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Katy Area Veterinary Medical Group

Pets give us so much love and companionship. It's only natural to want to give back by providing top quality vet care. At Katy Area Veterinary Medical Group, we share your concern for your pet’s health and wellbeing. For this reason, we want to partner with you in his care. Working with a trustworthy veterinarian in Katy, TX, will give you peace of mind that your beloved pet is getting the best of care. Here’s what you can expect from our veterinary team.

Our hospital system is dedicated to providing quality care for you

Meet Our Vets

Our team consists of three highly skilled veterinarians who are committed to serving the needs of pet owners in Katy, TX, and surrounding communities. Dr. Mark Purser played a key role in opening Highland Knolls Veterinary Hospital in 1999. Since then, the facility has expanded to include Spring Green Pet Clinic led by Dr. Andrew Masse and Grand Morton Animal Clinic led by Dr. Alex Deal.

Dr. Purser’s area of expertise is feline and canine medicine and surgery. Dr. Deal specializes in preventative care, pet dermatology and internal medicine.  Dr. Masse’s interests lie in cardiology and pet nutrition. Your Katy vets along with our team of veterinary experts are fully capable of meeting all your pet care needs. Whether you’re bringing your pet for a wellness exam or are scheduled for a complex surgery, you can trust our team to provide excellent care. We look forward to playing an active role in your pet’s health and wellbeing.

Our Services

We run a modern, full-service animal hospital with the latest equipment and technology to meet your pet’s veterinary needs. This includes digital x-ray, ultrasound, and laser therapy equipment.

We treat pets of all ages from babyhood through their senior years. For your convenience, we offer the following services to enhance the health of your kit or pup:

    • Wellness Exams
    • Spay & Neuter Procedures
    • Vaccinations
    • Pest Control
    • Dermatology Services
    • Dental Care
    • Surgical Procedures
    • Treatment of Chronic Conditions
    • Urgent and Emergency Care

At Katy Area Veterinary Medical Group, we share your love for animals and will do our part to ensure your pet gets the love and attention he needs under our care. You can have full confidence in our team to provide comprehensive, conscientious care. We’ll keep you well-informed about any procedures or surgeries your pet requires so you'll know what to expect and can prepare for home aftercare. 

In the event of accidental injuries or situations that require immediate attention, call or bring your pet to our facility for the treatment he needs. We’ll do our best to help your pet recover and get back on his feet.

Visit Your Veterinarian in Katy Today! 

To tour our animal hospital or consult with your veterinarian in Katy, TX, contact Katy Area Veterinary Medical Group at (281) 398-1551 today.


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "First thing I notices was how good it smelled when I first walked in. They were quick efficient and polite. My cat was wright at ease, not one meow."
    - James S. / Yelp Review
  • "This vet clinic was recommended to me when I moved to Katy, and now 10 years later, I'm always happy to recommend this practice to newcomers. Dr. Mark Purser is very knowledgeable and caring, and very well educated on the latest treatments available. His staff are very efficient and pleasant under all circumstances"
    - Linda L. / Google Review
  • "Great place that is newly opened. Staff was very welcoming and professional. I will be continuing to take my pets here!"
    Joey S. / Google Review

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