Dr. Amanda Hanna
Dr. Amanda Hanna graduated with honors from Texas A&M, College of Veterinary Medicine, in 2015. She has been in the field of veterinary medicine since 2001 when she graduated as a licensed veterinary technician from Seneca College in King City, ON, Canada.
In 2015, Dr. Hanna started working in private practice and developed a love of surgery after volunteering at BARC, an open intake shelter in Houston, Texas. Her surgical skills were further honed when she started a high volume-high quality surgical suite at Houston Pets Alive.
In 2021, Dr. Hanna saw a need in the Houston rescue community for more clinics offering affordable veterinary services and founded Houston Spay Neuter. She enjoys working with rescue groups to support causes such as improving animal welfare and decreasing animal overpopulation in the Greater Houston Area. She is well-known and highly regarded in the community.
She works closely with The Empty the Shelter Project in Houston and has been to the Dominican Republic to perform surgical sterilization with The Caribbean Spay/Neuter group.
Dr. Hanna performs approximately 6000 spay/neuter surgeries per year in addition to various other surgical procedures. Her surgical experience includes
- Spay/neuter (terminal pregnant spays/cryptorchid/in-heat/pyometra)
- Mass removals
- Bladder surgery
- GI surgery (GDV/Foreign body removal/biopsy)
- Eye surgery (eyelid agenesis repair/cherry eye repair/enucleations/entropion repair/eyelid mass removal)
- Wound/laceration repair
Dr. Hanna hails from Canada originally but has lived in the United States since 2004. She and her husband, Jason, have called Houston home since 2008. She is owned by two rescue dogs, Amelia and Bedelia, and three rescue kitties, Gingie, Nut, and Kitten.