Even pets that brush their teeth twice daily are prone to health issues—that’s where Friendship Pet Hospital and Wellness Center steps in. The caring staff at this AAHA-certified clinic helps keep furry companions in peak physical shape with comprehensive checkups. Veterinarians inspect teeth to root out dental disease and administer vaccinations to prevent common maladies in cats and dogs. A focus on breed-specific healthcare helps vets stay aware of which ailments most commonly afflict which pets, saving the trouble of testing Sphynx cats for hair loss. As pets visit with the doctors, complimentary cookies and beverages keep owners satiated.
The Doggie sPaw's professional groomers pretty up the coats and paws of man's best friends with high-quality products, helping them prance back into the world looking sharp without need for the gowns and tuxes they wear to playdates. Besides standard grooming services, such as baths, haircuts, and nail trimmings, groomers in the boutique pet spa can treat furry friends to more creative forms of expression, including hair coloring, teeth brushing, and toenail painting.
All the staff members at Benson and Maggie's Pet Sitting are pet owners themselves, so they know that animals need both competent care and affection. Since 2008, they've provided both to clients' dogs, cats, and other pets. Their services range from quick 30-minute walks to extended in-home pet sitting, and they record all activities in a log for pet owners to review afterward. They also handle house-sitting tasks such as pool care, plant care, and collecting newspapers and mail.
Austin Highway Animal Hospital has tended to quadrupedal companions since the 1950s, and currently rallies a licensed veterinary and support staff for comprehensive pet exams. Patrons can lounge with their dog or cat in the hospital's lobby, which entertains dwellers with a television broadcasting Animal Planet programs and a soap opera with an all-chew-toy cast. Furry companions then head to species-specific exam rooms, with spacious surroundings for pooches and a serene, quiet setting for felines.
The pet-whispering, expertly-trained staff at Leon Springs Animal Hospital pampers four-legged patrons with high-quality boarding and grooming services. Artful groomer Liliana uses her deft hand-shearing and hand-scissoring know-how to transform unkempt pawed pals into debonair foot warmers with a multifarious menu of beautifying services. Bath prices vary by breed ($25+ for dogs, $45 for short-haired cats, $50 for long-haired cats) and include a thorough scrubbing, nail trim, ear de-gunking, anal-gland expression, brush, and diva-worthy blow-out.