Dr. Andrea Webb

Andrea Webb is a 1989 graduate of Texas A&M University. She established her career practicing at The Vet Center in Spring, Texas. She relocated to College Station to practice between 2001 and 2007. True Companion is the culmination of her life long dream of owning her own practice.

Dr. Webb and Eddie have two perfect, well behaved children (you all believe that part, right?), Eddie Junior and Charli Michelle. Dr. Webb’s favorite parts of veterinary medicine are educating her clients and curing her patients who are subsequently very grateful and never bite her.

Along with her 20 years of experience as a veterinarian, Dr. Webb is also an experienced dog trainer and obedience class instructor. In life before children, she bred, trained, and showed Golden Retrievers. Presently, she finds life very full and rewarding with her family cats Color, Skittles and Sparkles, and two horses, Friday and Cherish.

Dr. Melissa Mintzas

Dr. Melissa Anderson Mintzas (pronounced like Ninjas, but with an “M”) was raised right here in the Woodlands. She earned both her Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University (Whoop!). She has practiced in the North Houston area and jumped (quite excitedly) at the opportunity to join Dr. Webb’s practice beginning in May 2010.

She’s a horse girl at heart, having shared 21 years of her life with her grumpy old Quarter Horse, Windy. Somewhere along the way, the happy duo acquired Dr. Mintzas’ fabulously wonderful husband, Luke, as well as two dogs, the neurotic Holli and handsome Wyatt

Dr. Mintzas became a mom to her first two-legged child, Nicolas, in 2014. Every minute she’s not at work, she’s enjoying all the incredible adventures of motherhood!

Dr. Mira Rogers

Dr. Mira Rogers graduated from Texas A&M in 1997. She joined the True Companion team in April 2013. She fit in immediately and promises to spend the rest of her career her, no exceptions!

Dr. Rogers is married to her loving, handsome husband Ray. She has a very naughty dog named Crash (pictured above) who sometimes forgets his manners and bites people (she’s working on that). Dr. Rogers’ favorite part of veterinary medicine is solving the diagnostic puzzle and then enjoying, hopefully, undying love and gratitude from her patients.

Dr. Stephanie Malmquist

Bio coming soon.


The support staff of a veterinary hospital is the backbone of the organization. These people have dedicated their careers and their lives to the care of animals.

Without them, doctors could not “doctor.”


Let’s begin with the first people you will see when you enter the clinic. The customer service representatives primary job is to serve you with a smile. They strive to make your visit as smooth and pleasant as possible!


Allie moved to Texas from sunny southern California in 2012 after graduating with a BA in political science from USC & teaching credentials from Chapman University. Upon moving to Texas, Allie decided to change careers and follow her dream of working with animals AND people, so naturally, True Companion family was a perfect fit! Allie loves working hard to take care of the fantastic clients and patients and is a great at making people smile!

In her free time, Allie loves to shop and also enjoys spending time with her precious kitty named “Kendra Scott.”


Sarah joined the True Companion Family in 2013. Sarah loves working with people and snuggling puppies and kittens! Sarah grew up in Conroe and is happy to have a career that allows her to help people and their beloved pets!

Sarah has 2 cats (Arya and Jinx), who she rescued. In her free time, Sarah loves to spend time with her kiddos, Kaydence and Gavin. She also likes going to the movies and doing arts and crafts.


Veterinary technicians are the nurses of the veterinary team. They provide compassionate care for sick and hospitalized animals. Veterinary technicians are also educated about common pet healthcare issues. You will meet them in the exam rooms and can trust that they are taking good care of your pets behind the scenes.


Nancy is the type of person who should never work at a vet clinic. The reason for this is that her extreme love of pets coupled with her compassion and, frankly, lack of self discipline leads her to bring home needy pets much too frequently to her husband James’ liking.

Oh well, that can’t be helped because Nancy and Dr. Webb go way back. Nancy and Dr. Webb first met at The Vet Center way back in 1994. They worked together until 2000 when they both left for greener pastures. Nancy landed at Lexicon where she worked with the little animals (mice). James is very thankful she did not bring home a bunch of needy mice!

Nancy and Dr. Webb are now happily re-united at True Companion where true to Nancy’s nature, she has already gained another pet, her schnauzer, Tubby Bear. Nancy shares her home with 16 year old Weasel (obtained while working at The Vet Center), Buddy (our generous blood donor), and Simon the cat. The humans in her life include her husband James, daughter Jessica, and excessively cute grandchildren, Korbyn and Chloe.


Ana joined the True Companion Family in November 2009.

She has been working as a Veterinary Technician for approximately 10 years. She and her husband have an adorable sweet baby girl named Liliana (also know as Princess Liliana), and 4 furry children: 2 dogs, Pomeranian Penny (the spoiled brat), and Boxer Shmeagle (the rescue dog); and 2 cats, Rocky and Oreo, both Domestic Shorthairs.

She also volunteers with the Houston Boxer Rescue as a Foster Mommy.


Kelly joined the True Companion Family in February 2010.

She and her husband, Teddy, have 3 babies of the four-legged variety: two Mastiffs named Beau and Piggy and a kitty named Sally May.

When not at work, she enjoys karate and softball, as well as relaxing at the lake.


Ginger joined True Companion in January 2009. However, basically she was just coming home because she, like Nancy, is an old friend of Dr. Webb’s from The Vet Center.

Ginger had a special place in her heart for the big dogs & Great Danes. She had a beautiful blue Great Dane, Shane and also shared her home with Elliot a Pit mix, several cats, multiple goats, with a few children and a husband thrown in.

We lost Ginger to a tragic car accident in June 2010. We miss her greatly every day, and she will always have her place here in our True Companion Family.

We love you Mama G!!


Abigail joined the True Companion family in 2014.

She loves working with puppies and instantly adores any Dachshund that walks though the door!! Abigail does a fantastic job taking care of patients and fills many roles here at True Companion. She can often be found taking care of ICU patients and managing hospitalized pets or you may see her in the exam rooms at your appointment. Abby also serves as the radiation safety officer in the hospital, which helps to keep us all safe!

When not at work, Abby enjoys kayak fishing, cooking and camping. She also loves spending time with her family and has 3 lovely dapple Dachshunds named Dixie, Copper and Bonnet. Abby also has an impressive knowledge of every O.P.I. nail polish color that has ever been made!


Stephanie joined the True Companion family in 2015.

Stephanie does a fabulous job in every area of the hospital!She previously worked with the boarding pets, helping to keep them as spoiled as they are at home. Stephanie now works full time as a technician and loves to educate owners about preventative care topics. Steph is always excited to learn new skills and is always interested in the complex medicine cases. Her enthusiasm is contagious! When not at work, Steph enjoys spending time with her really sweet Pug (Pugly) and her handsome Rottweiler Shepherd mix (Percy).


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Coming soon.