your pearland veterinary team

Dr. C. Corbett Post | Medical Director

Dr. C. Corbett Post has a Bachelor of Science degree from Baylor University (1996), and studied abroad in Heidelberg, Germany for one and a half years, focusing on zoology, botany and ecology. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in May 2003 from Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, with a focus on both large and small animals. Dr. Post held the position of Class President throughout veterinary school, and was voted “best classmate to be on a rotation with” by his classmates. After graduating, Dr. Post spent his next year at an equine practice in California, working through a rigorous voluntary internship program, enhancing his knowledge in surgery and in medicine. He continued practicing in the large animal realm back in Texas for two years before joining Pearland Pet Health Center in May 2006.

Dr. Post has done volunteer veterinary work in Sinsheim, Germany, the Salinas, California Rodeo, Brazoria County Fair and Rodeo, and the Houston Rodeo. He is currently a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), and is a past president of the Harris County Veterinary Medical Association (HCVMA).

Dr. Post enjoys spending time with his family: his wife, Jana, their daughter Maggie and twin boys, Chap and Whit. They also have three dogs: Lou, Lucy, and Ellie. In his spare time, he enjoys sports, especially target archery and various outdoor activities.

Dr. Manley May | Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Manley May graduated Summa Cum Laude from Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in May 1992. After graduation, Dr. May and his family moved to Pearland and he began practicing veterinary medicine at a large, multi-veterinarian, small animal clinic in the Rice Village area where he spent 12+ years. In the spring of 2005, he fulfilled a life-long dream by opening Pearland Pet Health Center. Dr. May is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), and the Harris County Veterinary Medical Association (HCVMA). He served on the board of the HCVMA as Historian (2001), Vice President (2002), and President (2003). H Texas Magazine recognized Dr. May as one of Houston’s Best vets in its April 2004 edition. In showing his love for the profession, Dr. May has worked with various rescue groups around the Houston area including Bunny BuddiesRed Collar RescuePup Squad, and Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue.

When Dr. May is not practicing veterinary medicine, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Jodi, their son Ryan and his wife Britney and their beautiful daughter Vera, and his younger son, Reagan. They have a number of critters of their own including two dogs, Squiggy and Addie, and three donkeys, Roxie, Heme and Shiner. He also enjoys old cars, trucks, tractors, water skiing and just being in the great outdoors.

Dr. Holly Mariott | Associate Veterinarian

As the youngest daughter in a military family, Dr. Holly Mariott was born in Washington State but has already lived on both coasts and in six different states. She received a Bachelors degree in Animal Science from Colorado State University in 2006. During her time in Colorado she met and married her husband Wesley, a Texas native. After her husband sold her on the extensive benefits of relocating to the great state of Texas; Dr. Mariott completed a Masters Degree in Biomedical Sciences in 2009 at Texas A&M University followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 2012. While at Texas A&M she received the Patton W. Burns award for excellence in physiology, pharmacology, and toxicology, was awarded membership to the Phi Zeta Honor Society, was President of the student chapter of the Veterinary Business Management Association (VBMA), and graduated magna cum laude.

Following graduation Dr. Mariott continued to remain active in leadership as the President of the Galveston County Medical Association and remains committed to the advancement of her profession through membership in the American Veterinary Medical Association.

In 2017, Dr. Mariott chose to leave clinical practice to pursue two of her greatest professional passions- small animal nutrition and people. She worked for Nestle-Purina helping to educate veterinarians, veterinary students, veterinary staff and owners on the role of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of disease. As her family size grew her ability to travel decreased and she returned to clinical practice in 2021. She remains focused on the role of nutrition and preventative medicine in improving the life of pets.

Her other great passions include her faith and family including her husband and four small children. They enjoy a small menagerie of animals on their suburban “farm” and hope to one day add some chickens and goats to their family. Together they enjoy hiking, camping, and exploring the great outdoors.

Dr. Brandi Roseman | Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Brandi Roseman was born and raised in Huntsville, AL. She attended Tuskegee University for both her Bachelors degree and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating she worked for 3.5 years treating dogs and cats at a walk in clinic in Houston. She recently joined the Innovetive family practicing at Pearland Pet Health Center. While working part time, she is pursuing her masters in public health. She enjoys all fields of the veterinary profession, but has special interest in small animal practice, exotic medicine, and public health. In her spare time, Dr. Roseman enjoys spending time with family, her kitties, and volunteering in the community.

your pearland veterinary support team


Kit Berry | Technician Supervisor / Office Manager

Kit is the longest standing employee at Pearland Pet Health Center. Kit worked along side Dr. May at his previous clinic and has been the backbone of this clinic since opening in March 2005. Her loyalty and dedication has enhanced the quality of care for each patient that enters our doors. Kit's love for her job is definitely noticed by both clients and staff. In her spare time, Kit enjoys spending time with her husband, Matt, and their two children, Logan and Jordan. She also has her hands full caring for her English Mastiff, Bruno, and her five chickens. She also recently adopted a horse named Nevada from a rescue called Habitat for Horses, fulfilling a lifelong dream.


Marissa Florido

Marissa began her employment at PPHC in June 2012. She has definitely been one of our best hires. She is loyal, trustworthy, and loves helping and working with animals. This has been her one and only job, and luckily according to her it is her dream job! Marissa grew up in Pearland and graduated from Dawson High School in 2013. She started with us as a kennel technician, then became a technician about a year later. As well as working full time as a veterinary technician, she is the kennel technician supervisor, and also helps with other office assistant duties, always being a great help to Kit. In her spare time she loves to hang out with her dog, Hurley. Her life long dream is to one day have enough land to have all of the farm animals her heart desires!


