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West Alabama Animal Clinic


713-528-0818
2030 West Alabama St, Houston, TX 77098





Meet Our Vets.

Everyone in this practice operates as a team. All our employees have been trained as professionals and we take pride in our compassion, knowledge, capability and customer service. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. The West Alabama Animal Clinic Health Care Team strives to offer excellence in veterinary care. We are here to serve you and your pets.


Dany Emily Dany, DVM
Started at WAAC:
2017
Additional Certification: Fear Free
Pets:
A cat named Maeby, a Shepherd mix named Dezzy and a horse named Fancy
Why she likes working at WAAC: I work with awesome people who are passionate about caring for animals.
Education:
BS from Texas A&M, DVM from Texas A&M
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian?
I have always wanted to work with animals, but I became passionate about veterinary medicine after working for a dairy vet in Wisconsin when I was in high school.
What is your goal with every patient visit?
Detailed exams and quality time educating my clients.
Do you have a mantra that your work by? Never stop learning
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? Goat farmer.
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: I have a metal elbow.
Susanna Dold, DVM
Started at WAAC:
2013
Additional Certification:
American Association of Feline Practitioners
Pets:
A domestic short-haired cat named Liam and a mixed-dog named Taylor
Why she likes working at WAAC: The camaraderie between the doctors is great. In a fast-paced clinic like WAAC, eight heads are most definitely better than one!
Education: BS from Texas A&M, DVM from Texas A&M 2013
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian? I think I always knew—for as long as I can remember. I always seemed to gravitate towards animals—especially cats—and I knew I wanted to do something in the medical field, so it was a perfect match of interests.
What is your goal with every patient visit? To form a personal connection with the client while getting a clear, overall picture of my patient's health status.
Do you have a mantra that your work by? "The good doctor treats the disease, the great doctor treats the patient who has the disease." -William Olsen
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? It would be fun to dabble in writing or editing, otherwise it would have to be something else with animals like a zookeeper or wildlife photographer.
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: I like to cycle and rode in the MS150 this year!
Elizabeth Eddingston, DVM
Started at WAAC:
2018
Additional Certification:
Fear Free
Pets:
Ollie the Labradoodle
Why she likes working at WAAC: Positive environment with everyone working together to provide the best possible care for every patient.
Education: BS from Texas A&M 2013 , DVM from Texas A&M 2017
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian? Since as long as I can remember!
What is your goal with every patient visit? Provide excellent patient care while making sure to answer every question clients have. I want every client and pet to leave happy!
Do you have a mantra that your work by? Each day is a new day—use every experience to learn and grow!
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? A horse trainer.
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: I love to scuba dive, sky dive, and fish!
Molly Haffey, DVM
Started at WAAC:
2007
Pets:
Puddles the big dog, along with Evie and Fredo the cats
Why she likes working at WAAC: The savvy clients and my helpful colleagues. Not to mention all the great pets I get to see!
Education: BA from Miami University, DVM from Oklahoma State University 2003
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian? When I worked on a farm and vet clinic in Northern Kentucky.
What is your goal with every patient visit? Address owners' concerns and identify ways to improve pets' quality of life.
Do you have a mantra that your work by? Do what is best to the best of your ability.
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? A personal helicopter pilot and body guard.
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: I used to work holiday security for Honey Baked Ham.
Amanda Hanna, DVM
Started at WAAC:
2008
Additional Certification:
Fear Free
Pets:
Amelia the Weenie Mix and Bedelia the Terrier Mix, along with LC, Kitten and Nut the cats.
Why she likes working at WAAC: After graduating vet school, I could not imagine working anywhere else. I love this place!
Education: BS from UH, DVM from Texas A&M 2015
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian? I wanted to be a veterinarian since the age of six, per my folks. I took the science route and was a registered technician for 10 years first.
What is your goal with every patient visit? To make sure that I treate every animal as I would want my pets treated.
Do you have a mantra that your work by? That all my owners feel comfortable calling me with questions or concerns at any time.
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? A psychologist.
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: I am Canadian.

Priscilla Martinez, DVM
Started at WAAC:
2012
Additional Certification: Fear Free
Pets:
A chihuahua named Kandi, a rat tarrier named Bolt, and a collie mix named Wylie that she adopted from WAAC
Why she likes working at WAAC: It's an entertaining and fun environment
Education: BS from Texas A&M--Laredo, DVM from Texas A&M 2011
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian? I always wanted to be a doctor, and in high school I decided I wanted to be a veterinarian.
What is your goal with every patient visit? Quick and efficient service.
Do you have a mantra that your work by? Live and let live.
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? A blogger.
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: I love food!
Meredith Novosad, DVM
Started at WAAC:
2008
Additional Certification: Fear Free
Pets:
Millie the Terrier Mixes, Joe the Chihuahua, and PePe the Domestic Shorthair Cat
Why she likes working at WAAC: Working with rescue groups and giving rescues a second chance.
Education: BA University of Texas, DVM from Ross University 1999
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian? I grew up bringing home strays and always knew I wanted to do something to help animals.
What is your goal with every patient visit? To make the visit as stress free as possible for the animal and to educate pet owners on the importance of routine health care and things they can do to help their pets' live longer, healthier lives.
Do you have a mantra that your work by? No act of kindness is ever wasted.
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? I can't imagine being anything else.
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: I worked for the ASPCA in New York when they filmed "Animal Precincts" for Animal Planet.
Blythe Parham, DVM
Started at WAAC:
2018
Additional Certification:
Fear Free
Pets:
Snacks, a quirky heeler mix that loves to eat, Ladybird, a sweet boxer mix and Bob the old cat that bosses everyone around!
Why she likes working at WAAC: The staff is fun, friendly and caring
Education:
BS from University of Houston Downtown, DVM from Texas A&M 2011
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian? I’ve always loved animals and had all types growing up. In undergrad I discovered I also loved science and decided to combine the two things I loved, animals and science and become a veterinarian.
What is your goal with every patient visit? To discuss all of the client’s concerns and ensure that all of their pet’s health and well-being needs are addressed.
Do you have a mantra that your work by? To treat all patients with the same care and compassion that I would my own pets.
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? I would probably work for an animal rescue group.
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: My family is from Belize and I spent a lot of time there growing up and a large part of that time was spent trying to rescue stray cats and dogs!
Danielle Rosser, DVM and Owner
Started at WAAC:
1988
Pets:
Rocket the Golden Retriever
Why she likes working at WAAC: Great clients, great staff, great patients and rewarding work
Education:
BS from Angelo State, DVM from Texas A&M 1987
When did you know you wanted to become a veterinarian? When I was about 20 years old—my father discouraged me when I was younger so I didn't realize it was an option!
What is your goal with every patient visit? People are pleased and pets get better and are well protected.
Do you have a mantra that your work by? Treat people with respect and in the same manner you wish to be treated.
If you weren't a veterinarian, what would you be? A spy!
Something you'd be surprised to know about me: I used to be a cab driver.