Dr. Jeff Lancaster- Veterinarian
Dr. Jeff is a native of Tyler and graduated from Robert E. Lee High school. Afterwards, he attended Tyler Junior College and he furthered his education with a Bachelors Degree in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M. Dr. Jeff received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine while at Texas A&M in 1989 and was a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
In 1989, he founded Tyler Veterinary Center where he practices small animal medicine. Two of his special areas of interest are Dermatology and General Surgery.
When not practicing medicine, he enjoys spending time with this three children; Kelli, Ben and Jake. There are two special ladies in Dr. Jeff's life; his bird dogs Molly and June. Some of his hobbies are playing golf, flying his plane, fishing, woodworking, and spending time with his family.
Dr. Sharon Phillips- Veterinarian
Dr. Phillips was born and raised in Fort Worth until attending Texas A&M in 1986 where she received both her undergraduate degree and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating in 1993, she moved back to Fort Worth and worked at Westcreek Animal Hospital for 4 years. In 1997, she and her husband Lee, who is a Tyler native, moved back to the Flint area. At that time, she became an associate veterinarian at Tyler Veterinary Center where she continues to practice.
Currently, Dr. Phillips lives in Flint with her husband, Lee, and their two children, Keith and Sarah, who are students at Texas A&M University. They share their home with 5 dogs: Joe, Wolf, Hazel, Apollo, and Louie, as well as, 3 cats: Claire, Jasmine, and Robyn. She and her family are active in their church, Dayspring Methodist Church, located here in Tyler. When not at work, she is on the board and volunteers with the Therapet Organization which uses dogs to help in human rehabilitation and hospital visitation. Dr. Phillips is also on the board of the SPCA of East Texas and is a foster home for this program. A few more of her favorite hobbies include cooking, gardening, and reading.