Take A Tour

Take a look at our Richardson veterinary hospital!

Check out our practice to see where we treat your pet!

We invite you to take a tour and then contact us with your questions or schedule an appointment.

Reception

The welcome portal to the clinic is primarily managed by Lynda who will greet you with a brilliant smile. Cushioned bench seating will provide you with a comfortable wait while the paperwork is generated to start your visit. We strive to keep the reception area clean, fresh, and friendly.

Examination Rooms

The clinic has three exam rooms, which we have pictured here. At present the number “3’ room, is the talk of the neighborhood. The new floor scale was moved to the back and made way for the placement of a bench. This change has been the highlight of conversation regarding exam rooms with the current clients. Dr. May suggested there should be a dedication ceremony for “The Bench” soon.

Surgery and Recovery Ward

Our surgery is equipped with isoflurane gas anesthetic delivery, inhalation monitor, continuous EKG display, pulse oximeter, and indirect blood pressure measurement. Our technicians are trained to monitor the patients closely by hand as well as via the equipment. So, anytime that your pet is in for an anesthetic procedure, you can rest assured that they will receive close, individual attention from the moment of anesthetic induction until they are safely awake again.

Cat and Dog Wards

The small dogs and cats are housed in individual wards that are equipped with stainless steel cages of varying sizes. All dogs and cats are provided with fresh towels to sleep on every night. The small dogs staying in the wards are moved to a run or taken out if weather permits for a bathroom break twice a day. Cats get fresh litter twice daily as well. Owners are welcome to bring their own food for boarders to try and prevent any upset stomach due to sudden diet change. Our kennel foods are Purina’s Canine and Feline EN veterinary diets.

Large Dog Runs

The runs are entirely indoor and climate controlled. They offer our large dog visitors plenty of room. We have special comfort mats and bedding that we are happy to provide for the elderly and arthritic as needed. The large dogs are offered a walk outside twice daily as weather and time permits.

Location

Phone: (972) 235-5215
Fax: (972) 644-9321

Office Hours
Monday8:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday8:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday8:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday8:00am – 6:00pm
Friday8:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday8:00am – 12:00pm
SundayClosed

*Doctors are at lunch from 12pm to 1pm.

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