- Cara Albertson5starEric and his team are simply wonderful!
!!! We always receive top notch care and a level of service that goes far beyond... any other vet clinic we have ever used. We are long standing clients with a multi dog household. Eric has seen us through the joys and challenges of puppyhood and he helped guide and comfort us in times of sorrow. High quality, timely, convenient , caring service. Everything we could possibly ask for and more. Look no further - this is your vet!!!!
- Randy Stringer5starWords cannot express how amazing Dr.Winston
and his team are here. I was introduced to Eric by the late Lee Mannix years... ago and through this time together I can honestly call him one of my best friends. Village Vet is more than just a care facility to me and my family it is like home. We love all do for us! Constantly going out of your way for us and doing what God made you to do, giving love and care to all pets that see you. Thank you Village Vet!!
Take your cat to the vet day
Cats may be low-maintenance pets compared to dogs, but they still need routine veterinary care to stay healthy! Today is National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day, a reminder to all cat owners to schedule their feline friends' annual wellness exams.
Call 512-263-2229 to schedule an appointment!
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National Check the Chip Day
Pets are more likely to become lost in the summer since they spend more time outside and in unfamiliar areas. Today is National Check the Chip Day, your reminder to verify that your pets microchip is updated with your current contact information. Microchips can't reunite lost pets with their owners when the data is incorrect!
Finally some justice!
Today is National Mutt Day! The day was started to foster love and encourage adoption of mixed-breed dogs, as most dogs euthanized in shelters are mutts. Puppy love is always strong, whether it comes from a purebred pup or a mutt. Next time you're looking to adopt, consider a mixed-breed dog!
Show us a pic of your favorite mixed breed and share the love!
We thought we'd drop some knowledge on y'all so you can impress your friends at your next cocktail party!
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Here at Village Veterinary Hospital we think we have the cutest patients in town! Post a picture of your furry family member on our page if you agree!
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As we enter the Dog-days of summer😉 we kindly remind you to consider your furry friends changing needs to keep those happy tails wagging. Check out this link below from our friends at the SPCA with a list of hot weather considerations
There are now confirmed cases of canine Influenza in the area. The highest risk pups are those that frequent places with higher concentrations of dogs such as dog parks, grooming salons, kennels and daycares. Pets visiting these places should be current on their Influenza and Bordetella vaccinations. To help better protect your furry family members Call us at 512-263-2229 to schedule an appointment for your pets Influenza and/or Bordetella vaccination!
Symptoms of Canine Influenza include high fever, loss of appetite, coughing, nasal discharge and lethargy. If your pet exhibits any of these signs please call and set up an appointment to have one of our qualified Dr.s assess your pet
Please join us in welcoming our new Associate Veterinarian Dr. Chloe King!
Dr King will be here to serve your pets needs on Mondays and Fridays. Call now to schedule an appointment with Dr King or just stop by to say hello to our newest team member!