Welcome to Montrose Veterinary Clinic where "We treat your pet like family" isn't just a slogan it's our reason for being here. Each veterinarian on our skilled team cultivates genuine one-on-one relationships with their patients, at the same time serving as a trusted advisor for concerned, loving owners just like you. Our animal hospital offers state-of-the-art technology, sophisticated services and a compassionate approach toward helping animals enjoy the highest possible quality of life. If you're seeking a veterinarian in Houston or the Montrose area for your beloved companion, we're ready to help!
Your pet has a friend for life here at Montrose Veterinary Clinic. Our animal hospital is fully equipped to care for pets from their first weeks of life to their senior years.
We offer a full spectrum of veterinary services to accommodate all kinds of situations.
Preventative wellness services, such as vaccinations, dental care, parasite prevention, bathing, and spay/neuter surgery can help us keep your pet as healthy as possible at all times.
Boarding your pet
Boarding your pet at our animal hospital ensures that your veterinarian in Houston is right there to provide any necessary medical care and monitoring alongside the exercise, comfort and affection our guests enjoy.
In-clinic diagnostic tools
Our cutting-edge, in-clinic diagnostic tools and technologies allow us to detect lurking threats and provide prompt, effective treatment for known issues.
Emergency and urgent services
Your Houston veterinarian can provide a variety of emergency and urgent services, including major surgery if necessary, to help your pet through a crisis.
Puppy and kitten care
Puppy and kitten care helps to get your baby pet off to a healthy start in life.
Senior pet care
Senior pet care services can provide for the special needs of older animals.
Of course we understand that even the widest range of services isn't all there is to enjoying a great relationship with a Houston veterinarian; you also want a vet clinic that offers a high standard of skill, experience, and professionalism. Here at Montrose Veterinary Clinic, we offer several veterinarians who meet that description, ensuring that all our patients have ready access to top-notch care and attention.
Now that you understand some of the many benefits and services our vet team provides, the next step to help your pet enjoy a happier, healthier life is up to you. If you're looking for a Houston veterinarian that also serves pets in Montrose, River Oaks, Midtown and 610 Loop areas, call (713) 524-3814 today to schedule an initial consultation with a vet on our team. We think you'll be even more impressed with us once you've met us and talked to us in person. We can't wait to make friends with your pet!
At Montrose Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Houston Veterinarian | Montrose Veterinary Clinic | (713) 524-3814
1701 Montrose Blvd
Houston, TX 77006
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