New Patients are always welcome at any Katy Area Veterinary Medical Group facility.

(281) 398-1551

Grand Morton Animal Clinic is NOW OPEN!

Our hospital system is dedicated to providing quality care for you and your four-legged family.

If you live in Katy, Cinco Ranch, Fulshear, Richmond, Rosenberg, Brookshire, and Cypress areas and need a trusted Veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further.

Dr. Mark Purser first opened the doors of Highland Knolls Veterinary Hospital in 1999, and later began expanding with the opening of Spring Green Pet Clinic in 2014.

We strive to make your pets' veterinary experience as pleasant and comfortable as we can. We make every effort to provide the best service. Our offices are paperless with the latest state-of-the-art technology, including IDEXX lab equipment, digital x-ray technology, Ultrasound and Class IV Laser Therapy.

Come see one of our excellent doctors for your pets' medical and surgical needs! Dr. Mark Purser, Dr. Alex Deal, and Dr. Andrew Masse are licensed Texas Veterinarians who are ready to be an active part of your pets' healthcare. Your pets’ health and well-being are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve.

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Dr. Mark Purser | Dr. Alex Deal | Dr. Andrew Masse
Katy Area Veterinary Medical Group | (281) 398-1551

Testimonials

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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