We know that happy pets are healthy pets, and when they’re happy, you’re happy. Our veterinary services are designed to optimize your pet’s health and well-being and give you peace of mind. You will benefit from a team of professionals who know you and your pet personally and go above and beyond to make both of you smile.
Katy Veterinarian | Old Town Animal Hospital | 281-392-8387
1750 Avenue D
Katy, TX 77493
Amazing staff full of love and passion for their patients. Detail oriented and very thorough with instructions for care of your pet. Dr follows up to check on the progress your animal is making towards recovery. From treating our guinea pig to our dog they showed nothing but the utmost care and commitment to their patients.
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Old Town Animal Hospital offers small animal veterinary medicine of the highest caliber.
Veterinary Leadership: Our goal is to stay abreast of veterinary medicine's latest techniques and procedures. Therefore, your pet will receive the quality of service and treatment you expect from a leader. Our clinic implements new treatment methods and the latest equipment as new developments in veterinary medicine occur.
Supporting Each Pet Through Teamwork: We make it our responsibility to know you and your pet. Everyone from our front desk staff, to our doctors and technicians, works closely together with you to ensure that the course of treatment we recommend for your pet is tailored to meet your pet's unique needs and challenges. Every member of our team is committed to your pet's health and well-being.
Healthy Pets Mean Happy Owners: Our highest priority is satisfied customers. You are important to us and you can expect us to go the extra mile for your pet's health. We are proud to serve you and will work hard to continually earn your trust.
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