San Angelo Veterinary Clinic: An Animal Hospital You Can Trust!

Here at San Angelo Veterinary Clinic, we provide outstanding customer services while also offering your pet quality veterinarian services. We go above and beyond to uncover the root of the source, ultimately choosing the least harmful treatment method that puts your pet on a path to lasting recovery. Having access to a trustworthy veterinarian and reputable animal hospital can make a tremendous difference in your pet’s care. If you live in San Angelo or the surrounding areas, you can bring your pet here for full-service animal health care.   

Preventative Care

Preventative care plays a key role in keeping your pet healthy long term. Our preventative care program includes such services as annual wellness exams, diagnostic testing, parasite control, vaccinations, dental care, spay and neuter procedures, and more. Wellness exams enable us to keep track of your pet’s health. It is also a good way of detecting early signs of health conditions or diseases before the disease has a chance to spread. Early detection and treatment of health issues can improve your pet’s chances of having a successful recovery.  

Dental Care

We recommend your pet has an annual dental exam and cleaning to maintain good oral health. A dental exam will uncover any dental issues your pet may have such as plaque buildup, bleeding gums, broken teeth, abscesses, and periodontal disease, so these problems can be treated properly. A professional cleaning entails removing plaque and tartar, particularly under the gum line, and polishing your pet’s teeth. Regular dental care will greatly enhance your pet’s oral health.

Vaccinations

Our animal hospital offers core and non-core vaccinations to keep your pet safe from infectious diseases. We will also customize a vaccination schedule for your kitten or puppy to maintain protection over the years.

General Surgery

If your pet needs surgery, you can count on our team to provide quality surgical care. We perform general surgeries for tumor removal, tooth extraction, broken bone repair, and more. We also offer orthopedic surgery to correct problems with your pet’s joints.

See Your San Angelo Veterinarian for Quality Care

We also offer nutrition consultation and in-house laboratory services that provide blood work, diagnostic ultrasounds, and x-rays for your pet. No matter when your pet may need help, we will be there for you. Our team at San Angelo Veterinary Clinic is here to provide you and your pet with quality health care service. Contact us today at (325) 754-0190 or by filling out our online forms to see how we can help you and your animal.

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    J.T. Henderson,
    DVM

    Bio coming soon..

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "They were able to get us in and out quickly without an appointment."
    Monica R.
  • "All my hounds go to Dr Henderson, and they have gone to him exclusively for at least 10 years. He is the best!"
    Lis T.
  • "Best vet in town by far!!! So caring and understanding!"
    Brianna M.
  • "Dr. Henderson has always been there for all of our pets. He appreciates that these pets are our family and goes above and beyond to give them individual care and attention. Thank you!"
    Tammie R.

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