Dr. Diane Kuecker
Dr. Diane Kuecker graduated from Baylor University in 1975 with a degree in nursing. In 1990, Dr. Kuecker received her doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from TAMU. Her special interests include feline medicine. She shares her home with her husband, their cats “Emma” and “Jax” and their two terrier mixes, “Chip” and “Olive”. Dr. Kuecker’s daughter is hoping to follow in her footsteps and is currently working on her undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University.
Dr. Katherine Richardson
Dr. Katherine Richardson received her undergraduate education at Texas A&M University, class of 1987. She graduated with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from TAMU in 1991. Her favorite aspects of veterinary medicine are getting to know her patients and continued expansion of knowledge. Her family includes her two sons and their canine companion, a Chihuahua mix named Jackie.
Dr. Gail Funk
Dr. Funk joined the TLC team in early 2018. Her family relocated to the Clear Lake area 40 years ago with NASA. Dr. Funk received a degree in Biological Science with a minor in Chemistry & Mathematics from the University of Houston Clear Lake in 1982. After teaching public school for 6 years and working on her Masters in Education, Dr. Funk received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from TAMU in 1995. Her favorite aspects of veterinary medicine are emergency and internal medicine- she loves a good challenge and loves learning new things every day! In her free time she enjoys training and showing reining horses, photography, playing with and training her furbabies, playing online games with her international friends and reading. Her furry family includes her 3 dogs (Dusca, Maggie & Ruff), a gray tabby cat named Chance.
Dr. Kuecker and Dr. Richardson practiced together for 4 years at another clinic prior to opening TLC Animal Hospital in 1996. In 2001 they expanded and opened the Bed & Biscuit to better accommodate their patients in need and to provide boarding services for the Clear Lake community.
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- Texas Veterinary Medical Association
- Gulf Coast Veterinary Association
- American Association of Feline Practitioners
- Fear Free Practitioners