Advanced Care Veterinary Services in Lewisville, Texas serves the Fort Worth area and provides unique veterinary services to help animals dealing with pain including physical therapy, acupuncture, stem cell therapy, shock wave therapy, orthotics, prosthetics, and laser treatments. Veterinarian Dr. Douglas Stramel is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association, International Veterinary Academy of Pain Medicine (IVAPM), and International Association for the Study of Pain and American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.
Lewisville, TX(214) 488-8500
Animal Hospital Southwest, based in Fort Worth, uses the latest diagnostic procedures such as laser surgery, otoscopy, and digital radiography, to diagnose and treat its clients’ pets. The vets of Animal Hospital Southwest attend 50 hours of continuing education each year to ensure that they are informed of the newest and most up to date procedure. Animal Hospital Southwest provides free wellness exams to Humane Society and Fort Worth Animal Control adoptions and is familiar with challenging cases thanks to caring for ownerless rehab cases from Forth Worth Animal Care and Control and homeless strays.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 292-8655
Animal Medical Center of Plano is a full-service small animal veterinary hospital, striving to improve the condition of pets needing emergency, critical, and preventative care. Dr. James Sharp leads a team of three other veterinarians and three veterinary technicians to provide high-quality care for each pet. Animal Medical Center of Plano is proud to be one of 12 percent of veterinary hospitals nationwide to meet the highly stringent accreditation requirements of the American Animal Hospital Association.
Plano, TX(972) 985-8448
Arlington Heights Animal Hospital is a full-service, small animal veterinary hospital providing comprehensive medical, surgical and dental care. Arlington Heights provides many diagnostic procedures in-house and works closely with other local practices when special diagnostic procedures are required. Arlington Heights was the 2013 Star-Telegram Reader’s Choice Award winner, was nominated in 2014 for the Petplan Veterinary Awards, and was the Reader’s Choice award winner for Best Boarder in FWTX Magazine.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 735-1381
Central Animal Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas offers a variety of services to care for your pet. For over 20 years, Central Animal Hospital has provided services including exams and consultations, nutritional counseling, surgery, vaccinations, microchipping, preventative medicine, diagnostics, and pharmacy. Clients praise veterinarian Dr. Hultman for her kindness and gentleness. Clients may schedule appointments online for their convenience.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 332-3518
Cityview Animal Hospital serves Dallas, Fort Worth, Metroplex and the surrounding areas. Bathing, grooming, boarding, and microchipping are all available. Cityview Animal Hospital provides home delivery of pet medications and nutritional products. Cityview is in the 12% of veterinary practices in North America hold the "AAHA-accredited" designation.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 294-7733
Harris Parkway Animal Hospital serves the Fort Worth, Texas area. Harris Parkway Animal Hospital prioritizes wellness, medical care, surgery, dentistry and each pet’s special needs. Harris Parkway Animal Hospital is certified by the American Animal Hospital Association. Harris Parkway vet Dr. Richard Young has earned a specialty certification from the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) in the care of dogs and cats. He is also a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist (CCRT). Microchipping and an online “pet portal” to help you monitor your pet’s health are available.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 294-8007
I-20 Animal Hospital is a 24 hour full-service veterinary medical facility located in Hudson Oaks, TX. I-20 Animal Hospital provides routine pet health care as well as emergency and critical care. I-20 Animal Hospital has doctors and staff on duty around-the-clock and can diagnose, treat, and care for most any condition, day or night. To provide around-the-clock emergency and critical care I-20 Animal Hospital are open 24 hours daily including holidays, but clients can also request appointments online for routine visits.
