Pet Care

Pet Care Services at Best Care Animal Hospital in Houston, TX

If you live in Houston or the nearby communities of Spring or Tomball, TX, and need pet care, our veterinarian at Best Care Animal Hospital is here to serve you. Your furry friend will always feel like the center of attention, and our experienced team provides an array of services to exceed your expectations and help pets live a long, healthy life.


Preventative Medicine and Routine Care

Our Houston veterinarian offers several preventive maintenance packages to meet the needs of pets at all stages of their lives. These programs include essentials such as comprehensive examinations, spaying and neutering, routine vaccinations, lab testing, and parasite protection.

Our in-house lab, digital X-rays, and ultrasound technology allow us to quickly diagnose any issues or confirm the health of animals quickly and accurately. We even have access to the exclusive University of Pennsylvania’s PennHIP radiographic program, which is a valuable tool post-injury or for show dogs and senior pets.

Animal Surgery: Routine and Advanced

Thanks to our state-of-the-art facilities here at Best Care Animal Hospital, we offer all types of pet surgery, ranging from standard sterilization procedures to complex surgeries and emergency care. One of our specialties includes delicate orthopedic reconstructions due to chronic, degenerative, or accident-related injuries.

Pet Dental Care

Pet dental care is just as essential for their health as it is for humans. Animals can suffer from similar conditions, including gum disease, halitosis, cavities, and broken or cracked teeth. Untreated tooth problems can result in infections that can become life-threatening, and routine care is needed to prevent such issues. To ensure your cat or dog enjoys optimal oral health, our veterinarian in Houston, TX, performs dental exams, tooth cleanings, and tooth restoration services.

Boarding and Grooming Services

Life in the big city and surrounding Spring and Tomball communities can be busy, and business often keeps us away for extended periods. There’s no need to leave your dog or cat at home alone or ask friends for favors tending to it. Simply enroll it in our daycare or overnight boarding facility, where experienced caregivers give it all the love and attention it needs. We also offer superior grooming services that include shampooing, cuts, nail trimming, and anal gland expression.

Dog Ear Cropping

Certain breeds of dogs undergo ear cropping, and our vet Dr. Jimenez can help if your pet needs this cosmetic procedure. Our facilities are equipped with everything needed for the process, including anesthesia, ear wrapping, pain killers, antibiotics, and suture removal after healing is complete.

Get the Best Pet Care from Our Veterinarian in Houston

Whatever pet care needs you have, contact Best Care Animal Hospital in Houston online or by phone at 281-251-0893 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Jimenez and our animal-loving team.

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  • "Best Care Animal Hospital has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years."

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