- Care of chronic diseases and conditions
- Drop-Off Appointments
- Emergency care (only during business hours)
- Examinations, Preventive, sick, or urgent care
- Health Certificates
- Immunizations/ Vaccines
- Laser Therapy
- Nutritional Counseling & Pet Food
- Pain Management
- Preventative Medicine
- Tonometry (check for glaucoma)
Anesthesia and Surgery
- Veterinary technician monitored blood pressure, pulse oximetry, respiratory and heart rate monitoring equipment.
- Surgeries include
- Soft tissue, orthopedic, and emergency procedures
- Spays and neuters
- Digital X-rays
- In Hospital (allows for timely sample analysis)
- Complete blood counts
- Cytology (cell identification for lumps and bumps)
- Fecal analysis
- General health screens
- Urine analysis
- Thyroid testing
- Outside Lab- Off Site
- Allergy testing
- Genetic breed determination
- Genetic health screens
- Specialty diagnostic tests
San Antonio Animal Hospital Provides Trusted Medical Services
Since our pets age approximately seven years in one human year, diseases can progress rapidly if left undiagnosed. For this reason, it is the recommendation of our veterinarians that every pet have twice yearly examinations. Doing examinations twice a year allows us to identify and prevent medical conditions earlier and before they become major problems.
Did you know that your pet’s dental health affects their overall health and well-being? Dental disease if left untreated can have detrimental effects on your pet’s quality of life as they get older. We are able to diagnose and implement the necessary preventative measures and treatments to care for your pet’s oral health.
We have many resources available to support our findings regarding your pet’s health. Radiographs (X-Rays), blood, urine and fecal testing, and microscopic evaluations are all important tools used in determining the appropriate care or in confirming your pet’s health.
Nutrition and Diet
We provide diets tailored to your individual pet’s needs and offer nutritional counseling in their proper use.
Fleas, ticks and mosquitoes are a nuisance and are frequently carriers of harmful diseases. Other parasites live within your pet’s body, causing harm while going undetected. Some of these the parasites can even infect or transmit diseases to people. The importance of testing your pets cannot be stressed enough along with starting preventative medications to protect them year-round