Meet our Veterinary Team
At Animal Clinic at Mission Square, we treat you and your pets like our family. Get to know our awesome team below!
Dr. Tammy Doan, DVM
Dr. Doan's Bio
Dr. Doan just celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary with her husband, Billy, and they have three strong-willed children (she is paying for her own raising!) Her family currently has two spoiled fur babies named Winston (pictured here) and Trixie (14-year-old mare). Over the years, they have had quite a wide variety of pets, including cats, hamsters, mice, and fish! Finally, Dr. Doan has a secret love for goats!
Dr. Pamela Erskine, DVM
Dr. Erskine's Bio
Dr. Erskine was born in Michigan but grew up in the Los Angeles area of California. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University in Indiana in 2010. Dr. Erskine has been working in the Permian Basin since 2014 and joined the team at Animal Clinic at Mission Square in August 2020. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and Texas Veterinary Medical Association. While away from the clinic, she enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time with friends.
Miranda graduated from Midland College with a degree in veterinary technology in 2011. Later that year, she started her career at Animal Clinic at Mission Square. Miranda and her husband now have a loving daughter along with their five dogs. She loves wound management and rehabilitation and hopes to one day further her education in this field of study.
Vet Technician Assistant
Katelynn was born and raised in Midland, Texas. She graduated from Lee High school in 2013. Katelynn has a couple of furry family members that she adores. She is the proud owner of three pups – her 8-year-old basset hound (Abby Lue), her 6-year-old German shepherd (Mi’Amor), and her 1-year-old Cane Corso (Cain). Katie likes to spend her free time at her family ranch with her boyfriend and son.
Born and raised in Midland, she graduated from Lee High School in 2011. She has 2 fur babies, who are dogs. Lexas is a very sweet, loving pitt mix. Oliver is a crazy/hyper/loving pittbull. When she isn’t working, you will catch her spending time with her husband and son.
She recently graduated from Pima Medical Institute, originally from Tempe, AZ. She is working on getting her license to be a registered veterinary technician. She loves all kinds of animals, but reptiles have a special place. She has 4 cats and 7 reptiles. Outside of work she enjoys roller skating, drawing and playing basketball.
Our Practice is open
At this time, our clinic remains open and is operating under regular business hours 7:30am to 6:00pm
Animal Clinic at Mission Square is fortunate to be able to continue full operations in order to care for your furry family members. We are, however, strongly encouraging certain measures to limit social contact so that we can continue to care for your pets:
- Due to shortages with pet foods and certain medications we will be limiting prescriptions to 30-day refills and pet food to one bag/case per pet.
- We have implemented increased cleaning and sanitizing measures.
While the CDC and other health authorities have indicated that dogs, cats, and other domestic animals are not considered at risk for contracting COVID-19, we are taking extra precautions to ensure the health and safety of humans within our facilities— notably our clients and staff. Keeping our practice “hospital-clean” has always been a priority for us, and we continue to do so. Additionally, for the safety of our team and your family, we are monitoring CDC recommendations and will continue to increase our attention to cleaning frequency and methods accordingly. We are happy to provide options for hand cleaning for both clients and team members, and we work closely with our staff to ensure that anyone who is not feeling well understands that we support them staying home.
To our customers:
- If you are feeling ill or experiencing flu-like symptoms and have an upcoming wellness (not critical) appointment, we kindly ask that you call us to reschedule.
- If you are healthy with no signs of illness, please bring your animal to our hospital and practice social distancing including no physical touching, appropriate hand washing, and keeping 6-10 feet of distance from others in the clinic.
- If your pet requires urgent care or has a medical emergency, and you are ill, please arrange for a trusted friend, neighbor, or healthy family member to transport your pet to our hospital. If you call ahead, we will gladly accommodate your representative and make appropriate arrangements.
- If you do not have a trusted friend, neighbor, or healthy family member to transport your pet, please call (432) 687-4118 when you arrive at our clinic and remain in your vehicle with your animal.