Phone: (817) 341-3331
3713 Fort Worth Highway
Hudson Oaks, TX 76087



Our Reception Staff

Tina Dennytina

Tina came to work for Dr. Langerhans from the beginning here at I-20 Animal Hospital in September 2010. She had worked for him for several years at his prior facility in Fort Worth. Tina, herself, has been in the veterinary industry since 1988. She gained an abundance of experience from years of working at a variety of places from regular day practices to referral and emergency clinics. She could not imagine doing anything else. From the clients to the animals and staff she has always found nothing but gratification from what she does. She is originally from Colorado. She and her husband enjoy car shows and racing.




Amanda Armstrong390

Being a devoted animal lover, Amanda joined the world of veterinary medicine when she started here at the clinic in the fall of 2013. She has worked very hard to gain knowledge and experience as a veterinary receptionist over the last few years. She graduated from Kennedale High School and completed some college course work at TCC prior to becoming a full time mother. Her husband and 2 little boys live in Peaster, TX. In their time off, they cherish family moments together in the outdoors. They particularly enjoy fishing and hunting.




Krista Willisimg_0584_kirsta_willis

Krista was added to our ever growing team of receptionists in September, 2015. She is originally from Midland, TX. She is a very intelligent and bright individual who is currently attending Tarleton State University working on her pre-vet studies. She is looking to gain experience at our facility until it is time for her to go off on her big adventures to veterinary school.  In her free time she utilizes her husbandry skills and shows a variety of livestock.






Angela Browning

Angela joined our team in September 2017.  She graduated from Arlington High School in 1998 and came to our hospital with over three years’ experience in the veterinarian industry.

Angela loves big dogs, finds time to cook and bake; yet she also adores camping, hunting, fishing, and hiking. She has a great 17 year old son who is a cadet firefighter and a 14 year old daughter who is simply amazing and Angela’s right hand.




Amanda Young  

Amanda joined us in August 2018.  In Amanda's free time she loves to go hiking, camping, fishing, being with friends, family and her house full of fur-babies.

“Animals have always been my calling. I have always had a very special bond with them. I believe with my whole heart that animals are angels that have been sent to us. So I feel that I was put here to make sure they are taken care of and to let them know how very loved and important they are!”




Victoria Alvarez

Victoria joined us in August 2018.  She grew up in the military and finally settled down moving to Texas in 2013.  Victoria has been in the veterinary field since 2011 and is currently attending Tarleton State University for business administration.   When Victoria is not at work she is busy with her studies and her three dogs Simon Oliver, Sofia Loren,and Sadie Belle.  Her aspirations are to one day become a practice manager.


Kimberly Roberts

Kimberly started in September 2018.  She is from Weatherford, TX and attended college for Forensic &  Child Psychology.   She always has had a passion for helping animals and started her career in the Veterinary field here at our hospital.  In her spare time she sings in a Gospel group called Texas Praise, and enjoys relaxing with her family, friends and her dog named Reba.



Ember Moore

Ember joined us in February 2019.  Raised in Lafayette, Louisiana.  Ember moved to Texas to start on living her dreams.   She is currently looking into attending Weatherford College and is just starting in the veterinary profession.  In her spare time she enjoys relaxing with her family, friends and her cats named Onyx, Lilo, Memow and Luna.


Linda Kimmel

Linda started in March 2019.  Growing up she lived in Euless, TX and is currently residing in Granbury, TX.   Starting in the field in 2000, Linda's long career in the veterinary field has given her extensive experience in multiple areas of a small animal hospital.  In her spare time Linda enjoys long country drives, reading, cooking, crocheting, fishing, and arrowhead hunting.  Her beloved pets at home include a border collie named Daisy, Jasmine an australian shephard, a cat named Hermione, and a minature donkey named Buddy.