Our Practice

Creekside Animal Hospital is a well-established, full-service, small animal veterinary hospital providing comprehensive medical, surgical, and dental care. We provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures through in-house testing and the use of external laboratories. We also work closely with local practices when special diagnostic procedures are required. The facility includes a well-stocked pharmacy, in-hospital surgery suite, in-house x-ray capabilities, and a closely supervised hospitalization area. At Creekside Animal Hospital we strive to offer not only sound advice but also optimal veterinary care, thus allowing you the enjoyment of your companion for a maximum number of years. Our job is not only to treat your pet when he or she isn't feeling well but also to help you learn how to keep your best friend happy and healthy. We also serve patients in Houston, The Woodlands, Cypress, Spring, Conroe, and Magnolia.  

  • Dr. David Dolan

    Owner/Veterinarian

    Dr. Dolan has always had a deep love for animals. As a pre-teen, he raised and trained his first dog on his own. He actually won the obedience competition at the ASPCA when competing against adults! He has wanted to be a veterinarian since he read All Creatures Great and Small in junior high school.

    Dr. Dolan went to Texas A&M University for both undergrad and Veterinary school.  He has a special interest in surgery and preventative medicine, but most of all he likes to teach and communicate with his clients about how to best care for their beloved pets and keep them happy and healthy for as long as possible!  He loves visiting and playing with his patients.  He especially gets great joy in making them happy with his lean treats.

    Dr. Dolan is a member of both the AVMA – American Veterinary Medical Association and TVMA – Texas Veterinary Medical Association.

    He has owned veterinary practices in the Spring/ Woodlands area for over 25 years. He is married with multiple kids and grandkids, some of whom have or do work for him now. During his free time, he enjoys being outside enjoying nature. He likes to travel around the state in his RV and enjoy the peace of being outdoors.

    His interests include birdwatching and all kinds of photography (including wildlife, astrophotography, landscape photography, and anything else that he finds interesting).

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  • Dr. Bryan Robinson

    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Bryan Robinson received his doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) degree from Texas A&M University in 1996. Dr. Robinson received Bachelor of Science degrees in 1993 for Veterinary Science and 1992 for Biomedical Science. He has practiced in our community since 1997 and has a loyal following of clients and their children with their pets.

    Dr. Robinson’s personal commitment is to excellent patient care and strengthening the human-animal bond through continued training and education. He is skilled in general medicine and surgery, ultrasound, and orthopedic surgery. He has been a member of Harris County VMA and Texas VMA.

    Dr. Robinson is married, the father of two girls, both active in cheerleading and volleyball. He likes to golf, play softball, travel, and enjoys winery tours. He has Lily, a King Charles Spaniel, and Links, a pit bull mix.

  • Dr. Sue Collier

    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Collier was born in Wichita Falls, Texas.  Her father was in the United States Air Force and she has lived in many places including Alaska, California, Puerto Rico,  Arkansas, Maryland, and New Mexico. She made it full circle and returned to Wichita Falls, TX when her father retired from Sheppard AFB.

    Dr. Collier attended Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls and earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Chemistry in 1985.  She attended the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in College Station, Texas, and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. She has a special interest in feline medicine and geriatric medicine and is currently a member of the AVMA and the TVMA.

    Her love for animals began at a very young age. In high school and college, she developed a passion for science, particularly biology. Veterinary medicine combined both of these and was a natural career path for her. Her satisfaction comes from being able to apply her knowledge and expertise to each case so that the pet and the owner are both taken care of, and the best possible outcome is achieved. From preventative care to understanding a pet’s illness, her emphasis is on educating her clients about all components of their pet’s care.

    Since graduating from vet school, she has lived in Houston and considers it home for herself and her family. She has a son and a daughter, that are currently in college. The crew that makes up the rest of the family are:

    Gecko, a 15-year-old polydactyl cat
    Noodle-Cat, her “Goth” cat
    Pretzel, is an orange tabby cat that has radial nerve paralysis. His right foreleg curls in a little and it looks like a pretzel.
    Eskel, her “fluffy” cat, was found on the side of the road. He has a scar on his face and was named for a character in a video game, who has a facial scar.
    Finn, a rescue PitBull that is a huge love sponge that thinks he is a toy teacup poodle and wants in your lap all of the time, but weighs 80 lbs
    Brienne, a rescued Rottweiler that was in a shelter and scheduled to be euthanized. No one wanted her due to an eyelid deformity. When Dr. Collier met her, all she could see was her sweetness.
    When she is not caring for patients or taking care of her family she enjoys reading, crocheting, and scrapbooking. Dr. Collier is a self-proclaimed nerd that loves Star Trek, Star Wars, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and anything science fiction.  Her Christmas tree has only ornaments from all of the sci-fi and fantasy books and movies that she adores. Dr. Collier has even been known to attend the Renaissance Festival in costume. Being a nerd brings her great joy!

