We Treat all Pets from A to Z!!
At the A to Z Veterinary Clinic in Midland, our dedicated team of skilled veterinarians and supporting staff work every day to make your pet’s health their priority! Our animal clinic was founded in 2000 by Dr. Jessica Todia, an accomplished vet who has been involved in the veterinary field since she was 15, and her husband, Dr. Tommy Wilson, who is also an experienced equestrian vet.
Dr. Tommy Wilson and Dr. Jessica Todia opened A to Z Veterinary Clinic in the year 2000. Located in Midland, Texas, the clinic is pleased to be one of the leading veterinary facilities in the Permian Basin. We have the technology and experienced staff to offer full service from cats and dogs to horses, birds, and reptiles. Our doctors and staff regularly participate in continuing education to provide you with the latest advances in veterinary medicine. We are looking forward to providing you with all your veterinary medical, surgical, and rehabilitation needs. We are committed to your pet’s health and always practice with compassion. Meet the rest of the team, and learn more about our facility; it’s only a click away!
Our veterinarians are happy to treat pets and domestic animals with fur, feathers and scales at our animal clinic in Midland. We treat a wide variety of small and large animals, exotic animals and farm animals, including cats, dogs, reptiles, birds, deer, hedgehogs, donkeys, alpacas and horses. Our doctors and staff all participate in continuing education in order to make the latest advances and techniques in veterinary medicine available to all of our patients and provide them with the very best pet well care and large animal care possible.
Jessica Todia, DVM – Veterinarian
Dr. Jessica Todia (DVM) has been involved in the veterinary field for 21 years. She began working at a veterinary clinic in Morrow, OH when she was 15 years old. Growing up, she knew she wanted to attend either veterinary school or culinary school; as she also has a passion for cooking. At the age of 21, during her undergrad studies, she knew that the veterinary field was the right choice for her. She attended Ross University in St. Kitts, and graduated in 1997. Jessica works on large, small, and exotics. She especially enjoys focusing on wildlife, birds, and turtles.
Her husband, Dr. Tommy Wilson, and she make an amazing team here at A to Z. They met at Oklahoma State University while working on their clinical rotations. They both came to West Texas to work their first jobs and were married shortly after that. They were always told that “you would never leave West Texas once you wore out your first pair of boots.” Obviously the saying ran true for them, as they fell in love with the area and opened A to Z Veterinary Clinic together. When Dr. Todia isn’t working with animals, you will find her spending with Tyler (her son) and Tommy. She also enjoys working in her garden, canning, and cooking. At A to Z Veterinary Clinic we reap the benefits of her other passion – cooking. On Monday mornings she treats us to one of her amazing home-made breakfast/brunch dishes; which of course are made with vegetables from her garden.
Tommy Wilson, DVM – Veterinarian
Dr. Tommy Wilson (DVM) knew he wanted to be a veterinarian from the time he was in junior high school. However, he was pushed toward the medical field by many, and began as a pre-med student. After his second year of college, he knew that the only thing he wanted to be was a veterinarian because that was where his love was. He switched his major and pursued veterinary medicine instead. Tommy grew up on a farm outside Ponca City, OK. He attended Oklahoma State University for both his undergrad and veterinary studies. During his last year in veterinary school, during clinical rotations, he met his wife to-be, Jessica Todia. He graduated in the class of 1997. He took his first job in West Texas, and soon came to open A to Z Veterinary Clinic with Jessica. Tommy enjoys focusing on large animals, and arthroscopic/orthopedic surgeries. When Tommy isn’t working at the vet clinic he enjoys hunting, electric powered helicopters, old cars, and of course spending time with Tyler (his son) and Jessica.
Adam Vree, DVM – Veterinarian
Adam Vree is the middle child of 5 children. He has always loved being a part of a large family who has been a great support system through his schooling and career.
He received his BS in Biology at the University of Texas o the Permian Basin, UTPB, in Odessa, TX and then received his DVM at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine RUSVM, which is located on St Kitts, and island making up a part of the West Indies in the Caribbean. He finished his DVM program at Oklahoma State University in Still water, OK for his clinical year and came back to his roots here in west Texas.
He is loved by his two rescues while he adopted though this time in vet school and as a veterinarian. one, a chocolate lab by the name Madelyn, or Maddie for short, loves to be his shadow anywhere he goes and loves long walks and foods! The other, Mags, is a Siberian mix who loves annoying her older sister and cuddling with her dad after a long day of playing.
Adam also enjoys reading, watching Disney movies, and plans on expanding his interests in woodworking/Carpentry.
Barbara – Office Administrator
Started work at the clinic as a receptionist. When she was offered the position of bookkeeper/business manager, she accepted and has been in that position for four years. Being able to do a job she enjoys while working with a wonderful staff has made this one of the most satisfying and rewarding jobs she has ever had. The great clientele and the amazing and varied animals that come to the clinic keep the job interesting. When Barbara started at the clinic, she had two dogs and two house cats. She and her husband now have six cats, three dogs, and three goats.
Jim – Equine Physical Therapy Director
Has been involved in the horse industry his entire life. He is an accomplished farrier and has worked many years on therapeutic shoeing cases for our clinic. He is also an outstanding horse trainer with exceptional horse handling skills. Jim and his wife, LeAnn, have a whole family of pets consisting of dogs, cats, horses, goats, a miniature horse, a miniature donkey, and a duck. When he is not taking his daughter, Callie to a horse show he likes to go hunting and fishing.
Victoria – Office Manager
Victoria was born in Pecos, TX and moved to Midland in 2004. She graduated from high scholl in 2012 and is a roud alumni of Robert E. Lee High Schol.
