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Our Veterans Memorial Drive Animal Hospital in Houston, TX wants to hear from you. We welcome all questions about our services, and we are happy to discuss with you an appointment time that is convenient for you.
Our Houston animal clinic offers examinations to evaluate your pet’s current condition. Then, we provide you with hydration, nutrition, and exercise tips to preserve your animal’s well-being. In addition, we administer disease vaccinations and offer safeguards against ticks, fleas, heartworms, mites, and other parasites. Veterans Memorial Drive Animal Hospital will also take care of your animal’s teeth. In addition, we install microchips to prevent loss and perform spaying or neutering procedures.
We provide a well-rounded approach to keeping your pet healthy. For instance, we often use acupuncture in the treatment of arthritis, cancer, limb injuries, and organ failure or seizures. Additional adjustments often are made using a variety of chiropractic techniques for realigning bones and joints.
Cold laser therapy also helps a pet’s joints to work the way they should, and it also corrects many nerve, tendon, or ligament problems. Unique to most veterinary hospitals, we also use stem cell therapy, which is the removal of fat cells from the shoulder blade or abdomen and preparing the cells for injection. SCT is often used to treat bone or joint conditions such as hip dysplasia or osteoarthritis.
In addition to performing a complete wellness exam, your Houston animal hospital also treats allergies and ear infections. This helps you keep your pet healthy in spite of unfavorable reactions to pollen or foods. We also can stop the pain associated with infections caused by excessive bacteria, yeast, hair, or other substances found in the ear.
If your pet seems to be in pain, or you just want to schedule a routine wellness exam, contact us. You can call us at 281-440-4441 or stop at our Veterans Memorial Drive Animal Hospital in Houston, TX, to make an appointment.
12315 Veterans Memorial Dr
Houston, TX 77014
Email: Veterans Memorial Drive Animal Hospital