Our team is passionate about pet care and dedicated to taking the absolute best care of your furry best friend.
Ken was born in Pasadena, Texas, but grew up in Magnolia. Living in this part of the country, Ken says, it was only natural for him to have horses, dogs, cats, a pet squirrel, a bird, chickens, and cows!
During high school, Regina worked for a veterinarian in Tomball, Texas, and loved every minute of it. After attending college for business management and accounting, she began working at Western Hills in May of 2012 as the Office Manager, where she adores interacting with four-legged patients every day!
Mary’s family moved to Montgomery County when she was an infant, and she’s been here ever since. After bringing her own pet to Western Hills Animal Medical and Surgical Clinic, she was offered a position and enthusiastically accepted. Now she’s worked at Western Hills as a Veterinary Technician for over 17 years!
Thanks to her mother’s dog and cat allergies, Kailee grew up caring for other types of critters—she was no stranger to chickens, turkeys, and sugar gliders! Early on, she developed a passion for animal care that just wouldn’t quit. Kailee knew that a career in veterinary medicine was the only choice for her.
Anne has felt a special bond with animals ever since she was a young girl. By working as a Veterinary Technician, she’s able to spend time with the pets she loves so much while ultimately bettering the lives of animal owners and their companions!
Dr. Ashif Majeed
Ever since he can remember, Dr. Ashif Majeed has been fascinated by animals, medicine, and science. Working in the animal care field gives him a window into the true diversity of nature, ultimately allowing him to serve his fellow man by providing top-notch care for pets!
Receptionist, Kennel Technician
Raised on a cattle farm in Douglas County, Missouri, Casey has had a passion for animal care ever since she was a little girl. She remembers feeding calves from a bottle when she was very young, and knows that these early experiences left a permanent impression on her! Now, Casey is a full-time veterinary receptionist and kennel technician.
Tallecia used to work in a feed store, and realized she was selling deworming and medical products for illnesses she didn’t fully understand herself. She ended up studying veterinary technology in order to have her questions answered! Now Tallecia cares for pets every day as a Veterinary Technician.
Assistant Office Administrator
Courtney’s passion for rehabilitating animals has led to a satisfying career in the veterinary medicine field. Courtney has spent countless hours bottle feeding cats, goats, and sheep who needed regular nourishment to survive. She has also worked with equine rescue groups, giving neglected horses a second chance to thrive. After seeing animals’ lives changed through skilled, compassionate care, Courtney realized that a veterinary medicine career was the right choice for her. She wants to keep contributing to animals’ good health for many years to come!
Barbara says she became a pet groomer so she could do her part in helping pets live happier, healthier lives. She’s been grooming since she was 18 years old, and hasn’t looked back since!
Maria was born and raised in Snow Hill, North Carolina. Her father worked at a hog farm and started taking her with him when she was four years old. It was this event that helped eventually bring her into the veterinary industry. “Growing around chickens, goats, horses, dogs, cats, and ducks made me more curious about how animals lived and saw a veterinarian come and visit every once in a while made me start thinking about that as a career.” When she was eight, she helped a mama goat give birth and even had to assist with positioning the baby for an easier birth! “That was the day I decided to go into the veterinary field.”
Maria went to school at the Vet Tech Institute of Houston and completed her schooling online to earn her Associate’s degree. Her passion is being in the lab!
Maria’s passion is her sons, Alonso and Isaac. She loves working with animals, but her favorite is farm animals as that’s what she grew up with!
Brandi was born in Conroe, TX and raised in Willis, TX.
Growing up loving all animals, she’s been in FFA since 9th grade. Once she got in, she entered the fast track program to become a CVA.
Even though her mom said no, she spent her life bringing stray animals home. In 2005, she got her first puppy and was hooked! This was the moment she decided to spend her life dedicated to veterinary medicine. She was intrigued by vaccinations and the veterinary industry in general.
“I enjoy interacting with my clients when they come into the clinic. I love helping team member when I can and learning new things constantly.”
Her dog Shiner was rescued from the side of the road, and she loves her dearly. She also shares a home with her Balinese, Bella, who is 11-years-old.
In her spare time, she loves riding four-wheelers, horseback riding and barrel racing, and dirt track race cars. Sprint cars are her favorite because she used to build and drive them with her dad.
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Lee grew up in a small town in Arkansas. In a previous life, Lee served four years active duty in the Army Military Intelligence Airborne Unit!
Lee fell in love with the veterinary industry when our of the country serving in the military when he would help catch animals for spay and neuter in Honduras. He believes that pets are much better companions when they’re spayed and neutered.
At the clinic, Lee helps draw blood, dental health, and loves meeting new puppies and kittens!
Originally from Huntsville, TX and the second oldest of a large military family. Brittany grew up raising animals including horses, sheep, and sugar gliders.
Brittany first became interested in the veterinary industry when she was given a Bluetick puppy at the age of four. She was immediately hooked and would always bring home sick or injured animals from the barn. After taking a veterinary course in high school, she decided that was the career for her. She continued her education at the Vet Tech Institute of Houston and graduated with an Associate’s of Veterinary Technology in October of 2016. She is still working on a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Technology.
“I love anything and everything animal, including the scaley ones, but my true passion is large animals.”
Brittany has a five-month-old son that is the joy of her life and greatest accomplishment. She also has a nine-year-old American bulldog named Dom, and crazy bull mastiff puppies Kane and Khaleesi.