A native of North Texas, Dr. Wesley Taylor is the Owner and Medical Director of Highlands-Eldorado Veterinary Hospital. Voted Best Veterinarian by McKinney Magazine for multiple years, Dr. Taylor has been passionate about caring for animals since his start in the veterinary field in 1980. After attending Rice University for undergrad in 1988, he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. He completed his residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in 1995. Dr. Taylor’s areas of professional interest include orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, cardiology and working in police K-9 medicine. In addition to his practice responsibilities, he serves as the President of the Texas Police K-9 Foundation. For the past 20 years he’s lived on a ranch north of McKinney with his wife, Alicia. They enjoy spending time with all of their animals, including four dogs, three horses and a one-eyed mockingbird.
Dr. Regina Feltrin was born and raised in Brotas, a small town in São Paulo State, Brazil. Dr. Feltrin earned her Veterinary Medical Degree from Centro Universitário Fundação de Ensino Octavio Bastos (UNIFEOB) in São João da Boa Vista, Brazil. From here, she went on to complete an Equine Medicine Internship at Weems and Stephens Equine Hospital, and a Small Animal Medicine Internship at Highlands Eldorado Veterinary Hospital. Fast forward to 2023, Dr. Feltrin is now an Associate Veterinarian at Highlands Eldorado Veterinary Hospital after acquiring her licensure to practice veterinary medicine in Texas.
Her areas of professional interest include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, internal medicine, and cardiology. Overall, Dr. Feltrin loves to be able to help her patients feel better.
Dr. Feltrin speaks English, Portuguese, and Spanish. She lives on a ranch with her husband, Murilo, who is also from Brazil, their dog, horse, and four cows. When Dr. Feltrin is not in the office, she spends time running, working out, and enjoying her family.