Rosehill Veterinary Clinic

17719 FM 2920
Tomball, TX 77377

(281)351-6717

rosehillveterinaryclinic.com

Rosehill Veterinary Clinic, Keith Saathoff, DVM

Dr. Keith Saathoff

Dr. Saathoff grew up on a farm and ranch in Hondo, Texas, and pursued his dream of becoming a veterinarian at Texas A&M University.  He graduated from the veterinary program in 1985 and came to the Houston area to begin his career. He came to Rosehill Veterinary Clinic in 1992 to partner with Dr. Earl Dancer and purchased the clinic a few years later to put down "roots" in Tomball.  He has enjoyed establishing relationships with clients and patients that have spanned many years and considers it a privilege to be considered a part of so many families.  He is married to Cheryl, a nurse manager for Methodist Hospital, and is a father/stepfather to four children.  Dr. Saathoff is a nine year survivor of a stage IV lymphoma diagnosis will share his story of hope with anyone facing the challenges of a cancer diagnosis.  He enjoys singing and has been involved in worship music as well as a southern gospel quartet.  He loves being a veterinarian and appreciates the challenges of a career that is constantly improving in knowledge and capabilities.  He welcomes you to be a part of the Rosehill Veterinary Clinic family.
 
 

 

 

Dr. Ashley Martindale,

Dr. Martindale joined Rosehill Veterinary Clinic in 2007 after graduating from Mississippi State University.  Prior to veterinary school she worked in research on the Human Genome Sequencing Project where she helped to automate the process of genetic sequencing.  Her interests in practice on small animals include internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and critical care.  Her large animal interests include preventative care and reproduction.  She and her husband reside on a small farm in Hockley.  Some of her outside interests include breeding horses, hunter/jumpers and fishing.  Overall she is a bit bird crazy and enjoys the area for all its bird sanctuaries. Her family includes a rat terrier named John Tucker and a Turkish Angora named Jasmine as well as 3 horses.
 

Dr. Hunter Bass,

Dr. Bass grew up in Nederland, Texas, and graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.  He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Texas Veterinary Medical Association and the Harris County Veterinary Medical Association.  Dr. Bass lives in Tomball with his wife, two children and a dog, a miniature schnauzer named Luke.  He takes every opportunity he can to go hunting and fishing with family.  Dr. Bass enjoys the variety of medical and surgical cases seen in general practice.