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Dr. Susan Weisser

Dr. Susan Weisser graduated from Texas A&M in 1983 with her degree in veterinary medicine. She has a wide variety of experience gained from her years of small animal practice, including emergency medicine.

Dr. Weisser has owned Town & Country Pet Hospital since its opening in 1992. In addition to practicing full time at TCPH, she remains on staff at the North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic.

Susie volunteers at the Denton Animal Shelter Foundation. Her personal pet menagerie includes several rescued dogs. Belle the Mastiff, Millie and Buster the Boxers, Jeff and Old Dog the Labradors, and also Pipette the barn cat have found a home with Susie.

Susie is a board member of the Cross Timbers Equestrian Trail Association that helps maintain and support local walking and riding trails. She has Ace the Tennessee Walking Horse and Nina, Lily and Reba the Mules. When Susie is not working here or around the farm, then you may find her riding the trails on one of her mules. Susie volunteers regularly at New Hope Equine Assisted Therapy where her mules are therapeutic riding mounts.

Dr. Richard Watson

Dr. Richard Watson graduated from Texas A&M with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1983. He and Dr. Weisser were classmates. Dr. Watson practiced in the Houston area for several years before relocating to the Dallas area with his wife, Susan, and four daughters. He also shares his home with two cats, Ojo and Mila, as well as Baby Doll, the Maltese. He has been with Town and Country Pet Hospital since July 2010.


Our staff are skilled professionals who continue their education through yearly seminars so that we may offer your pet the safest, best health care possible. We strive to build lasting relationships with out clients and their pets.

Frances – Receptionist

Sheri – Receptionist

Jennifer – Receptionist / Assistant

Vanessa – Registered Veterinary technician

Caroline – Assistant / Kennel technician

Maria - Assistant / Kennel technician

Buster - Client Service Representative * unless you're a cat