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What We Do

Spay/Neuter of healthy dogs and cats.

Wellness exams – healthy pet exams with focus on primary major organs only, with the goal of determining if a pet is healthy enough to receive vaccines.

Vaccines – dogs & cats.

Minimal preventative care blood tests (Heartworm test – dogs, FIV/FelV test – Cats) AMH test – blood test sent to a lab to screen for hormone levels if an animal is suspected of already being spayed/neutered.

Heartworm, flea, and tick prevention – only prescribed through our online pharmacy. (Depending upon which clinic location, some minimal heartworm, flea, tick medication products might be available at the clinic for purchase. Some of our clinics do not carry product; please visit the page for a specific location for more details).

First-line treatment of mild, acute skin, ear issues and eye discharge. (We can offer first-line treatment for conditions like fleas, ticks, mild acute localized skin infection, mild acute ear infection, mild conjunctivitis.) We keep a minimal number of medications for these conditions in stock.

Nail trims – An exam by a SNAP veterinarian within the past 12 months is required prior to a nail trim. A current Rabies vaccine record must be present.

Anal gland expression – An exam by a SNAP veterinarian within the past 12 months is required prior to anal gland expression. Record of current Rabies vaccine must be present.

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to high volume appointment requests, you may experience difficulties in scheduling an online appointment. If the wheel continues to spin as you are attempting to make an appointment, it’s an indication that our schedule is full. Please check again on Friday mornings when we open new appointments for the coming week. We appreciate your patience. ❤️

Potential Houston Clinic Closures: Due to the upcoming severe weather, there may be closures or changes in operating hours at our clinics. Please check our social media channels for real-time updates on clinic closures.