Opening South Creek Animal Clinic is a culmination of a lifelong dream that began for Dr. G when he was only 16 years old and got his first job as a veterinary assistant. After graduating high school, he received a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science from Texas A&M University and went on to earn his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University.
Dr. G is a gentle handler, a highly skilled surgeon, an excellent diagnostician and even does animal dentistry. Most of all, Dr. G is passionate about your relationship with your furry family members. He will be your advocate, and your tour guide on the wonderful journey of pet ownership through every stage in their lives.
Dr. G lives just around the corner from South Creek Animal Clinic with his wife Haven, who is also a Veterinarian, their two small children Jet and Hazel, and their ridiculously adorable Pit Bull/Catahoula mix Rico.
Customer Service Coordinator
Mary is an avid animal lover, She grew up with pet Armadillos that would come through her back door when she was in Texas. However she has lived all over the world growing up a child of an offshore rig manager, she has lived in Greece, Brazil, Libya, Louisiana and finally Houston, Texas. Her favorite breed of dog is Pugs! She graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor’s of Education and an English Minor. Outside of South Creek, she enjoys spending time with her family including her 5 grandchildren.
Codi is native to the Tomball area, an avid outdoors-woman. She has been a veterinary assistant for over 8 years and is a human Certified Sugery Technician (CST). Her passion in the veterinary field is educating owners and building lasting relationships with each and every family. Her favorite breed of dog is Chocolate Labrador Retrievers, her family has two at home, Mallie and Beaux. Mallie loves duck Hunting with her Mom and Dad.
Kary recently moved to the Spring area from Long Island, New York. Kary’s dream has always been to work with animals, she previously worked at a clinic in New York to gain experience while on her journey to become a licensed veterinary technician. Kary is enrolled at Lone Star College in pursuit of her Licensed Veterinary Technician certification and working part time to continue her hands on education of veterinary medicine. Kary lives at home with her two dogs Windie and Penny and her 3 cats, Lulu, Sassy, and Salem. In the past, Kary has rescued and fostered stray cats and kittens and has had 2 snakes and 1 raccoon(she nursed him back to health under supervision of a wildlife rehab group in New York). Kary can’t pick a favorite breed because she loves all animals.