Hudson Oaks, TX(817) 341-3331
Mellina Animal Hospital has served Fort Worth and the surrounding areas for more than fifteen years. The team includes veterinarians Dr. J. Scott Mellina and Dr. Nichole Randolph. In addition to routine pet exams, Mellina Animal Hospital also provides emergency services, boarding, ultrasounds, and grooming services. Clients can request appointments online, but walk-ins are also accepted.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 332-8179
Ridglea Animal Hospital has been serving the Fort Worth area for nearly sixty years. Ridglea Animal Hospital is devoted to wellness and preventative healthcare for each pet, even offering free exams for new puppies and kittens to ensure that these pets get off to a healthy start. In addition to exams, Ridglea provides boarding and daycare services, grooming, pharmacy, and basic surgeries. Ridglea Animal Hospital promotes health care, responsible pet ownership, and health-related educational opportunities for its clients.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 738-2186
South Meadow Animal Clinic serves Fort Worth, TX and the surrounding communities. In addition to pet exams, South Meadow Animal Clinic provides several other services including boarding, cold laser therapy, dentistry, ear cropping, emergency services, nutritional counseling, grooming, house calls, lab testing, orthopedics, pet day spa, preventative care, and surgery. Walk-ins are accepted.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 370-5566
Southside Veterinary Clinic provides veterinary care for all kinds of pets for Fort Worth, TX and the surrounding areas. Southside Veterinary Clinic is not an appointment-based clinic but instead is a walk in, first come, first served clinic. However, Southside will make appointments for certain procedures, baths, and surgeries. Clients can request an appointment online. House calls are also available.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 923-6719
St. Francis Veterinary Clinic serves the west side of Fort Worth and surrounding communities near the Chisholm Trail corridor. St. Francis offers complete veterinary services including wellness care, outpatient medical services, limited hospitalization for sick pets, and daycare and medical boarding for your family vacation. Their veterinarians are focused on the individual evaluation of your pet with specific focus on the prevention, early detection, and high quality health care.
Fort Worth, TX(682) 703-2239
Open 7 days a week, the Pet Hospital of Granbury serves the Ft. Worth area. The Pet Hospital of Granbury is AAHA accredited and its vets have over 70 years of combined experience. In addition to routine veterinary appointments and services, boarding and pharmacy services area also available. The Pet Hospital of Granbury is also an American Association of Feline Practitioners “cat-friendly” practice.
Granbury, TX(817) 573-5003
Town & Country Veterinarians, located in River Oaks, Texas, is a full-service small animal veterinary clinic serving the Fort Worth area. It has long served the pets of this community having been first established in the early sixties. Dr. Derrick Nelson has been the vet on staff since 2011. Clients can schedule appointments and access their pets’ medical records online.
River Oaks, TX(817) 377-3981
University Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary practice treating dogs and cats in the TCU area of Fort Worth. The veterinarians of University Animal Hospital are Dr. John Minnerly, Dr. Kim Wise, and Dr. Clare Williamson. University Animal Hospital uses modern equipment and techniques including digital radiography, cold laser therapy, and in-house blood chemistry analyzation to care for pets and also has a certified pet massage therapist on staff.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 921-5429
Veterinary Referral & Emergency Hospital of Arlington provides emergency pet care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Services provided include blood and plasma transfusions, digital x-rays and ultrasounds, heart monitoring, and emergency surgeries. The emergency exam fee is $75. The veterinary clinic provides a variety of physical therapy and rehabilitation services including weight loss and management, aquatic therapy, and therapeutic stimulation of nerves and muscles. Veterinary Referral & Emergency Hospital of Arlington will also set up a home care program for clients and their pets.
Arlington, TX(817) 473-8628
Watauga Animal Hospital, based in Watauga, Texas and serving the Fort Worth area, is the home of vet Dr. My Tran. Dr. Tran graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2012 and began working as a relief veterinarian before bringing her expertise to Watauga Animal Hospital in 2013. In addition to pet exams, Watauga Animal Hospital also offers boarding services. Watauga strives to provide a caring environment with appropriate-sized kennels, meals, interaction, and activities.
Watauga, TX(817) 427-1141
West Creek Animal Clinic is based in Fort Worth, Texas and serves the surrounding areas. Services include anesthesia, bathing, dentistry, diagnostics, electrocardiography, emergency care, grooming, flea control, internal medicine, laboratory services, microchipping, nutritional counseling, radiology, and surgery. West Creek Animal Clinic is in the 12% of veterinary practices nationwide that has earned AAHA accreditation. West Creek Animal Clinic is accepting new patients, and clients can request appointments online.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 294-0390
Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital’s motto is “Striving to promote healthy pets through highly educated owners.” Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital has served the Fort Worth Keller community since 2007. Woodland Springs strives to provide each pet with high-quality medical care, to create a supportive and caring environment, and to promote education and awareness among pet owners.
Fort Worth, TX(817) 431-3735