Falcon Pass Animal Hospital

2409 Falcon Pass Drive
Houston, TX 77062



Falcon Pass Animal Hospital - Our Doctors


Ekaterina Borovik, DVM, Falcon Pass Animal Hospital in Clear Lake Houston

Ekaterina Borovik, DVM

Dr. Borovik had taken a long journey to get to the place of her dreams, Falcon Pass Animal Hospital. Born and raised in Moscow, Russia, after graduating with MS degree in Biotechnology, she packed her clothes, got on a plane, and headed to Houston to become a research assistant at Baylor College of Medicine.

The dream of becoming a Veterinarian was constantly on her mind, and in the fall of 2001 everything fell in place: the letter form Cumming's School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University arrived in mail with its first words being "It's our pleasure to inform you, that..". She was accepted to a veterinary school! After four incredibly hard, sleepless, fun-filled years she found herself at a progressive veterinary practice just North of New York City. Practicing great quality veterinary medicine under mentorship of an excellent highly experienced veterinarian set a tone to the rest of her carrier. Two years later Borovik family moved to Clear Lake area of Houston where Dr. Borovik continued to practice and enhance her veterinary skills.

In her 10 years of being a practicing veterinarian, Dr. Borovik realized that she wanted to create an animal hospital that is rare to find. She wanted the atmosphere of the hospital make patients and employees feel at home. She envisioned this clinic to be modern and well-equipped, but offering affordable veterinary services at the same time. The foundation for this veterinary clinic of her dreams would be 3 things: Knowledge, Compassion, and Honesty. And she strongly believes, that Falcon Pass Animal Hospital is just that, a cozy little animal clinic with variety of high quality affordable services, providing outstanding honest patient care, employing latest advances of veterinary medicine  - all that for residents of communities of Clear Lake area of Houston.

Dr. Borovik is a member of American Veterinary Medical Association,  Texas Veterinary Medical  Association, and Harris County Veterinary Medical Association. She loves travelling, baking, sewing, and just hanging out with her family.

Kimberly Sunderland, DVM, Falcon Pass Animal Hospital in Clear Lake Houston

Kimberly Sunderland, DVM

Dr. Kimberly Sunderland is a 2011 graduate from the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine, and has been in Houston ever since.

Dr. Sunderland cares for a Labrador cross named Zelda and a Miniature Poodle named Navi as well as a cat named Midna. She demonstrates her dedication to the community by volunteering at Meals on Wheels and taking her dogs on dog therapy visits to local schools and other institutions. She also works at the local veterinary emergency clinic part time.

In her spare time she enjoys reading, playing games, knitting, walking dogs, and is a member of the local bridge club. Dr. Sunderland’s favorite part of veterinary medicine is being able to help her patients through tough times and building relationships with both patients and clients. Her focus is on medicine, surgery, and dentistry.

Helene Norton, DVM, Falcon Pass Animal Hospital in Clear Lake Houston

Helene Norton, DVM

Dr. Helene Norton grew up in Southern California and received her Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science in 2012 from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, a small town in Central Coast California. Loving adventure and traveling, she then attended veterinary school at Ross University in St Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean, followed by a year of clinical rotations at the Louisiana State University Animal Teaching Hospital.

After receiving her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2015, she moved back to Central Coast California to work as a veterinarian in an emergency animal clinic. In January 2017, she moved to Houston following her husband's new job at NASA.

Dr. Norton settled immediately in the Texan way of life and became a member of the Houston Rodeo and Livestock Show Veterinary Committee, which is involved in testing livestock for performance enhancing substances and antibiotics that could potentially be detrimental to human health. She is especially interested in soft tissue surgery, dentistry, emergency, and preventative medicine.

She lives with her husband, two sons, and their two dogs Zoe and Arya. Zoe was rescued off the streets of the Caribbean Island of St Kitts as a young puppy. Although she is a mutt, we like to call her a “coconut retriever”. Arya is a German Shepherd who loves to show off her tricks and needs lots of love and attention. In her free time, Dr. Norton enjoys hiking, camping, traveling, and spending time with family.