Dr. Boynton is a 2003 graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. He spent two years as a mixed animal practitioner in Caldwell, Texas, and then moved to a small animal practice in Spring, Texas. Dr. Boynton joined the Lake Parkway Animal Hospital family in 2010 and is passionate about upholding the excellent standard of medicine and compassionate service established by Dr. Larry Keese. Dr. Boynton is married to Dr. Melissa Boynton and has five children – Josiah, Grace, Micah, Selah and Zechariah. He and his family enjoy reading stories, playing Legos and riding bikes. He also enjoys roasting and brewing his own coffee beans, and his favorite beans come from Guatemala, El Salvador, Ethiopia and Rwanda. Dr. Boynton and his family are actively involved in ministry at Faith Family Baptist Church.
Dr. Boynton graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. She practiced at a mixed animal clinic in Magnolia, Texas until 2008. There she treated horses, dogs, cats, goats, and the occasional llama! She is now a full-time mom to Josiah, Grace, Micah Selah and Zechariah. She used to enjoy horseback riding, reading, and paper crafting, however, she is now the mother of five young children – she has no spare time. Dr. Boynton is the children's choir director at Faith Family Baptist Church. Doctors Nathan and Melissa Boynton have been happily married for over ten years.
Dr. Anna Larson grew up in Kingwood and started working in the veterinary field when she was just 17 years old. Inspired by Dr. Larry Keese (founder of Lake Parkway Animal Hospital), she attended Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. She has been practicing small animal medicine in our community for the past 6 years. She and her husband, Sam, have 4 precious children ages 11 yrs, 9 yrs, 2 yrs, and 9 months. When she is not at work she can be found cheering on her oldest two kiddos as they play in the Huffman youth football and volleyball leagues. Dr. Larson and her family are active members of Second Baptist Church.
Dr. Jim McComas’ love for animals began early on his family’s cattle ranch near Albany, Texas. At age six, the local paper quoted him on his dream of becoming a veterinarian. He completed his undergraduate degree as a member of Texas A&M’s Corp of Cadets in 1997 and then graduated from Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. He began his career as a mixed animal veterinarian at Simonton Vet Clinic in Simonton, Texas. In 2003, he and his family transferred to Beaumont where he worked at Wilcox Vet Clinic for six years. His family then had the opportunity to relocate to Bangkok, Thailand where they lived for over three years exploring much of Southeast Asia. Dr. McComas and his wife, Mary Elizabeth, have two daughters, Kendall and Kathryn. They attend Humble Area First Baptist Church. Most weekends his family can be found in or around the water of Lake Houston.
A two-pound ball of calico fluff when she came to Lake Parkway Animal Hospital in April 2005, Spot was one of three kittens rescued along with their mother. Plans were made to place each cat into a loving home. One kitten was adopted along with the mother and another was adopted by one of our technicians. Spot, however, was a different story. She was taken in by a wonderful family, but threw such a tantrum at her new home that she was immediately returned to her beloved Lake Parkway Animal Hospital, where she has maintained residence ever since. Though she doesn't pay rent or her share of the utility bills, she boasts such a large fan club that she now has her own email address in order to keep her in the "Spot-light." You can email her at email@example.com. She has a hard time typing with her finely manicured claws, so her staff (also known as our receptionists) types replies for her. Spot graciously deigns to share her celebrity with these fine ladies, so feel free to email Chris, Ashley, Rebecca, or Heather at the same address.