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When your four-legged friends are ill, it affects the entire family. That's why we make it our mission to provide your pets the finest in modern veterinary medicine so that they can return to health and get active again.
Our highly trained pet experts know how much you love your pets. Your furry friends bring love, affection, and joy to your family. That's why we make it our mission to treat your pets as if they were our own best friends.
We are a leader in veterinarian care and service by providing the Katy community with state of the art treatments, a compassionate and caring staff, and a full spectrum of services and advanced veterinary treatments.
Whether your pet is in need diagnostics such as radiology, cardiac and abdominal ultrasound, routine and advanced blood testing or services such as dermatology, dentistry, laser therapy or just a thorough health checkup and pet vaccinations- we're your one-stop pet care shop for your veterinary needs.
We love providing your pet with the best in compassionate veterinarian service. We support the local community in everything we do.
Whether you have only just begun to research what kind of pet is the best fit for your family or if you're interested in extending the life and health of your pet, our team of animal medicine professionals is here to help. We will provide you with a wide range of options, enabling you to make the best possible choices for your current or future four-legged friends and your family.
Cardiac and Abdominal Ultrasound, Digital Radiology, Laser Therapy, Surgery, Vaccinations, Pain Management, Nutritional Management, Wellness Care, Puppy and Kitten Check-ups, basic and advanced blood tests/screens, and much more!
Call or click today for more information, and find out why Circle B Veterinary Hospital, PLLC is Katy's number one animal hospital for the health and longevity of your furry family members.
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