Our Veterinarians

Dr. Gibson, DVM


A native of Austin Texas, Dr. Kathryn Gibson is a General Practitioner and the owner of Comal Pet Hospital.

Dr. Gibson credits her parents with having encouraged her to follow her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian. Now that she is a veterinarian, she says that all of the hard work is made worthwhile by the pleasure she derives in helping clients ensure their pets lead long and healthy lives.

After graduating high school in Austin, Dr. Gibson entered Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2000. During her undergraduate studies, Dr. Gibson was a member of the college’s women’s basketball team and the Delta Delta Delta social sorority.

In 2003, Dr. Gibson enrolled in Texas A& M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. Her area of particular professional interest is dentistry and she is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. 

Dr. Gibson and her husband David are the proud parents of two daughters. Their animal family consists of two Rhodesian Ridgebacks (April and Ragnar) and 4 cats (Ike, Peanut, Froyo and Princess Kate). Her interests include traveling, reading, enjoying the outdoors, and playing basketball.

Dr. Sechrest-Lang, DVM


Robin grew up in a small country town in Missouri and moved to Portland Oregon as a teenager. With this diverse upbringing Robin has a wide range of interests from white water rafting and camping to fine dining and dancing. Living on a farm and taking in all the stray animals is what sparked Robin’s interest in veterinary medicine and has been her dream career since the age of six. While obtaining her bachelor in animal science from Oregon State University (2002-2006) she worked in a feline only practice sparking a strong interest in feline medicine. Robin attended Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine from 2006 through 2010. During that time she served as the president of the student chapter of the American Association of Feline Practitioners and started a free clinic called the Feline Wellness Day which continued many years after its conception in 2008. She has a strong desire to reduce the stray and feral cat populations and has worked with the Feral Cat Coalition, a mobile spay and neuter clinic to help obtain that goal. Robin worked for a feline practice in Portland,OR for 2.5 years under a board certified feline specialist.

In 2014 Robin married her eHarmony sweetheart and moved to Vancouver, Washington, where they started a family that has grown to include two beautiful children. There are also two fur babies. One very spoiled, toy fetching kitty, Roo, and one hunting, goof ball dog, Belle. In 2018 the family moved to New Braunfels, Texas. This is where they want to raise their children and build a strong community relationship.

Dr Lang is very excited to join the family here at Comal Pet Hospital. She is always committed to quality care of her patients and the development of personal relationships with her clients. She sincerely believes a strong foundation in preventive care and client education is the key to quality and longevity of life in our furry friends. She feels a personalized holistic approach covering everything from nutrition to environmental stress to pathological disease is what’s best for each patient. Dr Lang looks forward to meeting you and your loved ones and building a strong relationship built on communication and trust!

Dr. Jordy, DVM


Education- AAS in Veterinary Technology-2008, BS in Fisheries and Wildlife-2010, DVM from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine (also received the Gentle Doctor Award, AAHA Award for Proficiency in Primary Care and the Dr. Wendell H. Krull Parasitology Prize)-2020.

Specialty- soft tissue surgery (specifically HQHVSN) and expanding my skills and knowledge in dermatology.

Hobbies- I love spending time with and spoiling my 5 furbabies (Josie, Mozzie, Merri, Jasmine and Murphy), running half marathons, cooking and baking, exploring unique local restaurants, and traveling with my husband Mark.

I love veterinary medicine because I love being able to help sick pets feel better, and helping pet parents better understand how to care for their pets, helping them have the happiest and healthiest life possible. I also love the challenge and the variety of veterinary medicine because no day is ever the same, and it requires constant learning, evolving and innovation to find solutions for each unique case.


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