Our Doctors

Dr. Moore

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Dr. Moore opened Foster Creek Veterinary Hospital 4 years ago. He has been practicing Veterinary medicine since 1996 when he graduated from Texas A&M Vet School.  He owned Stafford Oaks Veterinary Hospital for 13 years before deciding to sell it and focus on opening a practice in his community, Richmond, TX.  His wife, Kim, also graduated from A&M and taught Elementary school for 9 years before having son Mason and then a little over a year later having a daughter, Rylee.  Mason plays football for the Pecan Grove Hurricanes and baseball for Lamar Little Leauge and Rylee competes for the Iron Cross gymnastics team.  The family moved to Richmond in 2002 and has grown to love the area and have always loved the old Schultz store on the corner of 359 and Holmes Rd.  Dr. Moore's family also includes a black Lab named Bobby and a terrier mix named Squeaky.  It is important to Dr. Moore to work together and play together as a family.  Therefore in between busy school and sports schedules it is not unusually to see the kids helping out around the clinic.

Dr. Mark Buvinghausen

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Associate veterinarian Dr. Mark Buvinghausen graduated from Texas A&M University in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in Biomedical Sciences and doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2008 with magnum cum laude honors. He was activated in many student interest clubs and honor societies throughout school with special interest in the emergency medicine/critical care field. His interest in veterinary medicine began in grade school where he was an active participant in the local 4H program for many years. During high school, he was a member of the FFA where he raised and showed many different species of animals. He worked as a veterinary technician for seven years prior to entering vet school. Upon graduation in 2008, Dr. Buvinghausen moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado where he practiced emergency and critical care medicine for two years. In 2010, he moved back home to Katy and has been practicing small animal medicine in the Richmond area since. When he's not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife Jessica, two sons, Cayden and Will, and the family chocolate lab, Rilynn. He is also an avid outdoorsman as well as a wildlife and habitat conservationist.

Dr. Megan Dunn

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Dr. Dunn was Born and raised in West Texas.  She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 with honors. She completed her small animal internship in Florida in March of 2014, then returned home to Texas. She enjoys spending time with her dog Ricky who was rescued from the Rosenberg Animal Shelter in 2012. Future interests: Acupuncture.  

 

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