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Drs. Phillip & Courtney DuVall

  • Dr.
    Phillip DuVall

    Dr. Phillip DuVall is from Van Wert, Ohio, a small farming community in northwest Ohio.  He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from the Ohio State University in 2002 and his DVM degree from Ross University in 2006.  His clinical veterinary training was completed at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006.  Dr. Phillip has been in private practice since 2006.  He practiced at a mixed (large and small) animal practice in his hometown of Van Wert for four years with his mentor and highly respected veterinarian, Dr. Paul Kleman, before relocating to Texas in 2010.  He and Dr. Courtney DuVall purchased Huntsville Pet Clinic in 2010 from previous owner/founder and veterinarian, Dr. Etheredge.

    Dr. Phillip is a devoted Buckeye at heart, and also an avid Houston Astros fan.  When he is not at work, he is often found watching his favorite teams or coaching his children’s basketball or baseball teams.  Through marriage, he adopted three house cats.  He is also the proud owner of four Anatolian shepherd dogs, six barn cats, 40 head of goats, and a pet cow named Millie.

    Dr. Phillip is a member of First United Methodist Church in Huntsville, Texas.  He is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), as well as the Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA).

  • Dr.
    Courtney DuVall

    Dr. Courtney DuVall is from Baytown, Texas.  She graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007 after earning her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M in 2002. After graduating from vet school, Dr. Courtney practiced small animal medicine and surgery for three years at a private practice in Delphos, Ohio.  She and Dr. Phillip DuVall purchased Huntsville Pet Clinic from previous owner/founder and veterinarian, Dr. Etheredge in 2010, and relocated to Texas at that time.  Dr. Courtney enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but particularly enjoys educating pet owners on wellness and preventative care,  as well as addressing middle age and geriatric health issues early on so that aging pets can live longer, healthier, active lives.

    Dr. Courtney and Dr. Phillip have been married for 13 years.  She enjoys spending time with Phillip and their two children, as well as managing their small goat farm.  She and Dr. Phillip currently have two indoor cats, four Anatolian shepherd dogs, six barn cats, 40 head of goats, and a pet cow named Millie. 

    Dr. Courtney is a member of First United Methodist Church in Huntsville, Texas.  She is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), as well as the Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA).

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