Veterinarians 2019-07-19T18:10:54+00:00

Tracy T. McAdoo, DVM

Dr. McAdoo is a graduate of Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been practicing small animal medicine in the Houston area since her graduation in 1985. Dr. McAdoo especially enjoys endocrinology and managing her patients with Diabetes and Cushings Disease. Dr. McAdoo is very active within her profession. She is a past president of the Harris County Veterinary Medical Assocation and represents Harris County in the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. When not working, Dr. McAdoo enjoys riding her horse and spending time with her son, her two dogs Dude and Bentley, and her cats Harley and Crocket.

Lynda L. Case, DVM

Dr. Case graduated from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. Since then, she has been in small animal practice in Houston. Her veterinary interests include surgery, animal behavior, and dermatology. In her free time, Dr. Case enjoys hiking, running, cycling, and reading. Her favorite activity is spending time with her wife Jen and her sons Dylan and Aiden. Dr. Case rescued an adorable Golden Retriever named Pebbles.

Stacy A. O’Malley, DVM

Dr. O’Malley obtained her DVM from Texas A&M University after graduating from UT Austin with her bachelor’s degree. After completing her internship in Littleton, Colorado, Dr. O’Malley returned home to Texas to practice. When not working, Dr. O’Malley spends time with her son and daughter, husband, and their Whippet, Sunny. Originally from Corpus Christi, she also enjoys the beach, sailing, and scuba diving. Her professional interests include radiology and dentistry.

Tina Pilgram, DVM

Dr. Pilgram graduated from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006 and has worked in the Houston area ever since. She enjoys practicing high quality medicine on dogs, cats, reptiles, and small mammals.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her boyfriend, biking, gardening, scuba diving, traveling, cheering on the Houston Rockets, and supporting local art, brewing, and music scenes. She and her boyfriend share their house with one dog, three cats, a Chinese Water Dragon, and a Red-footed tortoise, and hopes to adopt a couple ferrets soon.

Lindsey B. Hipke, DVM

Dr. Lindsey Hipke is a born and raised New Englander. She obtained her BS in Animal Science at the University of Delaware before moving to New York to attend Cornell University. She graduated in 2009 with her DVM degree, moving to Houston a year later. Enjoying life in a small animal private practice, her interests include surgery, dentistry, and exotic animal medicine. Dr. Hipke enjoys spending her free time with her husband Jason and her animal menagerie (Lucius the cat, Floyd and Mort the finches, and Bleu Cheese Crumbles, her albino hedgehog). She also loves painting, cooking, reading, and pilates.

Betsie Tanamachi Simmons, DVM

Dr. Simmons grew up in South Texas and graduated from UT Austin with a BS in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 2011 and has been practicing small animal medicine ever since. She moved to Houston in 2012. Her special interests include dentistry and dermatology. She loves spending time with her husband, Ken, and her rescue dog, Sansa. In her free time, Dr. Simmons enjoys running with Sansa, playing tennis, cooking, and reading.

Tyler M Kosich, DVM

Dr. Kosich graduated from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in May of 2018. He is a Houston native and is very excited to return home after spending 8 years in College Station. During his schooling, Dr. Kosich became passionate for small animal medicine and has specific interests in neurology, surgery, and oncology.

While in school, Dr. Kosich studied abroad in South Africa, where he learned about conservation medicine and the native wildlife. He had hands-on experience with rhinos, giraffe, and even went cage diving with great white sharks!

In his free time, he can be found cheering on the Texans, Rockets, Astros, or the Aggies. He also enjoys traveling, cooking, exploring the local food and brew scene, and strolling around town with his dogs, Stella and Millie.

Other Veterinarians

Oscar Ramirez III, DVM, DACVR: Mobile Ultrasound Specialist
Dr. Ramirez is a board certified radiologist who sees patients in our hospital every Thursday. If we have recommended your pet for a specialist ultrasound, Dr. Ramirez is who your pet will see.

Mary Sue McGovern, DVM: Relief
Dr. McGovern practices at our hospital on a relief basis, when demand is especially high or our full-time veterinarians have to be out of the office for an extended time. She graduated from Texas A&M in 1977 and owned her own mixed animal practice in Magnolia for 35 years. Her special interests are small animal medicine, nutrition, and emergency medicine. She has one daughter, three dogs, and one bird. Her hobbies include senior games cycling, travel, foreign language, reading, and veterinary medicine.