Our Veterinarians

TX Vets

The Family Pet Clinic of Richland Hills team of skilled veterinarians welcomes you to our practice. Proudly serving the North Richland Hills and Grapevine Highway areas. At Family Pet Clinic of Richland Hills, it is our daily privilege to provide quality vet care to your cherished pet, with compassion and competence. We hope to ensure a positive impact on our patients, pet owners and the local community.


Dr. James G. Hoglund - Managing Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. James Hoglund has been practicing companion animal medicine and surgical care in the DFW area since 2008. He comes to Family Pet Clinic of Richland Hills bringing with him 15+ years of multidisciplinary veterinary experience, with practice area expertise spanning animal wellness/preventive care, surgery, dermatology, dentistry, internal medicine, and emergency/critical care for companion animals both large and small.

Prior to joining the Family Pet Clinic of Richland Hills team, Dr. Hoglund spent four years as a supervising veterinarian within a busy emergency and referral animal hospital. He worked closely with Board-Certified Surgeons and Critical Care Specialists on a broad array of complex cases, developing well-honed expertise in providing life-saving emergency and surgical care treating toxic ingestions, traumatic injuries, and severe/chronic illnesses. His previous work includes veterinary positions within private practice and public health settings, including roles as lead veterinarian, Level II-certified equine dentist, and state veterinary technician for the Iowa State Racing & Gaming Commission.

Dr. Hoglund earned his DVM from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine and his BS in Animal Science from North Dakota State University. He places particular emphasis on the human-animal bond, compassion-geared care, and progressive veterinary medicine incorporating the latest advancements in animal diagnostics, health, and wellness.

Dr. Hoglund’s compassion for animals began in childhood from growing up on a small grain farm in North Dakota, where he and his family raised, showed, and cared for a wide variety of animals ranging from rabbits to Clydesdales. This love of animals started him on his true passion of veterinary medicine. When not at work, Dr. Hoglund can be found trying out new recipes for family and friends or spending time training and playing with his young Blue Heeler, Phoebe.


Dr. John Scott

Dr. John Scott is a graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation he served a one-year internship at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine and has since practiced in Houston, Texas and Amarillo, Texas where his practice has been limited to dogs and cats. He has a special interest in veterinary law and has served as a member of the Board of Directors and as President of the American Veterinary Medical Law Association. He enjoys participating in choral music with church choirs and has participated in tours of China and central Eastern Europe with a choral group from Brookhaven College in Dallas. He owns a classic Corvette and a motorcycle and drives them as weather permits.


Dr. Lisa Snow

Dr. Lisa Snow has been involved in the veterinary field for over 16 years, bearing the title of veterinarian for close to 9 of those years. Having started out in mixed animal practice, Dr. Snow has since been practicing exclusively companion animal medicine for the past 7 years. After living in Texas for a few years shortly after graduating, Dr. Snow spent some time back in her cold-winter home state of Illinois. She decided she missed both the people and the warm weather here, and made Texas once again her home at the beginning of 2016.

Dr. Snow earned her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and her BS in Animal Science from the University of Illinois. She has had experience working in emergency and critical care, surgery, dentistry, preventative medicine, dermatology, and internal medicine, and is constantly learning the newest and most effective techniques through yearly continuing education conferences and consultations with other colleagues.

Currently pursuing getting her fear-free certification, Dr. Snow is a huge advocate of moving at the patient’s pace and helping to make the patient as comfortable as possible during a stressful situation. Her primary interests are trauma and surgery; taking great pride in making some of the worst injuries heal to have the best functionality and cosmetic appearance possible. Dr. Snow is also a big advocate for client education and preventative medicine, including weight management. She is excited to be able to work with several of the community rescues to help improve the stray population.

When not in the office, Dr. Snow loves to bake! She has also become quite proficient at quilting and has taught herself how to crochet. Dr. Snow is the proud “mom” to seven (yes seven!) dogs, ranging in various sizes and breeds. They definitely keep her hands full!