Dr.Lynnette BihlChief of Veterinary Staff
Dr. Bihl started her veterinary career with us in 1992. In 2000, she was promoted to Medical Director where she oversees the entire veterinarian medical team. She earned her DVM degree with honors, from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. She also holds a BA in Biochemistry, with honors from The University of Texas at Austin. She shares her home with her husband of many years and is a proud mother to a wonderful daughter, several cats, a rabbit, and fish. In her free time, she enjoys traveling to fun and exotic places with her family.
Dr.Neal M. BernsteinDVM
Dr. Bernstein has been on staff at our hospital since 1998. He Graduated from Purdue in 1980 and received the Senior Award for outstanding small animal surgery & medicine 1980.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays starting at 7:00am - last appointment 2:30pm
Dr. Goodyear practices small animal medicine and surgery with a strong interest in reptile and small mammal exotics. She received her Bachelors of Animal Science in 1995 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She's been practicing at our hospital and living in the Houston area with her husband, dogs, horses, ferrets, and hedgehogs since 2002. Also an avid equestrian, she regularly competes her two horses, in the sport of Three-Day Eventing. Other hobbies include contra dancing and scrapbooking.
Dr. Mills is a Texas A & M graduate, earning his veterinary degree in May 2014. Later that month, he joined our staff to practice small animal & exotic medicine and surgery. His professional interests include neurology, dermatology, and internal medicine with special interest in renal disease.
Dr. Lori Seelhoff grew up in Houston and graduated from The Kinkaid School in 1988. She attended Texas A&M University (Class of 1992 WHOOP!) where she was a proud member of the Parsons Mounted Cavalry, a specialty unit of the Corps of Cadets.
She graduated from Texas A&M Veterinary College in 1996, then moved to Central Florida where she worked in small animal practice for 18 years. She moved back to Houston in 2014 to be closer to family, friends, and Aggieland and joined the Nottingham team in January 2018.
Dr. Seelhoff’s professional interests include feline medicine, emergency medicine, soft tissue surgery, and animal welfare/rescue. Outside of the clinic, she is actively involved in Friends for Life Animal Rescue (a no-kill shelter in Houston), the Girl Scouts of San Jacinto equestrian program SPURS, the Houston Choral Society, and St. Bartholomew Catholic Church in Katy and is a member of the Secular Franciscan Order.
She has several “children”, all of which are canine or feline, as well as a rotating population of foster pets. Among her kids are “Moo”, a dachshund mix, “Sully”, a shepherd mix, and “Holly”, a tortie cat, all of whom were “bottle babies.” They all keep her busy and remind her of how blessed she is to be able to work with pets and their people
MichelleAssistant Hospital Administrator
Michelle is our Sales Supervisor and Inventory Manager. She has been a veterinary technician for 20 years, 17 of those years have been with our hospital. She has a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Sam Houston State University. Michelle is a dedicated mom to three beautiful daughters, 4 Pembroke Welsh Corgis, 1 Pomeranian, 4 horses, 2 goats, 2 cats, and a ton of Californian rabbits (which are bred and raised for the county fair). She is also an adult leader in the Montgomery County 4-H Horsemanship Club and shows her dogs in AKC Rally, Obedience, and herding events.