Longview Animal Hospital is pleased to announce that the practice is extending their Thursday hours for full day operations and is also opening up on two Saturday mornings each month, beginning in January.
“Many of our clients find it hard to schedule appointments during the work week and we’ve had requests for Saturday hours. We’re thrilled to be able to add our new Saturday hours for walk-ins and we know our clients are going to appreciate that extra convenience”, said Jill Foye, Practice Manager for Longview Animal Hospital.
The expanded hours on Thursdays began this past December (2017) and Saturday walk-in appointments started in January (2 Saturdays per month) from 8am to noon.
Longview Animal Hospital is one of the oldest continuously operating vet clinics in the area. The practice, originally named Longview Veterinary Hospital, was established in 1949 by Dr. Alec Sears. It has changed owners several times over its long history: Dr. Jack Clayton (Owner from about 1950-1954); Dr. Bob Terrell (Owner from 1954-1994); Dr. Christina Odum (Owner from 1994-2011).
In 2011, the practice was taken over by Dr. Brian Foye. Located at 2500 Estes Parkway, just south of the location where Estes divides and turns into High Street and Mobberly Avenue, the clinic offers updated state-of-the-art medical equipment and a full spectrum of Veterinary Services including diagnostics, surgeries, dental cleanings and extractions, vaccines and boarding. Learn more about Longview Animal Hospital at their website at https://www.longviewanimalhosp
NEW Saturday Hours for Walk-Ins:
First and third Saturday of each month from 8am to noon.