Dr. Kimberly Clark, DVM, PhD
Dr. Clark grew up on a farm in a small town in New Jersey where she returns frequently to visit many family members and friends. She was a 4-H member from the age of 9 until graduating from high school and raised a variety of animals but primarily dairy goats. She knew from an early age that she had an interest in veterinary medicine and began working at the local veterinary clinic during high school. She moved to Texas to attend Texas A&M University where she majored in Biomedical Science. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 1998 and her Doctorate in Philosophy (PhD) in Veterinary Microbiology in 1999. She met and married her husband, Dennis, prior to veterinary school; they have two sons, Hunter and Thomas. The Clark family has called Sealy their home since 2006. She spent her early career practicing in Katy and has been practicing in Sealy since 2017. She is excited about continuing her career at Sealy Animal Hospital and practicing as well as owning a business in her own hometown. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, caring for their own farm and animals, gardening, attending her children’s sporting events, and being a member and Confirmation teacher at Guardian Angel Catholic Church in Wallis.
Dr. Nicole Oberle, DVM
Dr. Oberle was raised in West Texas on a cotton farm and from very early on had a love for animals. As she started getting older, she began to volunteer and then work in the local veterinary clinic. Her love of veterinary medicine was soon firmly rooted through her mentor who owned the practice. He showed her not only what best medicine looks like, but also how to treat people and help guide them through difficult decisions.
Though her family are all Texas Tech Red Raiders, she was born to be an Aggie. After finishing high school, she headed to College Station where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences and continued on to veterinary school. During veterinary school, she married her husband Clif. Dr. Oberle graduated in 2008 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and left to practice in a mixed animal practice in North Texas. While it was a wonderful experience, the birth of their first son helped them to realize they wanted to be closer to family and they headed back to her husband’s hometown of Houston. Dr. Oberle has been practicing in the area for the past 10 years and is very excited to be a part of the family here in Sealy.
Lead Receptionist / Veterinary Nurse
Andrea has over 12 years of experience working in the Veterinary field and has been with MVC since 2016. She excels in client relations and interpersonal communication. She loves animals, family, and being outdoors. She lives with her husband, Jonathan and children, Crockett and Ella May. Andrea surrounds herself with animals both at work and home. She has 3 dogs, 1 cat, chickens, ducks, and cows.
Debbie came to MVC in 2016, but has been working in the veterinary field for nearly 30 years. Debbie excels in surgical anesthesia, client and patient relations, and has excellent handling in animal procedures. Her energy, drive, and extensive compassion radiate in all she does. Debbie has two children, her daughter, Rebecca and son, Anthony. Debbie enjoys gardening, classic cars, NASCAR, and caring for her chickens. She has 5 cats, her favorite of which is named Tigger, and 2 Australian Shepherds.
Kathy joined the MVC team in 2017 with years of equine and small animal critical care under her belt. Her love for animals at a young age has grown to a passion for veterinary sciences and animal care. She loves all animals but has a special place in her heart for horses. Kathy is an excellent cartoonist and enjoys drawing animal cartoons in her spare time. She lives with her husband, Rob, and son, Canyon, along with Gypsy Moon the English Mastiff, and her horses Townes and Ulysses.
Ashley has over 10 years of experience working with small animals and has been with our team since 2016. One of Ashley’s greatest strengths is working with animals that are nervous or fearful. She is able to help these pets to calm down and have a great experience here with us. Ashley is capable in all capacities within the clinic but is especially skilled in assisting with surgery and hospitalized patients. She is married and has two beautiful Great Dane’s named Judy and Tipsy. Outside of work, Ashley enjoys crafting, spending time with family and traveling!
Polly joined the SAH team in 2019. She has always had a love for animals and has developed excellent handling skills while here with us. She is bilingual and behind the scenes she keeps everything organized. She is married and has two female Great Dane’s, Judy and Tipsy. She enjoys spending her free time with family and friends and traveling to new places!
Hunter joined us in January of 2020 and has been a great addition to our team. He recently graduated from Sealy High School near the top of his class and will be going to Texas A&M in the fall to study Biomedical Sciences. He plans to pursue Veterinary Medicine while in College Station. In his spare time, Hunter enjoys fishing and hunting.
Molly has been a part of the team here since 2017 and graduated from Sealy High School. Now, she is a senior at Texas A&M University where she is pursuing a bachelor’s in Animal Science with aspirations of going to Veterinary school. Molly grew up raising cattle and horses, and has had a passion for the veterinary field ever since she was little. She has two dogs Olive,
a Goldendoodle and Lou, a red heeler. When Molly is not at the clinic, she likes to bake and spend time with family.
Olivia is one of our newer members of Sealy Animal Hospital. She is currently working on getting her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science with minors in biology and Chinese. Olivia is aspiring to become a veterinarian in the future. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, and playing with her cats and dogs.