We are conveniently located in Bulverde, 9 miles north of 1604 on 281N. Our clients come from the following surrounding areas:
Even as a small child, Dr. Kothmann had a calling to animals. By the time he was in first grade, he had already acquired a reputation in his neighborhood as the kid who cares for pets. His gift was so apparent that his fifth grade teacher wrote him a letter at the end of the school year encouraging him to attend veterinary school at Texas A&M. So, it was only natural that he became a veterinarian. Over the last 2 decades, Dr. Kothmann has helped thousands of pets enjoy long, healthy lives.
There are no shortcuts to the knowledge it takes to save a puppy from parvo or treat a tomcat for dogfight wounds. So, despite Dr. Kothmann's extensive experience, he still regularly exceeds the annual Texas state requirements for continued training to stay abreast of the latest breakthroughs in veterinary care.
Through professional membership, Dr. Kothmann meets with fellow professionals and shares the latest advancements in veterinary medicine.
He also takes great pleasure in sharing his knowledge with the community and regularly talks to school children about the joys of being a veterinarian, often opening his offices to students interested in animal medicine.
“Thanks to Dr. Kothmann, Sammy is completely free of cancer.”
Dr. Heather Bunting grew up in Humble, TX, and knew from the age of 5 that she wanted to be a veterinarian.
She received her bachelor of science in Animal Science from Texas A&M University in 2003. She then moved to Southern California to attend veterinary school at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA. After graduating in 2009, she completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery with a emergency and specialty hospital in Los Angeles. She worked as a general practitioner in Southern California for 3 years, before deciding to move back home to Texas to be closer to family. Dr. Bunting's professional interests include cardiology, wound healing, ultrasound, and preserving the human-animal bond.
In her free time she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, playing basketball, and Aggie Football. She is happy to be back in Texas and is looking forward to spending more time with her two nephews and niece. Her four-legged family includes Murphy, a Jack Russell terrier; Bella, a Catahoula; and a big orange cat named Milo.