Dr. Matthew S. Vodehnal DVM, MS
Dr. Matthew Vodehnal first began working in the veterinary profession in 1998 as a junior in high school. After earning his B.S. and M.S. from Sam Houston State University, he attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed his clinical training at Louisiana State University in 2012.
Dr. Vodehnal considers it a privilege to be a member of the veterinary profession as well as a member of the Long Veterinary Clinic team. Dr. Vodehnal enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine ranging from internal medicine to surgery, and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association as well as the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Vodehnal is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys spending time with family and friends, especially his wife Lindsay, his sons Duke and Dean, and his daughter Maizee-Kaye.
Dr. Jonathan T. Green, DVM
Dr. Green is a 1979 graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. A native Texas, he was raised in west Houston and returned to Spring after finishing his schooling. Dr. Green enjoyed a 25 year career at Kuykendahl Veterinary Clinic, filled with many treasured memories of the people and pets he has met. Dr. Green's professional interests include diagnostic internal medicine and soft tissue surgery.
Dr. Green and his wife Ann have been married for nearly fifty years. Ann is a graduate of Texas A&M with a degree in Education. The Greens are avid travelers. One of their most memorable trips was to Yorkshire, England to visit the area where James Herriott wrote his wonderful stories of England veterinary medicine in the early 20th century, described so vividly in the novel All Creatures Great and Small. His family includes daughters Rachael and Mary. Rachael is a 2004 graduate of Baylor University and lives in The Woodlands, Texas. Mary is an attorney in Houston. They have 2 grandsons, Jack and Wesley. The Greens are members of the Grace Presbyterian Church of The Woodlands.