for her outstanding services and academic achievements including the John W. Clarke Memorial Endowment Fund Award, Patton W. Burns Award, Pfizer Small Animal Clinical Proficiency Award, W.W. & Mary Wallace Armistead Fund and Eye Care for Animals’ Resident of the Year. While practicing in Austin and Houston, she volunteered with the Austin Humane Society, Austin Pets Alive, the Austin Animal Shelter and the Houston Zoo. Dr. Wagner has received national press on some of her unique cases including The Huffington Post, MSNnow and made the front page of Yahoo News. Dr. Wagner sits on the board of the Veterinary Medical Association of Bexar County and is an active supporter of SNIPSA and participates in the “Big Fix” events.

“I am dedicated to enhancing the lives of my patients and clients by restoring vision, easing pain, and curing ophthalmic conditions in animals. As a veterinary ophthalmologist, my goal is to ensure each client and their owner is treated with respect and compassion and that their visit is a pleasant experience.”

Dr. Danielle Boyd, DVM, MPH

Dr. Danielle Boyd is a resident at South Texas Veterinary Ophthalmology and joined the team in 2016. She began her veterinary career at Pima Community College where she became a licensed-certified veterinary technician. She then earned her bachelors of science degree in Agribusiness/Pre-vet at Arizona State University followed by her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and her Masters in Public Health from St. George's University. Dr. Boyd completed her fourth/clinical year of veterinary school at North Caroline State University. Following her school years, Dr. Boyd completed a one year small animal medicine and surgery rotating internship at Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson in Arizona. From there, she completed a one year ophthalmology specialty internship at Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital and VCA Great Lakes Veterinary Specialists in Ohio. Along the way, Dr. Boyd volunteered her time in many meaningful ways in both animal and human programs. Some of her community services have included spay/neuter and vaccine programs in underserved communities and Indian reservations, human hospitals supporting therapy dog programs, soup kitchens prepping meals for families in-need during the holidays and tutoring children during after school programs.

“As a medical resident for STVO, I am committed to… provide the highest quality standard of care to meet the needs of owners and their pets while treating every pet with the same love and compassion as if he/she were my own.”

Misty, Veterinary Technician

Misty was born in Dallas, Texas but raised in San Antonio, Texas since the age of 5yrs old. Misty has been working in the veterinary field since 2006. Her favorite part of being a veterinary technician is helping animals during their time of need. When not working, Misty enjoys going to the beach, fishing, attending sporting events and concerts and spending time with her family. She has two pets - “Maynard”(9-yrs old lab/weiner mix) and “Taz” (3-yrs old siamese cat).

“As a technician for STVO, my goal is to go above and beyond what is expected of me.”

Jen, Technician

Jennifer was born and raised in San Antonio, TX and began working in the veterinary field since 2005. She enjoys learning something new everyday in the ophthalmology world, and getting to know the wonderful patients and clients she encounters. Jennifer loves to travel, read, going to movies, concerts, and trying new and weird foods. She has two pets - A cat named "Costa" (1-yr old) and a cat named "Mikey" (1-yr old).

"As a technician for STVO, my goal is to provide the best care possible and help educate clients about their pets eye care needs."

Liz, Licensed Veterinary Technician

Liz was born in Bartlett, Illinois, a suburb near Chicago and then moved to San Antonio, Texas 2011. She has been working in the veterinary field since 2007. Liz enjoys working in the veterinary field because it allows her to help animals when they can’t help themselves. For fun, Liz goes to the movies, goes to concerts, travels, reads books, works out, and goes shooting. She has six cats - “Jane” (5-yrs old), “Elwood” (3-yrs old), “Bruce” (1.5-yrs old), “Romeo" (1.5-yrs old), “Watson", and “April".

“As a technician for STVO, my goal is to treat every patient like it is my own pet.”

Jennifer “JC", Veterinary Technician

JC was born and raised in Houston, Texas and moved to San Antonio in 2014. She began working in the veterinary field in 2007 because she enjoys seeing pets healthy and happy. JC loves to ride rollercoasters, going to the movies, going to Comic-Cons, working in the yard, and grilling. JC has 5 cats and 3 dogs.

“As part of the technician team of STVO, my goal is to be a great team member by learning each day and teaching what i have learnt to my clients."

Cheryl, Client Service Representative

Cheryl was born and raised in Seguin, Texas and began working in the veterinary field in 2016. She enjoys working with animals because they are her passion and she loves seeing all the different breeds that visit the practice. Cheryl loves to read, take her dogs out, and being outside. Cheryl has two labrador retrievers.

"As a new reception team member of STVO, my goal is to grow my knowledge of the veterinary medical field and give our customer's the best experience possible when dealing with pet medical needs."

Meg, Practice Manager

Meg was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas and began working in the veterinary field in 2016. Meg enjoys working in the veterinary field because it provides her an opportunity to get to know pets and their owners. When not working, Meg enjoys hiking, traveling, and collecting fine wine. Meg has many pets including a donkey "Donkey", a goat "Billy", a turkey, and a dog "Duke".

"As the Practice Manager of STVO, my goal is to create an environment where our focus is to give the very best care and compassion to our patients and their owners; to be the very best at what we do!"