Titus County

Veterinary Clinic

Titus County Veterinary Clinic is a mixed animal practice in northeast Texas.  Our clinic practices routine medicine and surgery on dogs, cats, cows, horses, sheep, goats, and pigs.  Additionally, we also offer advanced reproductive techniques for horses and dogs.  We are equipped with in house blood chemistry analyzers, digital radiology, digital ultrasound, and fully stocked farm call trucks.

Our friendly staff of technicians, receptionists, kennel assistants are eager to provide quality care for the animals of Northeast Texas.



Our History

Originally started by Dr. Ronny Robertson, Robertson Veterinary Services has been caring for the large and small animals of Titus County for over 30 years.  In June 2012, Dr. Heintz joined Robertson Veterinary Services as a partner.  When Dr. Robertson retired in December 2016, Dr. Heintz became the sole owner and the name was changed to Titus County Veterinary Clinic.

Staff include technicians, receptionists, and kennel assistants.
Contact us today!



Our Team


Kathryn Heintz

Dr. Kathryn Heintz is the primary veterinarian at Titus County Veterinary Clinic.  She is a 2005 graduate of Auburn University, earning her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.  She also earned her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Auburn, in 2001.  Her professional interests include equine reproduction, small animal medicine,  nutrition, and bovine herd health.  Originally from east Alabama, Dr. Heintz has made east Texas her home for the past 12 years.  She and her husband Jason, along with their children, enjoy living on their small farm.  The family attends First Baptist Church.  She enjoys cuddling with her dogs, cooking, gardening, and watching Auburn Tiger football.



Heather Bullard


Heather Bullard has been in the veterinary business since she was 15 years old.  Her first job was working as an assistant for Dr. Robertson.  After many years in the industry, she joined Titus County Veterinary Clinic in 2014.  After attending college at Texas A&M Commerce, she trained as a Certified Veterinary Assistant, Level 2.  Her professional interests include canine reproduction, small animal preventative care, and assisting with orthopedic surgeries.  She and her family are lifelong Mount Pleasant residents.  She enjoys the outdoors and spending time with her husband and son.


Leesa Perkins


Leesa Perkins joined Titus County Veterinary Clinic in October of 2011.  She is a certified Veterinary Technician, graduating from Houston Veterinary Technician Institute with a degree in Veterinary Technology.  Her professional interests include small animal dental care, nutrition, and behavior management.  She and her family have lived in northeast Texas for 6 years.  She enjoys playing with her dogs and cats, and watching her tarantula molt.


Hunter Gann


Hunter Gann joined Titus County Veterinary Clinic in September 2016.  He is a 2013 graduate of Mount Pleasant High School.  He was born on the farm and grew up working cattle with his father, a local Hereford Breeder.  He enjoys working with the variety of animals in our clinic.



1601 Industrial Road
Mount Pleasant, Texas 75455

Business Hours

Monday-Friday: 8AM – 5:30PM

Contact Us


© 2017 Titus County Veterinary Clinic. All Rights Reserved.