Dr. Daryl Williams
Dr. Daryl was awarded his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University in 2006. He began his career practicing medicine at a progressive North Dallas animal hospital before joining Hurst Animal Clinic in late 2009.
He believes in progressive, yet practical care and works to stay very current on issues and diseases that affect our four-legged loved ones. Though all areas of Veterinary Medicine intrigue Dr. Daryl, his particular areas of interest are surgery, gastroenterology, dermatology and endocrinology.
Dr. Daryl is a native of Stedman, North Carolina, but has been living in Texas since 1998. He grew up on a “mini-farm” and has always enjoyed caring for animals. Dr. Daryl feels that being a Veterinarian means lending a voice to the voiceless and helping to ease their suffering.
In his “spare” time, Dr. Daryl enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids, camping, gardening and really anything that takes him outside.
Dr. Sarah Hawkins
Dr. Hawkins joined the team at Hurst Animal Clinic in June 2016. She received her Bachelor of Science, Masters of Science, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University.
She has been working in veterinary clinics since she was 16 years old, however her love for animals developed much earlier in life. During college she worked as a Veterinary Technician and continued to develop her passion for the profession.
While she enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine her special interests include internal medicine, dermatology, and ophthalmology. Outside of work she enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her four-legged family members.
Dr. Hawkins is very excited to be a part of the Hurst Animal Clinic family and is eager to serve you and your beloved pets!
Dr. Justin Wortley
Dr. Wortley joined Hurst Animal Clinic in March, 2017. He graduated from Texas A&M with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2014.
During his undergraduate studies, he worked as a technician at a small animal clinic in Stephenville. After graduation from vet school, he worked for two years at a mixed animal practice in Abilene and then one year at a small animal practice in Frisco.
He enjoys diagnosing and providing medical/preventative care to his patients and helping to build the human-animal bond as well as seeing his hospitalized patients get well and go home to their families.
His primary interests in Veterinary Medicine are surgery and neurology.
In his time off he enjoys playing basketball, baseball, paintball, and going fishing and camping.
He has two dogs and one cat, all animals he has rescued through the years.