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Our new Preventive Medicine Program (PMP) - The best and most affordable way to keep your Best Friend HEALTHY! For a -one time ONLY- Registration Fee and Monthly Fee your pet will receive UNLIMITED office visits, all vaccinations, deworming, heart worm test, blood work, and spay/neuter or dental (where applicable). In addition, 5 to 20% discounts on most other Medical, Grooming and Pet Hotel services... It just makes sense!
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Best Care Animal Hospital offers professional veterinary care for all of your feline and canine pets. You can find everything from preventive medicine, routine and advance surgery, ear cropping-all breeds, digital radiology, and dentistry to boarding, grooming and pet supplies.
We can also handle life threatening pet emergencies, critical care needs, orthopedic and advanced soft tissue surgeries, and will make house calls.
Our bilingual doctor and staff strive to treat each patient and owner with the utmost respect and care. We understand how important your pets are to you and work to ensure they are healthy. If you are looking for the best care for your pet, a place to board, and / or to groom, give us a call!
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We are PennHIP certified. PennHIP is a hip improvement program. The most advance test to screen for hip dysplasia. It can identify - as early as 16 weeks - dogs that are susceptible to develop hip dysplasia.
Contact Best Care Animal Hospital today at 281-251-0893 to schedule an appointment, or browse our website for more information about our products and services.
At Best Care Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Eduardo Jimenez
Houston Veterinarian | Best Care Animal Hospital | 281-251-0893
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