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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The Importance of Blood Work for your Senior Pet

Having an older pet in your life is a wonderful thing.  All the work that has gone into training your younger pet pays off greatly when your pet ages into a more calm, seasoned adult. All dog breeds are considered to be approaching senior years when they reach about 7 years of age. Testing is important as your pet begins to age so that there is baseline information on file and changes throughout each year can be tracked and evaluated as your pet continues to grow older.  It is recommended that screening labs and bloodwork are updated once or twice each year.  This h..

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Does Your Pet Have Bad Breath?

Does your pet have bad breath? Unfortunately, most pets do and this is not normal. The foul odor you smell is caused by an infection in their mouth. The most common cause of infection in your pet’s mouth is periodontal disease, which affects over 75% of pets over 2 years of age. Dental disease can progress to a point where your pet may have pain, may stop eating, may lose teeth and, believe it or not, it can even lead to heart disease, kidney disease and liver disease. Call Longview Animal Hospital today to learn more about how you can help your pet. September is Dental Month with 15% off Dental Cleanings!