Our Veterinarians

Experience Means Excellence: The Veterinarians of The Feline Medical Center, Clear Lake, TX.

Managing DVM

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Jodi Long

Dr. Jodi Long grew up on small ranches in rural Oklahoma and Texas. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1996, a master of agriculture in 1997, and earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University in 2001. She began working at Bay Glen Animal Hospital in 2003 and is currently the Managing DVM for the Feline Medical Center & Bay Glen Animal Hospital.

Dr. Long and her husband, Tom, have two children, Ella and Thomas. They also share their home with several furry kids of the canine, feline, rabbit & equine variety.

Dr. Long is a previous president of the Harris County Veterinary Medical Association as well as the Texas Academy of Veterinary Practice. She currently serves on the Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) Board of directors representing Harris County. She is the chairman of the Ethics and Grievance Committee for TVMA as well.

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Mike Janney

Dr. Janney is a life-long resident of the Clear Lake Area. He attended Clear Lake High School and upon graduation in 1978 went to Texas A&M, where he received a degree in Veterinary Science and graduated Cum Laude. He then attended the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine, where he received his DVM in 1986. He practiced briefly in northwest Houston before coming back to Clear Lake in 1990 to start his own practice, Bay Oaks Veterinary Clinic, which later merged with another animal hospital to form Bay Glen Animal Hospital. He has practiced there ever since.

Dr. Janney has been married to his wife Cathy since 1986 and has 3 boys. The furry member and "protector" of the household is a 5 pound toy poodle named "Rocket". Dr. Janney has been active in his church and local youth sports for many years. He loves following the Texas Aggie and Houston Texans football teams and his hobbies include golf, bass fishing, and spending time at the family lake house in East Texas.

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Robert Trevino

Dr. Robert Trevino grew up in Clear Lake and graduated from Clear Lake High School before attending the University of Texas at Austin. He received his undergraduate degree from UT in biology with a focus on ecology, evolution, and behavior, and completed his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M in 2009. Following graduation, Dr. Trevino returned to Houston and spent the following two years as an emergency medicine clinician. After numerous nights of emergency medicine, he welcomed the opportunity to join the doctors and staff at Bay Glen Animal Hospital. Dr. Trevino enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, including emergency patient care and neurology.

He loves sports, playing soccer, and other outdoor activities such as camping and biking. When he is not outdoors he is avid film buff who enjoys all types of movies. Dr. Trevino currently resides in Clear Lake and is an active volunteer for Friends for LIfe Animal Shelter, and an active participant in WorldVets, a volunteer International Aid Program for Animals.

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Jenny Jong

Dr. Jenny Jong was born and raised in Houston, TX. She attended The University of Texas at Austin where she earned her Bachelor’s in Business Administration and went on to earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University. Upon graduation, she moved to New York City to extend her formal training as a veterinarian through a small animal internship rotating through specialty services such as surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, radiology, dentistry, and emergency. Dr. Jong is excited to be back in the great state of Texas and to join the amazing team of veterinarians at Bay Glen Animal Hospital/Feline Medical Center. She is particularly interested in small animal dentistry and feline medicine/surgery. She loves photography, traveling, attending plays, and reading a good book alongside her two cats, Seeley and Charlie.

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Tara Prezioso

Dr. Prezioso is originally from New Jersey. She graduated Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) with a Bachelor’s degree in Animal and Poultry Science in 2002 and continued on at North Carolina State University earning a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Dr. Prezioso completed her small animal rotating internship at SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center in Fairfax, Virginia in 2009. She has also completed internships at John’s Hopkins University, The Rochester Zoo in New York, and The Wye Research and Education Center in Maryl and. Dr. Prezioso has been practicing emergency medicine for the past 5 years and was excited to start part-time here at Bay Glen Animal Hospital. She still enjoys saving furry lives on the weekends.

Dr. Prezioso shares her 3 dogs (Bruce Wayne, Ranger [Black Labs], and Marcus [German Shephard]), a cat, Lucy, and 5 horses (Odin, Bucephalus, Lakota, Jackson, and Denver) with her boyfriend, Jim. They enjoy traveling and visiting renaissance fairs across the country. Dr. Prezioso spends her free time learning about building and remodeling, sewing, leatherworking, and woodworking. Her dog, Bruce, is also Therapy Dog certified and visits the local hospital and nursing homes to help brighten up someone’s day.

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Kristen Hartford

Dr. Hartford received her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University and went on to graduate with her Doctorate degree from Ross University. While attending Texas A&M University she worked in the Junior Surgery Lab of Texas A&M’s small animal teaching hospital. After graduating she worked as a technician in the Texas A&M small animal ICU before starting veterinary school.

I have wanted to be a veterinarian since I was young. I was given my first opportunity to get hands on experience during high school with a small private practice in Beaumont, TX. I continued to work as a veterinary technician at Texas A&M veterinary teaching hospital while I completed my undergraduate studies and before starting veterinary school. Getting those hands on experience sonly cemented my desire to do what it took to obtain my goal to become a veterinarian. I enjoy spending my free time outdoors, cooking, and taking photos of animals and nature.

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