She furthered her education by attending the Veterinary Technicians Institue of Houston. There she gained her associate’s degree in Applicate Animal Science. After graduation, she returned home and started working at a veterinary clinic.
As soon as A to Z Veterinary Clinic had a position available, she jumped ship and joined the A to Z family. She has happily worked here since February of 2016 and is not the Office Manager. She says she couldn’t dream of having a better job.
She is even the proud owner of three very siled cats thanks to A to Z. She knows the job gets crazy and can be very hectic at times, but everyone at A to Z operates as a family and that helps to get through the day.
Laura – Veterinary Technician
Laura is a Veterinary Technician and her animal passions include helping people with special needs through animal therapy, wildlife rehabilitation, and exotic animal rescuing. Her future goal is to expand her technical abilities. She has always loved animals since she can remember. She was introduced to her very own exotic pet when she was 10years old. Her name was Smokey and she was a chinchilla. To this day it’s still her favorites pet.
Laura cane to Midland in 2014 from Northern PA and loves the fast-paced environment of being a technician and the variety of tasks that must be performed with each patient. She enjoys making a positive difference in the lived of not only the animals but their owners. She also feels learning something new every day is a wonderful thing. If she isn’t working, you can find her outdoors and spending time with her two dogs: Dylon ( a Westie) and Scout (a Scottie).
Michelle – Veterinary Technician
Michelle ws born and raised in Morgantownm PA. There, she went to an agricutlture high school. She particpated in FFA in Hirse judging and placed 10th in the nation her senior year. She also holds Bronze, Silver, and Gold awards through Gilr Scouts.
She went to Delaware Vallet College for a Bachelor’s Degree in equine science and an Associate’s Degree in equine studies. She graduated cum laude with the University Scholars Award. After college, she became a barn manager where she also gave riding lessons and trained horses.
She and her husband recently moved to Texas and she started working for A to Z Veterinary Clinic in 2017. Currently, they have three cats, two dogs, and a handful of fish. Her horse is still in PA.
In the fall of 2019, they had their first child.
Thomas – Kennel Satff / Veterinary Technician
Thomas was born and raised in Midland, TX. He gratuated from Robert E. Lee High Schill and is currently attending idland College where he is stufying biology. He plans on attending Texas A & M to hoefully pruseue a career in Veterinary Science.
While in high school, he raised and bred rabbits in his backyard and has a blast. After several successful litters of bunnies from his three rabbits: Anderson, Pheobe, and Vanilla, he knew he wanted to pursue Veterinary Science.
Trey – Kennel Staff
Trey’s passion is animals. Whether it is feeding, cleaning, or handling the animals, there is nothing he loves more.
He began working at A to Z Veterinary Clinic in order to gain more experience in working with animals. He plans on pursuing a career in Zoo Technology and hopes to be a manager of a zoo program someday.
His childhood her was none other than the one and only crocodile hunter Steve Erwin. He grew up watching his shows. That was one of the things that inspired him to want to wor with animals.
Since he started working at A to Z, he has discovered that working with animals is his life’s calling.
At home, he has one iguana, eight leopard geckos, one veiled chameleon, five dogs, two cats, and three horses.
Nathan – Lead Volunteer
Nathan started at A to Z Veterinary Clinic first as a client when he was eight years old and brought in his bearded dragon for an exam.
Nathan began volunteering at A to Z, spending all of his free time caring for the animals. His favorite thing about spending time at the clinic is that he learns new things every day.
Some of his favorite animals to work with at the possums and the red-tailed hawk and any of the native wildlife that comes through the door. He also really enjoys teaching local elementary children about native wildlife.
When Nathan is not at the clinic, he enjoys spending time with his family, at his church, or hanging with his friends. He is currently studying for the falconry exam so that he can become a licensed falconer. He hopes one day to become a Texas game warden.
Dezerey – Head Veterinary Technician
Dezerey is currently the leas Veterinary Technician at A to Z Veteranry Clinic. She has been working here since August 2016. She moved to Lubbock fro a couple of years to strt a faily with her fiances, Javier. The have two girls, Milania and Yaretzi. They recently moved back to Midland.
She attended Veterinary Technician Institue in Houston and Vitsa College in Luccock. She received her associate degree in Veterinary Medicine of Applied Science.
Her passion is her job. She feels she is fortunate to have bosses like Dr. Todia and Dr. Wilson and to work at a place where animals come first and where she gets to be a part of Peeps and Creeps, an amazing organization for domesticated exotic animals and wildlife unable to return to the natural habitat.
Chelsi – Rehabilitation Tech
Chelsi has worked at A to Z Veterinary Clinic since 2013. She does the animal physical therapy.
Next to being a mom, this is the most rewarding job she has ever had. She loves being able to work on one on one with the animals, according to their individual needs.
Besides a number of cats, dogs, and other assorted pets, she raises Nigerian dwarf goats.
Carly – Lead Kenneal Staff
Carly was born and raised in Austin, TX. She has been an avid animal lover from a young age.
After starting a degree in Environmental Studies, she realized that animals seemed to be largely excluded from the environment as a while and are, for the most part, not intrinsically valued by a large portion of society.
Shortly after, she decided to dedicate her career to helping animals in need. She did wildlife rehab on and off for three years at Austin Wildlife Rescue in Austin, TX before moving to Midland with her wonderful fiance. She was fortunate enough to find a job that truly matches her career goals and genuine passion for helping animals with Peeps and Creeps located with A to Z Veterinary Clinic.