Community Service

“Spring Branch Veterinary Hospital is passionate about supporting local animal rescues and animal shelters care for homeless pets.”

We also strongly believe in the importance of spaying and neutering dogs and cats to reduce homeless pet numbers. Millions of animals are euthanized every year in United States animal shelters due to overpopulation. We encourage you to adopt a pet from your local animal shelter or consider becoming a foster.

Spring Branch Veterinary Hospital often has foster kittens available for adoption at our hospital. Doctor Hughes volunteers weekly to provide veterinary care for homeless pets at the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area. ┬áDoctor Baas helps care for foster kittens at the hospital. ┬áDoctors Virginia Nell and Robert Duncan volunteer for the SNIPSA (Spay-Neuter-Inject-Protect-of San Antonio) “Big Fix” events where hundreds of dogs and cats are spayed and neutered. SNIPSA holds these events 5 times yearly to help reduce the pet overpopulation problem in San Antonio. Our Hospital also hosts donation drives for the Bulverde Area Humane Society.

We, at Spring Branch Veterinary Hospital, love being active in the Bulverde/Spring Branch area.

In October of 2017 SBVH threw a Halloween Pet Costume Contest to benefit the Bulverde Area Humane Society.

In August of 2017 Spring Branch Veterinary Hospital raised donations for Houston pets displaced by Hurricane Harvey. Doctors Baas and Hughes went to Houston and donated veterinary services to pets rescued from flood waters.

In August of 2017 SBVH participated in the Bulverde Day of Service. We provided school supplies and goodies for kids as well as a low cost rabies vaccine clinic for pets.

In May of 2017 SBVH had an “Ask a Vet” booth and microchip clinic at the K9 Country Club Doggy Beach Party.

In November of 2016 SBVH participated in the Bulverde Holiday Lighting. We provided goodies for kids.

In October of 2016, we hosted a fall family festival and raised cash and food donations for the Canyon Lake Animal Shelter Society.


Want to Help?

  • Consider adopting or fostering a pet from a local animal shelter
  • Donate or volunteer at your local animal shelter
  • Spay and Neuter your pets to reduce overpopulation
  • Spring Branch Veterinary Hospital has a fund to help support the veterinary care of foster and stray animals. Donations are accepted for this fund.

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