Linda R. Elliott, DVM
Dr. Elliott was born in Cedar Rapids, IA and received her DVM degree in 1978 from Iowa State University in Ames, IA. The call of the West brought her to Arizona after graduation to work in a Mesa practice specializing in small animals. In 1979 Dr. Elliott opened her own practice in Mesa, then moved into Ahwatukee Commons Veterinary Hospital in 1988.
Dr. Elliott shares her east valley home with three dogs, one cat, 2 horses, a herd of 15 Alpaca and a flock of 40+ non-native exotic small birds. In her free time, she enjoys singing, kayaking, hiking, traveling the world, and blowing custom glass vessels.
Rebecca Housley, DVM
An Arizona native and the daughter of Dr. Elliott, Dr. Housley went into the “family business” after being around the veterinary field her whole life. She has bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Nursing as well as being a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. For her, being a veterinarian is a passion, and not just a profession.
Dr. Housley currently shares her home with two dogs, two cats, and a horse, although that will be changing in the future as she has recently become engaged! When she’s not working, Dr. Housley enjoys hiking, travel, and hanging out at the lake.
Dana Nassoiy, DVM
Dr. Nassoiy is an Arizona native with a rich family history embedded into the wild wild west. Dr. Nassoiy started her veterinary studies as ASU where she holds a Bachlors Degree. She also has an Associate degree in Equine Science at Scottsdale Community College. After her undergrad studies were completed she headed off to Midwestern University to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Once she obtained her DVM license she did not stop there she continued onto Chi University for Acupuncture for both large and small animals as well as becoming certified/licensed in Equine Spinal Manipulation. Dr. Nassoiy sees not only dogs and cat but horses as well.
In her spare time she enjoys country swing dancing, riding horse and the company of her 4 dogs, 3 horses, and 1 emu. We are thrilled to have Dr. Nassoiy join our Ahwatukee Commons Veterinary team!
Ashley W., C.V.T
Ashley interned with us when she was studying to become a Certified Veterinary Technician back in 2010. After graduating she became a full-time staff member. Ashley moved to Tucson for a few years but moved back in 2016 to join the ACVH team once again. Ashley lives in Buckeye with her soon to be husband, one handsome cat named Tom, and a rambunctious Standard poodle named Cheyenne. She Ashley is also a native to the state of Arizona. In her spare time, she loves camping, mule riding, off roading, and exploring all that our beautiful state of Arizona has to offer.
Client Service Representatives
Wendy is from Port Lavaca, Texas which is quite evident when you hear her speak that southern drawl. Upon graduation from high school in Texas, she went to real estate school and acquired her license. She then moved to Arizona and acquired her real estate license here. Wendy decided that real estate was not for her and as a result we were lucky enough to have her join our team! She has three dogs: two chihuahuas and a Mexican hairless. Wendy loves the hairless dogs….and all the other hairless animals too! Wendy enjoys going to drive-in movies, bicycling, cooking, shopping and traveling. Wendy has moved back to Texas to be with her family, but we are lucky enough to have her be able to answer the phones so you can still hear her southern drawl.
Angel is one of our non-Arizona natives! She is originally from Oregon but has lived in Arizona for several years. Angel enjoys spending time with her husband, her 2 teenage boys, her 4 dogs, 2 cats and her ferret! In her spare time she enjoys watching her boys play sports, camping, hiking, swimming and vacationing out of state in California, Idaho and Oregon. Angel loves working with animals of all shapes and sizes and we are happy to have her here as part of the ACVH team!
Becky is originally from Wisconsin she got tired of the cold and decided to relocate to the sunny Arizona desert in the fall of 2021. Becky has a long history with the animal health care field. She also was a Fire Fighter and an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) for 15 years! Becky has a bright outlook on life and enjoys spending time in the great outdoor with her friends and family. She also enjoys the company of her 3 dogs named Brantley, Enzo, Oscar Meyer Weiner and 1 cat named Sassy.
Amber grew up around animals and has been in the animal medical field for 10 years. Amber is also originally from Arizona however she briefly lived in California for a time before moving back to AZ in 2014 where she settled down in Tonopah, AZ. On her mini farm she has 3 horses, 4 mules, 2 cows, 2 dogs, 4 cats and 15 chickens all of which she loves dearly. In Amber's spare time she enjoys, hiking, kayaking, riding her mules, horse back riding, barrel racing and pole bending.
Katlyne is a native from northern AZ. She relocated from Prescott 4 years ago to continue her education. She plans on staying in the veterinary field wanting to help all critters (except perhaps those with 8 legs). In her spare time, she enjoys learning to play the piano and hanging out with her German Shepard, Sam.
Katie is a country girl from Omaha, Nebraska originally she moved around a bit over the years. In 2022 she found herself in Arizona and joining our Ahwatukee Commons Veterinary team. Katie spent 4 years in the Navy before she settled into the veterinary field. Her hobbies include ice skating, resin art and movie nights. She also loves laying in the green grass, walking through the trees, watching the rain and spending quality time with the people she loves.
Originally from Moohead Minnesota Cora relocated to Arizona about 9 years ago. Cora is actually hard at work getting her Bachelors in Applied Biological Sciences. Cora’s goal is to one day become a veterinarian so she can improve the life of the animals around her. On top of being a plant lover, she has 1 Pitbull mix and 1 Basset Hound/Sheltie mix both of which she adores. In her spare time she enjoy spending time with her family and close friends.
Willard was born in 2001 on a small farm here in the valley, so you can consider him a farm boy. One day Dr. Elliott was out doing her riding lesson and said “Hey, that’s a really cool cat!” She took him home that day to become her lovable barn cat. Willard loves the great outdoors. His past times included sleeping on hay bales and getting love. Treats on-demand are expected and boy can he demand! As Willard matured he was not the best barn cat; therefore Dr. Elliott decided to bring him to the clinic to bring joy to all her staff on a daily basis. Willard enjoys long naps on his plush bed, casual strolls around the treatment area, and FOOD.