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If you are in search of a trusted veterinarian in Magnolia, TX, look no further than Paws to Claws Veterinary Care. We not only care for dogs and cats, but provide a variety of veterinary services for birds, reptiles, small mammals and other exotic species. Services include pet dental care, surgery, ultrasound, radiology, microchipping, boarding, grooming and a range of animal medical and wellness services. We are your Magnolia, TX veterinarian with an in-house laboratory for a quicker diagnosis and a pharmacy for immediate medical needs. Everything you need for the quality care of your pet is available right here at Paws to Claws Veterinary Care.
Paws to Claws Veterinary Care is led by experienced, knowledgeable veterinarians. Dr. Suzanne Scott and Dr Kristen Slater and a caring staff provide exceptional pet care. We are members of The Association of Avian Veterinarians, The Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians, The American Feline Practitioners Association, The Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, and are Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). You are assured of the finest care for your pet when you visit Paws to Claws Veterinary Care.
Whether it involves your pet's diet, wellness vaccinations or grooming tips, we help you take better care of your pet. We have a variety of resources with information you can use for a happier, healthier animal. We are committed to educating our clients in how to keep pets healthy year round, with good nutrition and regular exercise. While we are certainly here when you need emergency services from a Magnolia, TX animal hospital, we are also here to assist you in becoming a better pet owner.
Maintaining the health of your pet is every bit as important as correcting issues as they arise. That is why Paws to Claws Veterinary Care suggests annual wellness exams for your pet. These annual exams can detect any developing health issues and address them immediately. They will ensure your pet is up to date on vaccinations and can provide any indications of pest infestation and heartworm disease. We suggest older pets have a wellness examination twice a year as they are more likely to develop health issues.
Make an appointment for your pet at Paws to Claws Veterinary Care. Call us at (281) 356-2384. We offer both emergency and routine care at our clean, comfortable, state-of-the-art facilities located at 38015 Spur 149 Road in Magnolia, TX. If you want the best care for your pet, contact Paws to Claws Veterinary Care. We look forward to meeting you and your pet!
Dr. Suzanne Scott |Dr. Kristen Slater
Magnolia Veterinarian | Paws to Claws Veterinary Care | (281) 356-2384
38015 Spur 149 Rd
Magnolia, TX 77354
Your front office staff, back office staff and doctors are all very friendly and professional. We are always greeted promptly and we are treated with respect from the staff and doctors alike. I really am beginning to love this place.
- Barbara Shawley / Magnolia, TX
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