The veterinarians and veterinary techs at Texas Coalition for Animal Protection are local pets’ allies. With services that cover neutering, spaying, dental hygiene, and vaccinations, they promote fur-covered family members’ good health and wellbeing. And the professional team of caregivers makes it easy to get pets healthy by offering most preventive medical work all in one place.
We are an Animal Hospital In SW Fort Worth we have been in business for 40 years. Our Doctors and Staff care for your pets as though they were ours.We are a small animal practice dogs,cats,pocket pets & birds.We have the latest tools available for your pets health and wellness.
A lurcher-greyhound mix named Oscar, A-Animal's resident dog, ambles around the office as milling technicians, groomers, and four vets consult with visiting canines. Dogs can study wall-mounted Texas A&M University degrees as animal doctors pore over their furry hides in routine checkups or perform surgery. After frolicking in the sunlight, overnight guests and day campers can roll around their own 60-square-foot dog run. Customers can check on their pup with A-Animal Clinic and Boarding Kennel's webcam, watching as meticulously groomed, cane-twirling dogs emerge from the clinic's salon and spa to visit one of two outdoor playing areas.
Signature service: Dog and cat boarding
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Pro Tip: We treat each of your pets as if they are our own when staying with us.
Owned by Dr. Winter Trussell since June of 2003, Heritage Veterinary Hospital provides all veterinary medical needs for your dog, cat, ferret, rabbit or rodent.
Our skilled and experienced staff strive to provide an unparalleled standard of care for your pet and outstanding customer serivce.
At Pet Vet Animal Hospital, Dr. Lonnie D. Moore cares for his furry patients with a wealth of certifications and experiences, such as a doctorate of veterinary medicine from Oklahoma State University and 39 years of professional practice at his neighborhood vet clinic. A devoted family man and a pet owner himself, Dr. Moore tends to his patients with a caring hand, treating dogs and cats to necessary checkups, shots, and operations to ensure long-term health. He also performs microchip insertions that negate the need to tie nametags to dogs' necks or teach cats to meow their addresses. The doctor heals injured pooches and guards against common pet ailments, and resident pet groomer LaDina Raley primps, preens, and cleans four-legged friends with 24 years of experience.