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Veterinarians


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Veterinarians


Dr. Kathy Palmer

Dr. Palmer is a full time veterinarian and the sole owner of Gulfgate Animal Hospital. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from LSU and has practiced in Houston for many years. She and her husband have three beautiful children--a boy and two girls--all of whom you may see around the hospital! When she is not working, she loves baking some of the most delicious desserts you have ever tasted. She is also very active within her church community--she participates in the choir and plays the piano.

Dr. Katarzyna Haremza

Dr. Haremza graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and hails from Florida/New Jersey. Her hobbies include photography, the arts, hiking, and trying new restaurants. She is has two large dogs named Dahlia Night (pictured above) and Stag Coconuts. 

Dr. Jaclyn Ong

Dr. Ong is a second generation Aggie vet who graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. She loves to eat, and tries to atone for her actions by playing tennis and working out. She has one dog, a border collie mix named Bella.  Her interests include soft tissue surgery and positive reinforcement behavior modification. 

Dr. Yadira Rosas

Dr. Rosas is one of our full time veterinarians who also graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a native Houstonian and speaks both English and Spanish. She is a devoted wife and mother, and her daughter just turned 1 this year (2017)! 

Dr. Allison Dees

We are so delighted to have Dr. Dees as part of our team! She has worked at our clinic since 2009, but took a short leave of absence while her son was starting school. Dr. Dees also obtained her D.V.M. from LSU. She enjoys reading, the outdoors, languages (she is fluent in French and Spanish!), wine, and tango dancing. 

 

 

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Oath


Oath


Being admitted to the profession of veterinary medicine, I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health and welfare, the prevention and relief of animal suffering, the conservation of animal resources, the promotion of public health, and the advancement of medical knowledge.

I will practice my profession conscientiously, with dignity, and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics.

I accept as a lifelong obligation the continual improvement of my professional knowledge and competence.
— The Veterinary Oath