Dr. Mark Langevin
Dr. Langevin was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta Canada. He
completed his undergraduate studies at New Mexico State University in 2004, and graduated from veterinary school from the University of Saskatchewan in 2008. After graduation, he moved to Weatherford Texas, where he was an equine practitioner before changing his career path to small animal medicine. Dr, Langevin had been practicing in the southwest
Fort Worth area for 6 years, before starting Holland Lake Animal Hospital. His interests in the veterinary medicine include surgery, internal medicine,
and preventative care.
Dr. Langevin and his wife Ashlee, have five children, Luke, Samuel, Leah, Ben, and James. Their four-legged extended family includes two dogs, Allee, and Ruth, four cats, and two horses. When out of the office, a good place to find him maybe on the tee box at a local golf course! Dr. Langevin is very active in the community, sitting as a board member for the non-profit Horns for Hope, a member of the Knights of Columbus, and is very active in his church community.
Dr. Frank Nelson
Bio coming soon!
Dr. Domini Cooper
Dr. Cooper is a native of rural northeast Louisiana where she was
fortunate to grow up with plenty of animals around. She received her
undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University and her veterinary degree from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2004 (Geaux Tigers!). Following graduation, Dr. Cooper worked for 2 years at a mixed animal practice in West Monroe, Louisiana. After a year of veterinary relief work in Toledo, Ohio, Dr. Cooper and her family settled in Fort Worth where she worked as a companion animal veterinarian. Dr Cooper joined the Holland Lake Animal Hospital team in the summer of 2018 and continues to enjoy the opportunity to work with you and your
pets here at the clinic. Her favorite thing about being a veterinarian is the opportunity to promote the human animal bond. In her free time Dr Cooper enjoys spending time with her husband and four children.
Dr. Natalie Hansen Brown
Dr. Hansen-Brown grew up in Claremore, Oklahoma. Her love for animals started at an early age and she had a variety of pets growing up, including dogs, cats, hamsters, fish and hermit crabs. She was actively involved in FFA and showing livestock. She completed both her bachelor's degree (2010) and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (2013) at Oklahoma State
University. After graduation, she moved to Weatherford to begin
practicing at Millsap Veterinary Clinic and remained there for five years. She has decided to focus her career on companion animals here at Holland Lake Animal Hospital.
Dr. Hansen-Brown met and married her husband Cody here in Weatherford. They have one daughter, Cameron. Their animal family consists of 2 dogs (Deacon and Jolene), 2 cats (Troubadour and Hobo), a small herd of Hereford and Miniature Hereford cattle and a saltwater aquarium. When she is not busy caring for animals, Dr. Hansen-Brown
enjoys showing cattle with her daughter, boating, water-skiing and all things outdoors.
Dr. Ann Young
Dr young grew up on a farm near Iowa City, Iowa where she
developed an early love for all animals. During her childhood she
was very active in 4-H, raising and showing cattle and pigs. Shadowing her local veterinarian while growing up fueled her dream
to become a veterinarian at a young age. She completed both her
bachelor’s degree (2006) and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
(2010) at Iowa State University. After graduation she and her
husband (an equine veterinarian) moved to Weatherford for his
internship. Dr. Young worked in Fort Worth for the year of her
husband’s internship, and then after a short time in Lexington, Kentucky she returned to Weatherford and joined the Holland Lake Animal Hospital team in the fall of 2018.
Dr Young and her husband Gabe, met at Iowa State University and
got married prior to attending veterinary school together. They
have four children, Levi, Luke, Lila and Liam. Their animal family
consists of two dogs (Penny and Abby), six cats (Millie, Spider, Tina,
Camo, Buttons, and Dottie), one bearded dragon (Pickles), one
horse (Spot) and too many chickens to count!! In her free time. Dr.
Young enjoys running her own custom tumbler business. After years
of commuting to Fort Worth Dr Young is excited to be serving the
community closer to home.