Located just minutes north of San Antonio in Spring Branch/Bulverde, we are a small animal hospital committed to providing the highest quality medicine and surgical services to companion pets.
At Spring Branch Veterinary Hospital, our mission is to help pets live longer, healthier lives while providing exceptional customer service.
Our doctors bring a vast array of knowledge and experience to Spring Branch Veterinary Hospital. They believe that a proactive approach leads to healthier, happier, and longer lives for pets.
We strive to gain and maintain confidence of those we come into contact with, both professionally and personally and to treat every client as though they were family and every pet as if they were our own. We are dedicated to provide exceptional customer service, and to improve our patients’ quality of life.
At Spring Branch Veterinary Hospital, we welcome our clients and their pets with compassion, comfort and care.
We are committed to serve and treat clients and their pets with the utmost sensitivity, compassion and care. We have a friendly and comforting atmosphere where both you and your pet will feel at home. From the moment you call for an appointment to the time you return home with your pet, we want your experience to be pleasant and worry free.
WELCOME TO SPRING BRANCH VETERINARY HOSPITAL. WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU AND YOUR PET.
CALL US OR CLICK ON THE “REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT” BUTTON FOR THE NEXT STEP IN LETTING US BECOME A PARTNER IN YOUR PETS’ HEALTHCARE NEEDS.
TIPS & NEWS
Categories: by Megan Hughes DVM / Disease Prevention / Holiday
The holiday season is upon us, and as you gear up for festivities it is important to remember to keep these tips in mind to make sure your furry family members stay safe. Be Careful with Seasonal Plants and Decorations – Avoid having any mistletoe, holly, poinsettias, or lilies near your pets. These plants […]
Categories: by Megan Hughes DVM / Holiday
Don’t Let Your Pet Feast on Thanksgiving – It’s tempting to want to treat your pet on Thanksgiving, however human food can make your pet sick. Fatty or spicy food, as well as bones, should not be fed to your furry family members. Turkey can cause pancreatitis which is a very serious disease in dogs. […]
Categories: Ask The Vet / by Megan Hughes DVM / Health & Wellness / How To / Pet Tips
The Importance of Regular Pet Toenail Trimming It is important to keep your pet’s toenails short to avoid offsetting their natural posture and gait. Long toenails will affect their balance and their movement which can even lead to increased joint disease. Overgrown toenails can more easily get broken or catch on something. Ingrown toenails […]