Meet the Veterinarian

  • Dr.
    Marsha Stein
    , DVM

    Marsha Stein, DVM was born in Houston, Texas. She moved College Station, Texas in the fall of 1977 to be a freshman at Texas A&M University. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science at A&M in December of 1980 and another Bachelor of Science Degree in Veterinary Sciences in 1983. She graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in May of 1985.
    Dr. Marsha Stein married Franklin Stein in December of 1983. Franklin Stein is a Veterinarian as well. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 1965. The Doctors Stein have spent a lot of time travelling to Great Britain, Ireland and the western United States. They have three grandchildren: two grandsons and one granddaughter. Frank Stein, DVM taught at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine for many years and retired as The Director of the Veterinary Medical Research Park in 2009. The Doctors Stein have had an incredibly successful and storybook career showing their livestock all over the country. In the mid 2000’s they had a national champion halter mammoth jack, national champion Pinzgauer heifer, and national champion performance mule on their farm in Burleson County, Texas.
    Marsha Stein, DVM opened her practice in Snook Texas in June or 1985. Her practice has been in the same place ever since. Dr. Marsha has always had a love of horses, and she followed that love by working for the Texas Racing Commission from 1990 thru 1994 as a State Veterinarian at Manor Downs near Austin, Texas, Gillespie County Fairgounds in Fredericksburg, Texas, and at the Sam Houston Race Park in Houston, Texas. Her time at the race tracks was a difficult period, because she tried to keep her practice in Snook going even though she was away from home six days a week. In the fall of 1994 she returned to her practice in Snook and has been content to be “the Snook Veterinarian” ever since. Dr. Stein was appointed to the Texas Animal Health Commission in 1994 by Governor Ann Richards. She served as a commissioner on the TAHC until 1999.
    Marsha Stein, DVM is a member of The American Veterinary Medical Association, the Texas Veterinary Medical Association, The Brazos Valley Veterinary Medical Association, and the Bluebonnet Veterinary Medical Association. She is also a member of the Australian Shepherd Club of America, The American Pinzgauer Association, and the Southwestern Donkey and Mule Society. She is a former Republican Party County Chair and she and her husband attended George W. Bush’s Inaugural in Washington D.C. in January of 2001.

    Dr. Marsha Stein truly enjoys each day at her practice in Snook. She tells people all the time that she will never retire because she loves what she does. Since she sees companion animals, horses, and livestock, there never seems to be a dull moment at Snook Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Stein is committed to her clients and patients. She still works totally by herself and has learned to do all things by herself. Dr. Frank Stein will help her with emergencies, but she likes and prefers the one on one relationships she has forged over the years. Marsha Stein, DVM will make you one; and only one, promise. She will treat you and your animal with dignity and honesty. Dr. Stein’s priorities are to her Maker, her family, and to her Veterinary career.

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  • "Frank and Marsha are the best! The Snook - Tunis metroplex is their home turf, for both big and small animals , with prize winning jackasses for the rodeo their specialty..."
    Kyle G.
  • "Cant say enuff good stuff about Doc Stein... she was there every time I needed a vet .. wish I could’ve brought her w/me when we moved back to our farm in east Texas !"
    Jo E.
  • "Dr. Stein goes above and beyond to help out her clients and their animals. She was our vet for 7 years while we lived in Snook and in that time she cared for our dogs, cats, and goats. I wish we could of brought her with us!"
    Megan M.

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