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Cara Albertson
· July 27, 2017
Eric 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 mu...lti 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!!!! See More
Tanya Hauptfleisch Palmer
· September 15, 2017
Love working with Dr. King to do the best to keep our cats healthy. She really listens and knows her stuff. Thank you.
Randy Stringer
· April 9, 2016
Words 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 frien...ds. 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!! See More
Lesley Pohl Pogir
May 7, 2013
Everything! Need I say More?

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Discover what could be causing your pet to itch and scratch.

How do you decide if allergy shots or drops are better for your pet?

Which would you prefer? Giving your dog or cat an injection under the skin every few weeks, or giving a few pumps of liquid into the mouth twice a day? Read more.

Are your dog's allergies seasonal or food related?

Since many of the signs and symptoms of allergies in dogs are not unique to either type of allergy, treatment may require a bit of educated trial and error to pinpoint the exact cause of your dog’s allergy. However, here are some general guidelines to help dog owners understand the symptoms and tr...

It's National Dog Biscuit Day! Check out these ideas for homemade dog biscuits.

Made with fresh ingredients, these vet-approved dog treat recipes are so quick and easy that you'll want to make them all. Your dog will thank you.

Vaccines are an essential part of your pet's preventive care.

Your dog isn't the only one protected by vaccines: Mike Paul discusses core and non-core vaccinations.

Do you know what preventive care is and why it's crucial to your pet's health?

Spring is a busy time for veterinarians. For the large animal folks out there, spring means calving/lambing/foaling season (take a look at Dr.

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Does pop culture influence our pet choices? The answer may surprise you.

A study found a correlation between dogs in movie and that breed's subsequent popularity.

We're fully operational! Come see our new clinic at: 3500 R.R. 620 South Suite E-200
Bee Cave Texas 78738

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It might be easy to skip scheduling your pet's annual wellness examinations, but here's why it's important that you don't.

Veterinarians recommend regular wellness exams for the same reason your physician and dentist do: if you can detect a problem in its early stages...

It's National Pet Dental Health Month. Has your pet had a dental checkup lately?

Don't turn your nose to your pet's bad breath! That odor might signify a serious health risk, with the potential to damage your pet's teeth and overall health.

“Animals are such agreeable friends. They ask no questions, they pass no criticisms.”―George Eliot

Because good dental health means more than good breath!

Good dental health can prevent the spread of serious oral disease in your pets.

As we continue to celebrate 10 Years of unparalleled veterinary care we are so excited to announce that we are actively moving into our new facility as we speak. Our new address is:
3500 R.R. 620 South Suite E200 (Directly behind the new BON Japanese cuisine restaurant)
As a reminder we are offering a FREE FIRST EXAM ($48.00 value) for the first 20 new clients in the month of February!!!

We have 3 convenient was to schedule:...
1. Download the Petdesk app for free from the android app store/itunes enter us as your Clinic and request an appointment

2. Visit our website at and request an appointment

3. Call to set up an appointment at 512.263.2229

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