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Wellness

Wellness

The proactive approach to veterinary care.

Preventative care is your pet’s first line of defense. Annual exams help by preventing, diagnosing and treating disease in its early stages, often before any noticeable symptoms begin. The earlier treatment starts, the more effective it is, keeping your pet from unnecessary pain and suffering.

Preventive Health Measures

Annual Veterinary Exams: Garden Oaks Veterinary Clinic’s comprehensive annual exams evaluate temperature, skin and coat, ear and hearing acuity, lung and chest, internal health, oral hygiene, eye, and visual responsiveness.

Vaccinations: Updated vaccinations and booster shots are a highly effective way to prevent many common diseases and infections like distemper, rabies, and parvo.

Dental Care: Oral health is an important part of your pet’s life; annual teeth cleanings are the best method to maintain and improve dental wellbeing.

Parasite Control: Prevention and eradication is a simple and efficient process when anti-parasitic medication is used regularly.

Skin and Coat Care: Grooming and washing are fundamental aspects of proper pet hygiene. Skin and hair health prevents mange, matting, bacterial infections and more.

Proper Nutrition: Proper nutrition supports all of your pet’s bodily processes, bolstering their immune system and ensuring normal development.

Behavioral Evaluation: Changes in mood or behavior are often symptoms of underlying medical conditions—identifying these shifts help to identify and treat the root cause.

Exercise: Regular workouts support skeletomuscular and cardiovascular health in dogs of all ages. Comprehensive annual exams evaluate temperature, skin and coat, ear and hearing acuity, lung and chest, internal health, oral hygiene, eye, and visual responsiveness.

Vaccines
Young animals are like children; it’s a never-ending job to keep them safe and happy. Vaccinations are the best weapon against many viral and bacterial infections, preventing deadly diseases like canine parvovirus and rabies. It’s important to administer vaccinations while your pets are still puppies or kittens when their young immune systems are still developing and need protection to stay healthy. Vaccinations are vital to pet health and should be administered to every animal.

Our veterinarian will help you with every step of the vaccination process, including:

  • Pet examination and introductory vaccinations
  • Necessary booster shots
  • Vaccine education

Keep your family member safe by scheduling their vaccinations today. arrive to take your pet home. We accept cash, credit card and CareCredit.

Please follow all post-operative instructions to ensure a full recovery.

When you arrive to pick up, a technician will meet with you to review any home-care instructions, including feeding instructions, medications, and any activity restrictions you will need to follow. This will be a great time for you to ask any questions you might have before taking your pet home. If your pet goes home with an e-collar, please be sure to keep the e-collar on at ALL times until the sutures are removed (10 days minimum) to avoid any repairs or delays in healing. Any medications, supplies (including e-collars) or repairs needed after your pet goes home will be an additional cost. We encouraged you to schedule any needed follow up visits when you pick up.

Garden Oaks Veterinary Clinic is conveniently located for many Houston, TX residents. We hope you’ll give our veterinary hospital the opportunity to shower your pets with the love and care they deserve!

LOCATION

3408 N. Shepherd Drive
Houston, Texas, 77018

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HOURS

Monday-Friday: 7:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 1:00pm
Sunday: Closed

CONTACT INFO

Phone: 713-659-0650
Fax: (713) 678-0805
Email: info@gardenoaksvet.com

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