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.
Different from the average pet-boarding facility, Paradise 4 Paws has a bone-shaped pool surrounded by more than 20,000 square feet of indoor play area, plush accommodations, and comfy boarding suites. Staff members roam the facility 24/7, playing with animals during the day, tucking them in at night, and performing à la carte services such as grooming, obedience training, health checkups, and canine massage therapy. Paradise 4 Paws has its own training academy, and its pet-care professionals have received pet-first-aid certification from the American Red Cross.
The pet-minded staff cares about pet owners, as well, granting access to the play area’s real-time webcams and offering airport parking and transportation.
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.
At Barney's Ranch, pups congregate in an 8,000-square-foot outdoor yard to chew toys and play under the supervision of loving staff. Throughout the day, dogs splash in small pools and get in shape the same way Lassie used to exercise: by rescuing each other from wells. At night, boarders settle into cageless corrals, where gentle music soothes them to sleep. Owners can monitor their pets from a distance by logging into the webcams that Barney's has set up in each of the ranch's four areas.
David Landers began his career as a veterinarian a decade ago, and over that time he has treated tropical birds, primates, large cats, and even the occasional zebra. Dr. Landers and his fellow veterinarian Dr. Ryan Caperton continue to care for such rare animals at their clinic, Valley View Pet Health Center. They perform comprehensive health and environment evaluations for everything from octopuses to chameleons to scorpions. That doesn’t stop them from applying their knowledge to any of mankind’s more common furry friends, though. They also capably care for dogs and housecats, giving them general health checkups and inoculating them with vaccines against rabies and animal cooties. They even run a boarding service for owners who want a vet on hand when they go out of town.