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Staff

We are the only AAHA accredited practice in a 100 mile radius. That means that you can count on us for complete, thorough, and compassionate care for your best friend.

  • Dr.
    Ron Easley
    Veterinarian
  • Marcie Costley
    Veterinary Technician & Office Manager Marcie was born in Oklahoma, but moved to Pampa at an early age. She graduated from Pampa High School and has an Associate's Degree from Clarendon College. She has been an employee at Easley Animal Hospital since 2007. She began work at the hospital as a veterinary technician and has served as office manager since 2011. Her favorite part about her job is getting to know the unique relationship between each client and their pet and using that knowledge to best serve each individual. She and her husband have two children and four grandchildren. They have three canine kids, all of which were rescues. Marcie enjoys volunteering with the student ministry at Calvary Baptist Church
  • Kathy Dossey
    Kathy was born and raised in Pampa. She has always had an interest in animals and started working as a groomer before becoming a veterinary technician. She has been employed at Easley Animal Hospital since 2005. Kathy's personal hobbies include training and obedience for small animals. She is currently pursuing continuing education in these areas. She has several pets at home including 8 dogs and 3 cats. Other members of her family include her husband of 46 years, 2 daughters and 3 grandchildren. Kathy says the best thing about working at Easley Animal Hospital is providing quality pet care and helping owners with their best friends.
  • Katie Henderson
    Veterinary Technician Katie was born in Arkansas and moved to Pampa, TX at a young age. She has been in the veterinary field since 2006 and at Easley Animal Hospital since 2011. She aspires to finish school and become a licensed Veterinary Technician. She has experience raising many different species of animals, from rabbits (which she showed and bred), to turtles, chinchillas, goats and even injured squirrels which she nursed back to health. She enjoys spending time with her dogs, cats, goats, and horses as well as reading and crafting. Katie also enjoys riding four wheelers, fishing, golfing, target shooting, and many other outdoor activities with her family. She dreams of owning her own animal sanctuary some day in order to help all the injured and orphaned animals.
  • Deborah Bowman
    Bio coming soon.
  • Abby Grant
    Bio coming soon.