About Us

About Us

About Us

Dr. McCoy

Dr. Naree’ McCoy was born and raised in the famous MotorCity, Detroit, Michigan. From a very young age, she exhibited a sincere passion for animals and developed a very strong love for horses in general. In high school, she became a part of a 4H program, where she took lessons and was able to compete in equine showmanship, trail equitation, and more. During her college years, she saved up and bought her first horse, a 3yr Appendix Quarter Horse, she affectionately re-named Passion. She attended thee illustrious Tuskegee University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Animal, Poultry, and Veterinary Sciences in 2013. She decided to remain at Tuskegee and went on to obtain her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2017.

Soon after graduation, Dr. McCoy began working under the great and late, Dr. Wendell C. Baker (‘74 Tuskegee Vet Med grad) in Waller, Texas after she previously completed an externship with him back in 2016. Baker Veterinary Clinic is where she gained invaluable experience and friendships in the mixed animal field. After Dr. Baker’s passing in 2021, Dr. McCoy went on to start her own mixed animal practice, Golden Legacy Veterinary Clinic, serving former clients and surrounding areas of Houston, TX in hopes to continue on his legacy, all while starting her own. Although GLVC is currently mobile only, Dr. McCoy is determined to expand to a brick and mortar in the very near future—stay tuned.

Her current interests include: surgeries (especially canine c-sections), reproduction, acupuncture, neonatal medicine and preventative medicine

In her continued quest for giving back to the profession and community, Dr. McCoy continues to mentor pre-vet/veterinary students from different colleges, with a special appreciation to Prairie View A&M students both former and new, as well as hosting low-cost vaccination clinics whenever possible.

When she’s away from the rigors of practicing vet med, Dr. McCoy enjoys horseback riding, fishing, travelling, beach-bumming, baking, sharing gut-busting laughs with family and friends and just simply spending quality time with her 4 horses (Titan, Drake, JazzMan, and Crescendo) and her 2 dogs (Nevaeh and Rouxgar)

Paul Fields

From the age of 14 Paul had a love for equines. His summers were spent at camp where would only indulge in horse activities. He didn’t want to go hiking or swimming but simply ride as much as he could. Even during his four-year stint in the U.S. Navy, he would spend as much time as possible at the base stable where he enjoyed some down time with his horse when not on deployment.

After leaving the military, Paul worked as a Los Angeles police officer where again he found himself drawn to the department mounted unit where he was encouraged by friends to join the police and fire equestrian games. It was here that he developed a strong desire for more. After losing a shoe while competing in 1990, Paul met a local farrier who offered to teach him the craft. On his days off from law enforcement he would apprentice in this age-old tradition of farriery for the next three years.

After graduating from the Tucson School of Horse Shoeing and becoming certified, Paul would continue to shoe horses locally in California until moving to Texas in 2013 where he has established a successful farrier practice just outside of the Houston metro area. In addition to farrier services, Paul also provides equine dentistry to his clients as well and is certified through the equine dental practitioners of Katy, Texas and has been since 2014.

Paul holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science and continues to maintain his knowledge and skill set by networking with local veterinarians and farriers as well as attending various farrier conventions and conferences annually involving continuing education.

Dr. McCoy

Dr. Naree’ McCoy was born and raised in the famous MotorCity, Detroit, Michigan. From a very young age, she exhibited a sincere passion for animals and developed a very strong love for horses in general. In high school, she became a part of a 4H program, where she took lessons and was able to compete in equine showmanship, trail equitation, and more. During her college years, she saved up and bought her first horse, a 3yr Appendix Quarter Horse, she affectionately re-named Passion. She attended thee illustrious Tuskegee University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Animal, Poultry, and Veterinary Sciences in 2013. She decided to remain at Tuskegee and went on to obtain her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2017.

Soon after graduation, Dr. McCoy began working under the great and late, Dr. Wendell C. Baker (‘74 Tuskegee Vet Med grad) in Waller, Texas after she previously completed an externship with him back in 2016. Baker Veterinary Clinic is where she gained invaluable experience and friendships in the mixed animal field. After Dr. Baker’s passing in 2021, Dr. McCoy went on to start her own mixed animal practice, Golden Legacy Veterinary Clinic, serving former clients and surrounding areas of Houston, TX in hopes to continue on his legacy, all while starting her own. Although GLVC is currently mobile only, Dr. McCoy is determined to expand to a brick and mortar in the very near future—stay tuned.

Her current interests include: surgeries (especially canine c-sections), reproduction, acupuncture, neonatal medicine and preventative medicine

In her continued quest for giving back to the profession and community, Dr. McCoy continues to mentor pre-vet/veterinary students from different colleges, with a special appreciation to Prairie View A&M students both former and new, as well as hosting low-cost vaccination clinics whenever possible.

