Wellness Programs

(PMP) Preventive Medicine Programs at Best Care Animal Hospital in Houston, TX

Dr. Jimenez and His Daughter with Golden RetrieverThe best approach to ongoing health, wellness and a high quality of life for your pet is preventative care. This is best accomplished through regular veterinarian visits at least once or twice per year.

Your veterinarian in Houston serves the Houston and Spring, TX areas. Best Care Animal Hospital is devoted to the health and well-being of your dog, cat, puppy or kitten. Because of this, we offer effective pet wellness plans (PMP Preventive Medicine Program) to help you keep up with your pet’s vaccination schedule as well as all aspects of their health. These plans are specifically tailored for both canine and feline health and well-being.

Wellness Care For Your Dog or Cat From Our Veterinarian at Best Care Animal Hospital in Houston

At Best Care Animal Hospital, we strive to teach pet owners that the life of each pet is a journey. From puppy to full grown dog to senior care, there are phases of life with different health needs. From kitten to full grown cat to senior cat, needs and requirements for cats inevitably change and evolve.

Our veterinarian serving Houston and Spring, TX areas is dedicated to maximizing each and every phase of your pet’s life. Our wellness pet care plans (PMP Preventive Medicine Program) assist us in accomplishing this.

A Resource For Ongoing Pet Health

We strive to make the Best Care Animal Hospital website a resource for decisions regarding your pet's health and well-being. Once fully informed, most pet owners naturally make better choices for pet health and well-being, from food choices to keeping up with their vaccination schedule.

Again, keeping up with wellness exams and preventative care is the most effective way to ensure pet health over a lifetime.

The benefits of belonging to our wellness care programs (PMP Preventive Medicine Program) include:

  • Learn key steps to help you pet have longevity and a happier life.
  • PMP is NOT INSURANCE…it’s better! With insurance, you pay for coverage you may never use. With our Preventive Medicine  Program , you will get all the services you pay for in an affordable priced plan the spreads the cost conveniently over twelve months.
  • Gain understanding about how your pet’s limbs, organs, nervous system and other bodily symptoms work from the inside out.
  • Learn excellent tips about how to optimize your pet’s health and wellbeing at each phase of life.  
  • Enjoy valuable saving of time and money on future office visits.
  • A free subscription to Pet Living & Wellness, our pet wellness newsletter.

Your Houston veterinarian is proud to serve Houston, Spring, TX and the surrounding areas. Our animal hospital and veterinary clinic is operated by Eduardo Jimenez, an experienced, fully licensed Houston veterinarian.

Trust Best Care Animal Hospital in Houston For Ongoing Pet Care and Wellness

The entire team at Best Care Animal Hospital is committed to client education to help keep pets healthy all year round. The foundation of our (PMP) Preventive Medicine Program is consistently good nutrition and an ideal amount of exercise each day.

At Best Care Animal Hospital, we also stay on top of all the latest technological advances in medicine to ensure the very best in care for your pet. Give us a call today at 281-251-0893.

Click the links below to view the plan brochures!

Canine Comprehensive Preventive Program for Adults/Seniors

Canine Basic Preventive Program For Adults

Canine Advanced Preventive Program For Adults

Canine Preventive Program For Puppies


Feline Preventive Program comprehensive for Adults/Seniors

Feline Basic Preventive Program for Adults

Feline Advanced Preventive Program for Adults

Feline Preventive Program for Kittens

We Offer add-ons to these programs such as: Heartworm Prevention & Flea Control. Call us for current pricing!

Adult Feline Basic PMP Adult Feline Advanced PMP
Montly Payment: $20.99 Montly Payment: $29.99
Annual PMP Cost: $251.88 Annual PMP Cost: $347.88
One Time Membership Fee: $68.99 One Time Membership Fee: $68.99
Minimum Anual Savings: $590.42 Minimum Anual Savings: $752.33
+10% off most other services +15% off most other services

Kitten Basic PMP Kitten Advanced PMP
Montly Payment: $20.99 Montly Payment: $29.99
Annual PMP Cost: $251.88 Annual PMP Cost: $347.88
One Time Membership Fee: $68.99 One Time Membership Fee: $68.99
Minimum Anual Savings: $380.23 Minimum Anual Savings: $510.18
+5% off most other services +10% off most other services

Adult Canine Basic PMP Adult Canine Advanced PMP
Montly Payment: $29.99 Montly Payment: $34.99
Annual PMP Cost: $359.88 Annual PMP Cost: $419.88
One Time Membership Fee: $80.99 One Time Membership Fee: $80.99
Minimum Anual Savings: $595.62 Minimum Anual Savings: $780.22
+10% off most other services
(including grooming, boadring, and med's)
+15% off most other services
(including grooming, boadring, and med's)

Puppy Basic PMP Puppy Advanced PMP
Montly Payment: $20.99 Montly Payment: $29.99
Annual PMP Cost: $251.88 Annual PMP Cost: $359.88
One Time Membership Fee: $80.99 One Time Membership Fee: $80.99
Minimum Anual Savings: $510.89 Minimum Anual Savings: $780.30
+5% off most other services +10% off most other services

Adult/Senior Feline Comprehensive PMP Adult/Senior Canine Comprehensive PMP
Montly Payment: $35.99 Montly Payment: $44.99
Annual PMP Cost: $431.88 Annual PMP Cost: $539.88
One Time Membership Fee: $68.99 One Time Membership Fee: $80.99
Minimum Anual Savings: $925.86 Minimum Anual Savings: $1018.94
+20% off most other services +10% off most other services

New patients receive 15% OFF first visit.

Office Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

7:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

Testimonials

  • "Dr. Anderson has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years."
    John Doe / San Diego, CA

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