  • Haley

    Practice Manager

    Haley is from Kingwood, TX. Haley joined the Creekside Animal Hospital team in 2017. She received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Texas A &M University in 2017. Her fiance Boyd shares a lovely home with Haley and her inter-species family. Her dogs are Rusty, Tripp, and Cooper.  She has three silly billy goats named Bandit, Skipper, and Gilligan, Pete the horse, Fred, the cat, and Arnold the pot-bellied pig too! Haley is our practice manager and indispensable to Creekside Animal Hospital.

    Haley offers our team support and makes sure that we have all of the resources we need to provide our clients and patients the best standards of care and service possible. In addition to working behind the scenes to keep the practice running smoothly, she does everything she can help to help us bond with our clients and their favorite four-legged family members so that each and every one of them feels like they are part of the Creekside Animal Hospital Family!

    Pssst…Haley’s secret confession is that her favorite thing about working at Creekside Animal Hospital is…all of the delicious treats that we get from clients.

    Haley’s Faves: eating Mexican food at Chachi’s, going on road trips, Reese’s peanut butter cups, Oreo cookies, and tacos

  • Gabby

    Veterinary Receptionist

    Gabby has been working for Creekside Animal Hospital for 5 years as a veterinary receptionist. She loves meeting new clients being able to catch up with clients that she has known for many years. Playing with the patients is her favorite job perk. But her most rewarding client experience is when she can facilitate lost pets in finding their homes.

    Gabby was born in Erie, PA but is a Texan at heart. She lives in the area with her 2-year old Pitbull mix named Benelli which you are likely to see her hanging out behind the front desk. Benelli is our unofficial/official mascot and she loves zoomies, playing with her ball, and wearing sweaters because she hates the cold. When Gabby is not working or taking care of Benelli she is in class. She is currently enrolled at Lone Star College in preparation for Nursing School. She hopes going on an island vacation in the Maldives one day.

    Gabby’s Faves: the beach, homemade Italian food, ice cream

  • Shannon

    Veterinary Receptionist

    Shannon is originally from Schenectady, New York, and moved to Texas when she was 5 years old. She adores her two American Hairless Terriers, a Chinese Crested, and a Xoloitzcuintli. She started working with animals when she began volunteering at the Houston Humane Society in her teens.

    Shannon is enthusiastic about her job because she loves being a part of a team that cares for pets and makes their lives better. She is currently working towards an associate’s degree in human services. When she is not working or in school she loves to stay in and relax with her family and her pups and she loves going to Galveston to ride the ferry.

    Shannon’s faves: Fried Chicken and mashed potato dinner, Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein, the movie- The Fifth Element, potato chips

  • Teresa

    Veterinary Technician

    Teresa is a native Texan.  She was born in Houston and grew up in Cypress.  Dr. Dolan and Teresa started working together in 2009 at another practice. She joined the Creekside Animal Hospital family in 2018 and brings over 20 years of practical veterinary technician experience.  Teresa has great vet tech skills and enjoys helping animals.  Teresa’s menagerie includes two adorable pugs (Gabby and Pooter), 3 box turtles (Red, Yellow, and Herman), two kitties (Missy and Taz), a tortoise (Yoshi), and a Shepard/Boxer mix (Rocky).  Rocky knows all kinds of tricks, including hide-n-seek!  When she is not at work, she enjoys gardening (especially succulents), paranormal investigation, visiting small towns and beach trips. One day she hopes to visit England and Ireland.

    Teresa’s Faves: Sonic iced tea, home-baked goods, and Italian food.

  • Sarah

    Veterinary Technician

    Sarah has been with Creekside Animal Hospital since 2015. Starting in the kennel, Sarah has trained during the years working with us to be a veterinary technician. She has always been a huge animal lover and really loves science.  This is what drives Sarah’s passion and curiosity for Veterinary medicine.

    Sarah is going to attend Lone Star College to get her Associates of Science. She is building a foundation so that she can build a science-based career, hopefully starting off as a laboratory technician. Sarah loves science fiction TV shows and books and spending time outdoors. Sarah would love to visit Greece one day to experience all the amazing culture and the history that it has to offer.

    Sarah’s Faves: Game of Thrones, Twix, Whataburger, Mexican food and Asian food- especially spicy ramen and pho.

  • Michan

    Veterinary Technician

    Bio coming soon!
  • Ashley

    Veterinary Technician

    Ashley has been working in the Veterinary field since 2011, with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Louisiana Tech University. She is a returning All-Star to the Creekside family and we are happy to have her back on our team!  Ashley is a cat lover with two cats at home, King Luxor and Princess Icis, and an absolute fanatic about her newest addition Ramses, a French Bulldog.
  • Anthony

    Employee Emotional Support Specialist

    Specializes in being chill, hallway monitoring, and lavatory attendant.

    Anthony’s faves: hugs, loves, and cuddles

  • Citrus

    Employee Emotional Support Specialist

    Specializes in alarmist behavior, conspiracy theory, selective affection, napping techniques, and avoiding Noah.

  • Noah

    Employee Emotional Support Specialist

    Specializes in mischief, treat catching, and the implementation of CATTITUDE!

    Noah’s Faves: treats, food, attention, food, and more treats

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