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Welcome To Grand Park Animal Clinic! We Are Your Katy Veterinarian For All Pet Care Needs

At Grand Park Animal Clinic, we are proud to offer a multitude of vet services in the Katy area. Our dedicated and compassionate veterinary staff loves animals, and we want to partner with you to make sure your pet companion receives the very best in health care. With convenient hours, a great facility, and quality customer service, we want to be your Katy veterinarian for all pet care needs.

Committed to Your Pet Care needs

What We Offer To Pets

Grand Park Animal Clinic provides a plethora of routine pet services that promotes overall health. We are a one-stop-shop where your animal’s needs are taken care of. A few of our services include:

  • Wellness Visits: Annual exams help vets understand how healthy their pet patients are, and may include preventative care and tips and the administration of vaccines.
  • Diagnostics: If your pet needs several tests done, we have the means to do them.
  • Spay and Neuter Surgery: This service is often overlooked by pet parents. Not only does spay and neuter surgery provides a range of benefits, but it can help control the overwhelming pet population.
  • Ear Trimming: Also known as cropping, it is a practice that is for reducing the chance of ear infections and improving appearance. Discuss with our veterinarian in Katy for more information about ear trimming.
  • Microchipping: If your beloved animal gets lost, found, and taken to a vet clinic or shelter, the microchip can be activated, and someone can call you to be reunited with your pet.
  • Pet Allergies Treatment: Continued itching and irritation of the skin is not only annoying for your animal, but they can lead to infections if not treated right away. We can determine what is causing your pet’s skin irritation and treat it with medication and lifestyle changes.
  • Surgeries: Our veterinarian in Katy is trained and experienced in routine surgeries as well as emergency surgeries. Trust her to improve your pet’s well-being.

Why Us?

We at Grand Park Animal Clinic use state-of-the-art technology to identify problems so that treatment can be administered immediately, helping your animal to live a healthy and happy life. We also stay up-to-date with the latest veterinary medicine. At our website, we make it easy for you to access online forms before your pet’s appointment, and you can fill it out in the comfort of your home. In addition to these, you can contact us online or by phone.

Contact The Team from Grand Park Animal Clinic Today!

If you are looking for a veterinarian in Katy, Grand Park Animal Clinic is the right choice! Our expert team works hard to make every visit is stress-free for you and your pet. Call 281-392-3127 or email us today to make an appointment. 


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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Jeff Buyer

    Jeff originally began working at Brookshire Animal Clinic as a Veterinary technician in 1980. When Grand Park Animal Clinic opened its doors in Katy, Jeff began working at this facility assisting Dr. Crouch. In 1995 Jeff became the Office Manager here.

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  • Lexi Minks

    Lexi began working with Grand Park Animal Clinic in June of 2010. She is a native Texan. She truely loves animals of all kinds.

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  • Michael Chapa

    Michael was a client before he was employed here at Grand Park Animal Clinic. He loves animals of all kinds and it shows. His family of critters includes 3 dogs. Tiny is a Doberman. Haylee is a Bassett Hound, and Mako is a  Pitt Bull /Lab mix. He also has a  Domestic Short Hair cat named Meow Meow and a Ball Python named Lyte.

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  • Rebecca Fieglein

    Rebecca has been with our staff for over 7 years. She was a client before she was hired. She shares her passion for caring for and helping animals.

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Having moved all over the country, finding a (good) new vet can be a challenge. Jeff and the team at GPAC are amazing. They make you feel like family and go above and beyond. Often times I will call with a question and Jeff simply helps over the phone. They're amazing!"
    Ryan H.
  • "They are excellent! I had my Doberman's ears cropped and they did a wonderful job. They care. They are honest, involved, and do quality work. If you're looking for an honest and loving team, you found them."
    Paul L.
  • "Amazing crew.. really go the extra mile. Super understanding. Love them.. they saved our little Caney. ❤❤"

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