Lewisville TX Veterinarian Services | Pet Health | Veterinary Specialists | Pet Surgeons
We are proud to be staffed by fully qualified, dedicated, and compassionate veterinarians. We are all dedicated to giving your pet the very best medical care. Our hospital provides a full range of general medical and surgical veterinary services, as well as specialized treatments.
We encourage regular checkups using today’s most advanced technology to keep your pet healthy and happy, including radiology, diagnostic exams, nutritional and supplement supplies, dentistry exams and cleaning, vaccinations and more.
Whether you are taking in a new puppy or kitten and want to give your pet a good start on a healthy life, or want to keep your existing pet strong and hearty, we have the expertise and experience to perform consultations and examinations that help ensure your pet stays in good physical shape.
We invite you to come and visit us for a consultation and examination of your pet. We are located just off Interstate 35 E in Lewisville, Texas, on the east side of 35 E at 121 Degan Avenue, between Richland Street and Main Street, directly behind IHOP. (map)
We are open and ready to serve your pet’s needs Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to 12:00PM and 2:00PM to 6:00PM, and the FIRST and THIRD Saturday of each month by appointment. Our hours sometimes change due to holidays. Please call the office with any questions at 972-436-5571.
If you have an emergency over the weekend or a holiday and we are closed, please call the North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic at 972-323-1310.
Prevention and early detection of disease are just as important with our pets as they are with us. Vaccination, annual exams, dental care, and heatworm prevention are just a few of the examples of preventative care. Contact us for more information
Pet health through nutrition is important, but often overlooked. You can count on us to provide you with both the quality products and sound advice needed to keep your pet in healthy condition. Call us for details.
Spaying or neutering your dog or cat is an important decision. For pet owners, it can involve quite a dilemma. As animal lovers who value our pets, it is important to understand the impact of the decision in either direction.