Animal Clinic of Grand Prairie

612 N. Belt Line Road
Grand Prairie, TX 75050


Dr. Mark Sheets : Veterinarian/Practice Owner    

1978 graduate of Purdue University.

He grew up with his 4 brothers and 5 sisters on a farm in Indiana where he developed a natural interest in animals.  Dr. Sheets has been at ACGP since January 1999.
He's practiced veterinary medicine in the Metroplex for 31 years. 

Prior to the purchase of Animal Clinic of Grand Prairie Dr. Sheets held the position of Hospital Director of a 15 Veterinarian, 45 lay personnel in a mixed general and specialty practice. Here he was involved with developing the first 24 hour-full service pet hospital in the state of Texas.

Dr. Sheets changed pace in 1999 when Dr. Bob Wilson retired from the practice here at Animal Clinic of Grand Prairie after 40 plus years.
His special interests are general and orthopedic surgery and cosmetic surgery.

He and his wife of 30 years, Kevyn Joe,  have 3 children, Parker, Tanner and MaryAlice.  He stays involved youth sports and having served as a Director for Irving Boys Baseball Association for 10 years and is a past board President of the Association.  He is currently serving on the City of Grand Prairie's Animal Advisory Board. He has served as the on call veterinarian for Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey traveling circus.

Dr.Sheets has been appointed as a trustee to Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation (TVMF). He is actively involved in the TVMF PALS program which has partnered up with Meals on Wheels to help homebound seniors get the medical care their pet needs. For more information on this program you can go to :


TVMF maintains an online pet portal to help owners stay connected and be able to receive timely information relative to meet the welfare needs of their companion animals. For more information on this program you can go to:


Dr.Elizabeth King : Veterinarian  

Dr.King graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. She started her first mobile practice in SW Oklahoma tending to all creatures great and small. She then expanded to a lease facility named Village West veterinary Clinic. After 10 years she sold the practice, briefly owned a small animal emergency clinic then moved to Texas in 1998.

One of the highlights of her career was the privilege of being a trail veterinarian during the Iditarod race in Alaska for the last 6 years. She currently does relief work for veterinarians in the DFW area and she considers it a blessing to be able to work at ACGP

Dr. Amy Hakert: Veterinarian