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There’s nothing old about the longest running veterinary clinic in Longview! Our state-of-the-art equipment is a perfect fit for our newly remodeled building. Our compassionate, experienced team gets complimented quite often as the most friendly in town, evidenced by the fact that we were voted as one of the top two veterinary clinics in East Texas! Our clients love us for always taking the time to address all of their needs and questions without being in a hurry or breaking the bank. So whether your furry friend isn’t feeling well, needs a check-up and vaccines, or just a place to stay for a few days while you’re out of town, come see us. We’ll make sure you and your pet leave happy!

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Holiday Hours:
Thursday, December 22 – Open until 5:30pm
Friday December 23 – CLOSED
Monday, December 26 – CLOSED
Monday, January 2 – CLOSED

 

New Patients Welcome!

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Hours

Mon, Tues, Fri 7:30 am - 12:30 pm
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Wednesday 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
2:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Thursday: 7:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Why it is Important to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Bringing a new puppy or kitten into your home is such an exciting, joyful occasion. There are many decisions awaiting the owners of a new puppy or kitten. One of those is the decision as to whether to spay (females) or neuter (males) your new fur baby. Unless you plan on breeding your new addition, it is highly recommended to perform this procedure. Your loved one will live a longer, healthier life if you make the decision to spay or neuter. In addition, you will be making the responsible decision to make sure more unwanted pets do not become a burden on society. Healt..

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Pet Education

Vaccinate Those Pups and Kittens!

We see way too many cases of parvo and other diseases that are easily preventable! Start your new pets on vaccines between 6-8 weeks of age to keep them protected!