Veterinary Staff



 Alexandra Murphy was born and raised in former West Berlin, Germany. She fell in love with horses at an early age, and competed in dressage and stadium jumping. She has college degrees in botany and child development, and also completed a formal apprenticeship to become a licensed riding instructor in Germany. She came to the USA in 1993 to support her husband in his military career, raised their two daughters and taught riding lessons. In 2000 she became a certified instructor with the American Riding Instructor Association in Dressage and Stable Management. From 2001-2010 she managed the Ft. Hood Stables, a 108 horse facility for the members of the armed forces, and operated her own lesson & training program teaching dressage, working with mentally and physically challenged soldiers returning from war.



Autum grew up in Columbus and is very involved in the community rescuing and helping animals. Animals are her passion. She loves spending time outdoors, dancing, singing and spending time with family and friends.
She has always had many different types of animals; from cats, dogs, turtles, hamsters and horses. She loves them all. Autum is a happy fur mom of 8 four legged babies. She loves being a part of the Columbus Animal Clinic team and is excited to see what the future of the clinic holds.



Rosa was born in Galveston Texas, but raised in Columbus and graduated from Columbus High School. She lives with her husband, Fernando and their 4 year old daughter, Jenelle. Rosa is OSHA Certified and Healthcare Provider CPR Certification (BLS).

Since she joined CAC she has gained knowledge in veterinary care as well as client relations. She has a big heart for all animals and animal care. Rosa is the clinic's receptionist and technician.

She is also mom of a 2 year old shepherd/lab mix, Oso. Outside of work, Rosa enjoys going out dancing, attending music festivals, exercising and spending time with family & friends.



Tiffany was born in Katy Texas, but raised in Sealy. She graduated from Sealy High School in 2017. Most of her childhood was spent caring for her dogs, cats, fish, goats and chickens. Growing up she always knew she had a passion for helping and rescuing animals in need. Since joining CAC, she has gained a lot of knowledge in veterinary care and plans to pursue higher education in the veterinary field. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and friends along with my 4 dogs and 5 cats.