Dr. James Gieb is the owner and general practicioner at Gieb Veterinary Clinic. He received his Bachelor of Science in 1969 and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1970 from Texas A&M University. After serving two years in the Army Veterinary Corp, he started his practice in Springtown, Texas. The first 20+ years the practice was primarily equine and food animal and the last 20 years have been devoted to internal medicine, surgery and preventive medicine of companion animals. He takes very seriously the privelige of being a veterinarian which allows him to help people keep their pets and livestock healthy.
Dr. Gieb and his wife Cherylane have 4 children and 8 grandchildren. Dr. Gieb enjoys family, ranching, and gardening. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Assoiciation, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, Tarrant County Veterinary Medical Assoication, Springtown Chamber of Commerce, and the Springtown Optimist Club.
General practitioner Rosemarie Roose believes, "God gave me the desire to help animals and then allowed me to get the training necessary to do so. Fulfilling that desire for the past 23 years assures me I am doing what I was intended to do."
Dr. Roose was raised in Iowa Park, TX the daughter of a family practioner. She received her bachelor of veterinary science in l987 and her doctorate of veterinary medicine in l989 from Texas A&M University. She particularly enjoys performing small animal soft tissue surgery.
When she is not at the clinic, Dr. Roose loves spending time with husband Robert, a fellow Aggie and design engineer at Peterbilt Motors, and children Rebecca and Christian. Her daughter is pursuing a music degree at SMU, while her son an architectural degree at Texas A&M. They have grown up raising cattle and chickens, and taking care of their dogs, Allie and Holly, as well as Socks the Cat. Dr. Roose is an active member of First Baptist Church of Decatur, and is a member of the AVMA, TVMA and Tarrant Co. veterinary medical association.