Arbor Animal Clinic, which opened in 1990, is an Austin Metro provider of veterinary health care services, including surgeries, dental care, and internal medicine. Dr. Mark Hartwell, a 1983 graduate of Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine, is the clinic’s founder and its owner. Dr. Hartwell is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. Since 2003, he has served as Arbor Animal Clinic’s Medical Director.
Austin, TX(512) 794-1040
Austin Vet Care @ Metric gives medical care to pets living in the Austin Metro region. Doctors Jon Brandes, DVM and Tracy Karlinger-Smith, DVM both received their Doctorates of Veterinary Medicine from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Notably, Austin Vet Care @ Metric is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Austin, TX(512) 549-4224
Bee Cave Veterinary Clinic, located in Bee Cave, is the private veterinary medical practice of Dr. Richard Reinap and Dr. Sierra Arambula. The doctors can give health care services to companion animals from Austin and other nearby cities. Urgent and emergency services are available. In addition to cats and dogs, the office accepts pocket pets, reptilian and avian patients, and small farm animals.
Bee Cave, TX(512) 263-9029
BEEVET Animal Hospital, an animal clinic based in Austin, provides veterinary care options to families in the city and the surrounding areas. The staff is qualified to implant microchips, train puppies, groom, and perform acupuncture therapy, intended to alleviate chronic conditions. BEEVET Animal Hospital is a member of the American Animal Hospital Association, an organization of animal hospitals nationwide that submit to frequent inspections for compliance with ethical and quality standards.
Austin, TX(512) 263-9292
Best Vet is an Austin clinic owned and led by veterinary doctor Dr. Robert Hardy, who received his DVM from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Before entering into private practice, Dr. Hardy practiced at West Lynn Veterinary Clinic, Windsor Park Veterinary Hospital, Balcones Woods Veterinary Clinic, Wells Branch Pet and Bird, and Texas Aid to Animals. Overall, Dr. Hardy has more than two decades of experience as a practicing veterinarian.
Austin, TX(512) 336-9663
West Lynn Veterinary Clinic is an Austin pet hospital performing an array of veterinary medical treatments, from wellness checks to advanced surgeries. Care options include orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries, dentistry, internal medicine, neurology, radiology, urology, pain management, and cytology. Pet counseling professionals can work with pets and their owners to improve nutrition and/or to address behavioral issues.
Austin, TX(512) 442-1496
As the owner and operator of Doctor Bendall's Veterinary Housecall Practice, Dr. Matt Bendall gives diagnoses, vaccinations, behavioral counseling, and gentle euthanasia to Austin families’ dogs and cats. The mobile animal care clinic, which Dr. Bendall founded in 2010, has an online appointment system through which pet owners can schedule house calls. Hours of availability are Monday through Thursday from 9am-6pm.
Austin, TX(512) 901-9100
Families in the Austin Metro area seeking pet medical services can turn to Firehouse Animal Health Center. Dr. John Faught, DVM, a graduate of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine, founded the firm in 2010. He serves as the clinic’s Medical Director. With his colleague Stacy Nipper Mozisek, also a graduate of A&M’s veterinary doctoral program, Dr. Faught practices veterinary medicine and dentistry.
Austin, TX(512) 765-9009
Part animal hospital, part kennel, Four Paws @ Four Points Veterinary Hospital has been treating Austin-area pets since 2001. Martha Kleypas, Lisa Okonsky, and Dawn James areDoctors of Veterinary Medicine whose services include routine physical checkups, urinalysis, blood pressure checks, and nutritional and dietary counseling. All three are members of the Capital Area Veterinary Medical Association.
Austin, TX(512) 258-7447
Manchaca Road Animal Hospital, founded in Austin in 1974, treats pets from the city and the surrounding areas who need preventive or emergency health care. Dr. T.F. Martin, DVM, the clinic’s founder, works with his younger colleagues Anne M. Walker, DVM, and Joanah Rojo, DVM to diagnose, treat, and prevent a bevy of animal illnesses and issues.
