Meet Our Veterinarians
Looking for a vet in Webster? Whether you live in League City, Friendswood, Dickinson, or Pearland, our team of professional, experienced veterinarians are here to help. We’re pet owners, just like you, so you can be confident that we’ll treat your pet with compassion, kindness, and plenty of TLC!
Dr. Billie Rush, DVM
Dr. Rush has had a love of animals since she was a little girl, spending her free time on her family’s farm in Oklahoma. She has been employed in veterinary hospitals since she was 17 and has worked as a kennel technician, receptionist, and veterinary assistant. After high school, she began pursuing her goal to become a veterinarian by attending Oklahoma State University, majoring in zoology. After graduating from OSU in 2001, she practiced in Oklahoma for several years before moving to Austin.
Although it was hard to leave Austin, the lure of vet practice ownership and moving closer to family brought her to the Clear Lake area. She purchased Brown Animal Clinic from Dr. Brown in 2012 when he retired and changed the name to Advanced Pet Care. Her veterinarian specialties include soft tissue surgery, dentistry, and complex internal medicine cases. To stay current on the latest trends in veterinary medicine, Dr. Rush is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Feline Practitioners, Galveston County Veterinary Medical Association, Harris County Veterinary Medical Association, and the Texas Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Rush and her husband, Brian, have a son and a daughter who share their love of animals. They live with a boxer mix named Wally that they adopted from the Great Dane Rescue of Southeast Texas. In her free time, she enjoys going to Crossfit and traveling. She is also an avid reader.
Dr. Natalie Dadgar
Dr. Natalie Dadgar has had a passion for animals and the veterinary profession as long as she can remember. She grew up in Double Oak, TX, just North of Dallas, with her family dogs being Doberman Pinschers and Boston Terriers, some of which she trained in canine agility trials. Dr. Dadgar went to Oklahoma State University for her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, as well as her veterinary school career. She has worked and shadowed in equine, large animal, and many small animal veterinary clinics, including orthopedic surgery and ophthalmology specialists, since she was 16 to pursue her lifelong dream of a career veterinary medicine.
While in veterinary school, Dr. Dadgar was a CVHS Ambassador, President of the Surgery and Anesthesiology Club, and a member of the veterinary honor society, Phi Zeta. In order to stay up-to-date on veterinary medicine, Dr. Dadgar is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, Harris County Veterinary Medical Association, Fear Free, and American Association of Feline Practitioners.
Dr. Dadgar’s veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery, ophthalmology, and internal medicine. She loves challenging cases, especially surgeries, and keeps a social media profile to document her most interesting cases. She is hoping to bring more ultrasound services as well as orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation/physical therapy to Advanced Pet Care in the future. Her personal interests include dog training, horseback riding, kayaking, music, reading, and travel.
Dr. Dadgar absolutely loves living in the Clear Lake area with her husband and three pets. They have two dogs—a Blue Heeler named Mysha and a Sheltie mix named Peri—that love their regular walks along the water. The Dadgars also share their home with a black Persian cat with yellow eyes named Saffron that Dr. Dadgar rescued from the clinic. You may see Saffron around the clinic if Dr. Dadgar is out of town—the sassy little Persian is the resident clinic cat while she is boarding here.