Shelbey Frierson

Shelbey's love for animals brought her to PPHC in 2017. Shelbey has been working in the vet field for about three years prior to joining PPHC. She grew up in Pearland and graduated from Pearland High School in 2008, she is currently attending West Texas A&M University. In Shelbey's spare time you can find her spending time with her husband Clyde, and her two sons, Calvin and Keith. She also just recently had another baby boy! She does not currently have any pets but hopes to once the kids are a little older. Shelbey also likes to be outdoors, fishing, crafting, and watching sports.


Elizabet Garza

Elizabet starting working with us a volunteer in the summer of 2018. We quickly recognized her value as a team member and hired her as a kennel assistant shortly after. A few months later she began working as a technician with us. Her amazing attitude and hunger for knowledge makes her a joy to work with. She has graduated from Alvin Community College from the Veterinary Assistant Program and completed a level 1 CVA. She loves soccer and playing with her pets, and currently lives at home with her parents and her dogs, Goldie and Odess. She is planning to get married to her fiance Nolan in 2021-2022. Her long term goal is to one day become a veterinarian.


Jaclyn Norman

Jackie started with Pearland Pet Health Center in July 2016. She has been an asset and valuable team member since joining the team. She is a loyal, hard worker that is willing to pitch in wherever needed. She first worked as a receptionist, then moved up to reception supervisor. She is currently working as a technician, pursuing her dream to work closer with the animals and their direct care. Jackie has three boys, Cayden, Cameron, and Chayse. She also has a cat named Monster, and an old shih tzu named Peanut she generously took in when a friend passed away.


Heidi McClintock

Heidi started with us a kennel technician/vet assistant in late 2020. She loves animals and is amazing with them. She grew up in the military, so she moved around a lot, living in two different countries and seven different states! She was in the Marines and worked as a prison guard after that for over ten years. She currently lives in Pearland with her life partner of over 13 years, Jennifer, and their three dogs: Sweet Pea, Storm, and Ares. In her spare time, Heidi loves to fish.


Reilly Wiltshire

Reilly has joined the Pearland team as a veterinary technician. She’s lived in Pearland her whole life, and graduated high school from Dawson High School in 2020 and is now attending San Jacinto to finish general education classes. As a child, she wanted to be a veterinarian, but now she’s currently exploring other career paths. In her spare time, she enjoys visiting Galveston beach.

Analiyah Quiroa

Analiyah Quiroa

Analiyah graduated from Manvel High school and has an associates degree from Alvin Community College. When she was little, her dream job was to be an orthodontist.

Analiyah is hard working and very knowledgeable about rabbits and their care.

Outside of work, she can be found spending time with friends and family, relaxing with a book and cup of tea, and spending quality time with her pet rabbit. Analiyah also can be found sharing her care and knowledge with many in-home pet sitting jobs.


Phyllis Lynn

Phyllis grew up in Warr Acres, a suburb of Oklahoma City, and attended Putnam City schools. She graduated from Texas Woman’s University and worked the majority of her career as a registered nurse in general rehabilitation. Phyllis is an active member of the Southeast Texas chapter of Association of Rehabilitation Nurses and is also a board member.

Growing up, Phyllis wanted to be a veterinarian and attended her first year of college at Oklahoma State University as a pre-veterinary major.

Outside of work, Phyllis can you be found spending time at home with her dogs, Karli and Cooper, her cats, a small flock of chickens, and whatever foster she may be taking care of at the time. She can also be found volunteering with BakerRipley, RunHouston, and Saturday Arts Market.


Patricia Cloud

Patricia joined PPHC in July, 2016 as a kennel technician. About six months later she took on the role of a caring customer service representative. She has recently been promoted to co-reception supervisor alongside Dawn. She is great with both the clients and their pets. Patricia grew up in Pearland where she was home-schooled, and now resides in Santa Fe. When she is not working, Patricia loves being outdoors and spending time with her daughter, two sons, and two dogs.



Dawn was a client before she was an employee at PPHC. She loved us all so much she decided to work with us! She grew up in Wisconsin and currently lives in Iowa Colony. She is very active with her church, Shepherd of the Heart, and is even in charge of the Missions Program. She has three sons, two of which are in the military. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her two granddaughters Cheyenne and Savannah, her schnauzers Skye and Storm, and her husband Eric.


Millanoi Leshao

Millie started in 2020 amidst the crazy COVID-19 pandemic. She grew up in North Carolina and moved here with her parents and two siblings in 2016. She is learning quickly and has adapted to the changing protocols well. She is currently in college, majoring in cyber security. She hopes to one day work for the FBI as a cyber analyst. While she does not currently have any pets, she hopes to one day have her very own Goldendoodle!


Lexi Mason

Lexi joined Pearland Pet Health Center in 2020, amidst the pandemic. She is a great addition to our team. She grew up in Deer Park, and has a blended family with 11 siblings! She currently lives with her parents and eight of her siblings in her hometown. Lexi has four dogs, a hamster, and a rescue horse named Dakota. In her spare time she is a talented baker. She hopes to get back to school one day soon to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian.


Haylie Rocha

Haylie started with us as a kennel technician in April 2019. She moved to reception about six months later. She is a one of those bright and shiny people everyone gets along with. Haylie grew up and lives in Pearland with her parents and four siblings, as well as their seven dogs. She is currently going to school to pursue a degree in radiology. In her spare time, Haylie likes to take her dogs to the dog park, work out, and spend time with family.

Arianna Quiroa

Arianna Quiroa

Arianna grew up in the Houston area and graduated from Manvel High School. When young, her dream job was to become a princess, but has since changed her mind and has decided to become a registered nurse. Arianna is currently attending Alvin Community College where she is majoring in biology and plans to specialize in pediatric nursing.

Outside of work, you can find Arianna volunteering with her church.