Austin, TX(512) 442-6744
At Manchaca Village Veterinary Care, five veterinary doctors provide Austin Metro area pets with dental care, diagnostic tests, vaccinations, surgeries, and pain management. The veterinarians at Manchaca Village Veterinary Care are members of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Austin, TX(512) 838-2273
North Austin Animal Hospital is a clinic that treats the Silicon Hills’ dogs, cats, aquatic pets, exotic animals, and birds. Services range from internal medicine and soft tissue surgeries to alternative care options such as acupuncture, herbal therapies, and stem cell therapy. At the head of North Austin Animal Hospital is Chief of Staff Dr. Chad Harris, DVM. Dr. Harris is the Director-at-Large of the World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association.
Austin, TX(512) 459-7676
At South Park Animal Hospital, an Austin Metro animal hospital, a team of veterinary doctors and assistants works to diagnose and treat animals’ medical issues. Dental, oncological, ophthalmological, and dermatological procedures are available. The veterinary doctors at South Park Animal Hospital are members of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Capital Area Veterinary Medical Association. Furthermore, Dr. Julie Liu, DVM and Dr. Laurie Dulaney, DVM are members of the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
Austin, TX(512) 386-1065
Star of Texas Veterinary Hospital, a veterinary clinic based in Austin, helps families whose canine and feline family members need emergency, surgical, or preventive medical care. Doctors John Samon and Christine McCoy are members of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Additionally, Dr. Samon is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), which has given the Star of Texas Veterinary Hospital Gold Certification as a Cat-Friendly Practice.
Austin, TX(512) 270-7608
The Animal Hospital at Steiner Ranch is the private veterinary practice of Dr. Tamera Cole, DVM. The clinic provides routine wellness checks as well as urgent and emergency care to the Silicon Hills’ animal residents. While she was a student at the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Cole received the institution’s Joseph F. Ford Fellowship Award for Veterinary Research. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Society for Animal Behavior.
Austin, TX(512) 900-2728
Thrive Affordable Vet Care is an Austin animal clinic aiming to provide local pet owners with affordable access to spaying, neutering, vaccinations, deworming, and other common veterinary care procedures. The clinic’s marquee offering is its $10 routine medical exam. Thrive Affordable Vet Care has an additional location in Round Rock and two in Houston.
Austin, TX(512) 270-7555
Veterinary Surgical Solutions has been diagnosing and treating Austin-area pets for more than a dozen years. The clinic, owned and managed by Dr. Kirk Lewis, exclusively provides surgical veterinary care. In most cases, pet owners visiting Veterinary Surgical Solutions will have been referred to the practice by their companion animal’s primary care veterinarian. This surgery-only business model means that Dr. Lewis and his colleagues can more affordably perform advanced veterinary surgeries.
Austin, TX(512) 428-6167
West Lynn Veterinary Clinic, in Austin, provides healthcare services to pets from the city and the surrounding areas. Dr. Debbie Faludi, Dr. Angie Whitworth, and Dr. Sarah Crawford can perform health exams and routine preventive procedures such as vaccinations. Geriatric pet care is available for elderly dogs and cats, as are medications, vaccinations, and surgical treatments for puppies and kittens.
Austin, TX(512) 482-8600
The veterinary team at Westlake Animal Hospital provides assistance to the Austin Metro’s canine and feline family members. Veterinary doctors at Westlake Animal Hospital are qualified and experienced in diagnostics, dental care, nutritional counseling, and an array of small animal surgical procedures. The Westlake Animal Hospital also offers pet boarding and grooming.
Austin, TX(512) 237-7724
Whole Pet Mobile Vet is an Austin holistic pet care provider that offers at-home care to households in the Austin Metro region. Dr. Erin May combines contemporary science-based techniques with acupuncture therapy to treat a range of canine and feline health issues, particularly musculoskeletal, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and reproductive problems.
Austin, TX(512) 861-8613