Dr. Bracho obtained his veterinary degree in his home country of Mexico. He did a two-year Internal Medicine and Surgery residency to strengthen his clinical skills and then practiced in Mexico City for 8 years. He was supervisor of Social Services and Practice Programs at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for 6 years, while being an associate veterinarian. In 2010, Dr. Bracho came to Houston, TX. Here he practiced as a general practitioner and one of our referring DVMs for 6 years, prior to deciding he wanted to pursue advanced training and become a specialist. During his GP tenure, he served as a Chief of Staff at Banfield Pet Hospital. Dr. Bracho finished a three year Emergency and Critical Care residency training at the University of Wisconsin in July 2021. Medically, Dr. Bracho has special interests in point of care ultrasound, cardiology, sepsis and mentoring new generations of veterinarians. In Dr. Bracho’s spare time he enjoys playing soccer, fitness, photography and traveling. He has 2 rescue dogs, Nemi and Chip (rescued from GCVS during Harvey), who also keep him busy.