Monday-Friday: 8:00 am-6:00 pm
Emergency & Critical Care
Board Certified Specialist in Veterinary Oncology, Oncology Section Head
Dr. Novosad joined Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists in 2008. Prior to joining the SLVS team, he spent six years in private referral practice in the Dallas area. He earned his DVM at Louisiana State University and completed his internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, and residency in Medical Oncology, at Animal Medical Center in New York City. His clinical interests include lymphoproliferative disorders, melanoma, and novel anti-cancer agents. In 2017, Dr. Novosad became the first veterinary oncologist to receive the Texas Academy of Veterinary Practice Clinical Referral and Consultation Award. Outside of work, Dr. Novosad enjoys college football (Geaux Tigers!!!) and is an avid runner
Gwen joined the SLVS team in 2011. She received her Associates of Arts Degree at Cy-Fair College and then went to the University of Houston and completed a BS in Anthropology. Her background in veterinary medicine includes over 10 years of experience in general practice, emergency and critical care, but her true calling is Oncology. Her special interests include biomedical equipment and repair. Her household includes “Pickles”, a chihuahua, “Moose”, a beagle and “Norman”, a cockatiel.
Christina joined the SLVS team in 2011. She received her Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology from Cedar Valley College in Lancaster, Texas and became a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) in 2007. Her background in veterinary medicine includes over 10 years of experience in general practice and emergency and critical care. Christina started in our ICU department, but soon developed a passion for Medical Oncology. Her special interests include offshore fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, sewing, gardening, and cooking. Her household includes “Cheyenne” a fun-loving German Shepherd, “Zoë” a shepherd husky mix, “Kora” an Australian Shepherd mix, and “Yuki” a Siberian Husky.
Kimberly was born in Richmond, Texas and raised on a small farm in Belleville. Her passion for animals started at a young age while tending to the farm animals and many family pets. She got her start in veterinary medicine by working as a kennel tech in high school and training up to the technician role. After high school, she attended the Vet Tech Institute of Houston and Pima Medical Institute to obtain her certification. Kimberly loves spending her free time outside in nature, rescuing and re-homing animals of all kinds as well as volunteering for the Texas Wildlife Refuge Center. At home, she dedicates herself to her young son Aiden and her two dogs: Precious and Coco the chi-weenie, as well as her tortoiseshell cat named Motley. She started with us at SLVS in September with eight years experience as a technician and three years as a client care specialist.