Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Foster Creek Veterinary in Richmond! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Please call us at (832) 363-1227 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Dr. Megan Dunn

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.

Dr. Moore

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. Zachary Clark

I was raised in Pecan Grove and graduated from Austin High School in 2002.  Aggieland was drawing me in, so I attended Texas A&M for my Bachelor’s program and stayed there to graduate with my DVM degree in 2009.  After graduation I came back to the Richmond/Sugarland area and began my career as a Veterinarian.  I was pleased to join the Foster Creek team in the summer of 2017.

 

When I’m not at work I can usually be found hanging out with family and friends.  We especially enjoy fishing, hunting and the Fighting Texas Aggies.  My son Liam and I love spending time together and share a love of dinosaurs!  My family has been members of Faith United Methodist Church for many years.

 

I’ve filled my home with animals, namely Stig the bloodhound, Julius Squeezer the boa, Beetlejuice the cat, Tortie Roosevelt the tortoise and several tarantulas.  They are a few of my favorite things!  I look forward to serving my clients at Foster Creek for many, many years to come.

Dr. Marek

Dr. Marek was raised in McAllen, Texas. She then moved to College Station where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree with a double major in both Animal Science and Wildlife and Fisheries in 2015 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2020 at Texas A&M University.

Dr. Marek enjoys spending time with her husband, Jake, and her Labrador Retriever, Oakley. Her hobbies include tennis, hunting, hiking, tubing, and anything outdoors or with Oakley and Jake! She also loves spending time with her close family and friends. She has always pursued veterinary medicine while growing up, and now her special interests are surgery and dentistry. She’s ready to help take care of your furry, four-legged, loved ones with medicine and compassion!

Dr. Faw

Dr. Faw was raised in Richmond, TX. She then went to Texas A&M and majored in Animal Science before going on to Texas A&M Veterinary School. In her spare time, Dr. Faw enjoys riding horses, fishing, and playing with her dog, Tottie, and cat, Ava. She has a special interest in ultrasound.

Dr. Gilbert

Dr. Gilbert was born and raised in the Black Hills of South Dakota. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from South Dakota State University where she also competed on the Equestrian team. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2017. She practiced at a small animal clinic in her home state until coming to join the Foster Creek team in 2020.

Dr. Gilbert enjoys spending time with her husband, James, and their two dogs, a golden retriever named Karsen and Goldendoodle, Harvey. She enjoys hiking, running, being on the lake, cooking, and catching new movies. She enjoys being able to help families with all stages of their pet’s lives from puppyhood to geriatric age but mostly, witnessing the special bond that owners share with their pets.

Dr. Masse

Dr. Masse was born and spent his early years in Pecan Grove before traveling abroad for 2 years. He then made his way back to Katy and graduated from Cinco Ranch High School in 2008 before becoming a proud Texas Aggie—graduating with a Biomedical Science degree in 2012 and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2016. He is excited to have found his way back to Richmond and cannot wait to assist with your pet’s needs. Outside of work, Dr. Masse enjoys spending time with his wife, Katie (also an Aggie veterinarian), and their menagerie of animals—2 energetic dogs, 3 playful cats, and a freshwater fish/shrimp tank. Dr. Masse is an avid dirt jumper, soccer player, runner and generally loves the outdoors

Dr. Jesse Woodley

I grew up in the Sugar land and Richmond area and graduated from Foster High School here in Richmond in 2011 before heading straight to Texas A&M for the next 8 years. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree with a double major in Animal Science and Psychology in 2015. In 2019 I graduated with my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine before finally returning to Fort Bend County to begin my veterinary career. 

I love spending time with my fiancé and our four cats, as well as with our friends and family, and all of their pets too! I enjoy yoga, travel, and getting outdoors – especially exploring national parks and all the beautiful parts of Texas. Otherwise, you can find me with my fiancé cooking all different styles of cuisine or trying out all the amazing restaurants that the Houston area has to offer, we love to eat good food!

I enjoy all aspects of small animal medicine, but I have a special interest in surgery, dermatology, and feline medicine. I can’t wait to reconnect with my home town community members and establish life-long bonds with them and their pets!