When she’s away from the rigors of practicing vet med, Dr. McCoy enjoys horseback riding, fishing, travelling, beach-bumming, baking, sharing gut-busting laughs with family and friends and just simply spending quality time with her 4 horses (Titan, Drake, JazzMan, and Crescendo) and her 2 dogs (Nevaeh and Rouxgar)

Paul Fields

From the age of 14 Paul had a love for equines. His summers were spent at camp where would only indulge in horse activities. He didn’t want to go hiking or swimming but simply ride as much as he could. Even during his four-year stint in the U.S. Navy, he would spend as much time as possible at the base stable where he enjoyed some down time with his horse when not on deployment.

After leaving the military, Paul worked as a Los Angeles police officer where again he found himself drawn to the department mounted unit where he was encouraged by friends to join the police and fire equestrian games. It was here that he developed a strong desire for more. After losing a shoe while competing in 1990, Paul met a local farrier who offered to teach him the craft. On his days off from law enforcement he would apprentice in this age-old tradition of farriery for the next three years.

After graduating from the Tucson School of Horse Shoeing and becoming certified, Paul would continue to shoe horses locally in California until moving to Texas in 2013 where he has established a successful farrier practice just outside of the Houston metro area. In addition to farrier services, Paul also provides equine dentistry to his clients as well and is certified through the equine dental practitioners of Katy, Texas and has been since 2014.

Paul holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science and continues to maintain his knowledge and skill set by networking with local veterinarians and farriers as well as attending various farrier conventions and conferences annually involving continuing education.

Dr. McCoy

Dr. Naree’ McCoy was born and raised in the famous MotorCity, Detroit, Michigan. From a very young age, she exhibited a sincere passion for animals and developed a very strong love for horses in general. In high school, she became a part of a 4H program, where she took lessons and was able to compete in equine showmanship, trail equitation, and more. During her college years, she saved up and bought her first horse, a 3yr Appendix Quarter Horse, she affectionately re-named Passion. She attended thee illustrious Tuskegee University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Animal, Poultry, and Veterinary Sciences in 2013. She decided to remain at Tuskegee and went on to obtain her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2017.

Soon after graduation, Dr. McCoy began working under the great and late, Dr. Wendell C. Baker (‘74 Tuskegee Vet Med grad) in Waller, Texas after she previously completed an externship with him back in 2016. Baker Veterinary Clinic is where she gained invaluable experience and friendships in the mixed animal field. After Dr. Baker’s passing in 2021, Dr. McCoy went on to start her own mixed animal practice, Golden Legacy Veterinary Clinic, serving former clients and surrounding areas of Houston, TX in hopes to continue on his legacy, all while starting her own. Although GLVC is currently mobile only, Dr. McCoy is determined to expand to a brick and mortar in the very near future—stay tuned.

Her current interests include: surgeries (especially canine c-sections), reproduction, acupuncture, neonatal medicine and preventative medicine

In her continued quest for giving back to the profession and community, Dr. McCoy continues to mentor pre-vet/veterinary students from different colleges, with a special appreciation to Prairie View A&M students both former and new, as well as hosting low-cost vaccination clinics whenever possible.

When she’s away from the rigors of practicing vet med, Dr. McCoy enjoys horseback riding, fishing, travelling, beach-bumming, baking, sharing gut-busting laughs with family and friends and just simply spending quality time with her 4 horses (Titan, Drake, JazzMan, and Crescendo) and her 2 dogs (Nevaeh and Rouxgar)

Paul Fields

From the age of 14 Paul had a love for equines. His summers were spent at camp where would only indulge in horse activities. He didn’t want to go hiking or swimming but simply ride as much as he could. Even during his four-year stint in the U.S. Navy, he would spend as much time as possible at the base stable where he enjoyed some down time with his horse when not on deployment.

After leaving the military, Paul worked as a Los Angeles police officer where again he found himself drawn to the department mounted unit where he was encouraged by friends to join the police and fire equestrian games. It was here that he developed a strong desire for more. After losing a shoe while competing in 1990, Paul met a local farrier who offered to teach him the craft. On his days off from law enforcement he would apprentice in this age-old tradition of farriery for the next three years.

After graduating from the Tucson School of Horse Shoeing and becoming certified, Paul would continue to shoe horses locally in California until moving to Texas in 2013 where he has established a successful farrier practice just outside of the Houston metro area. In addition to farrier services, Paul also provides equine dentistry to his clients as well and is certified through the equine dental practitioners of Katy, Texas and has been since 2014.

Paul holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science and continues to maintain his knowledge and skill set by networking with local veterinarians and farriers as well as attending various farrier conventions and conferences annually involving continuing education.