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Willis Animal Hospital Willis Animal Hospital

Building Lifetime Relationships with Pets and Their People

(936) 856–7387| 309 W Montgomery St., Willis, TX 77378|  [email protected]

Exceptional Veterinary Services in Willis, Texas

Willis Animal Hospital recognizes the important role that pet owners have in their pets’ lives. To meet the interest and demand for various veterinary services in and around the Willis area, we are uniquely positioned to deliver innovative care with a fresh approach.

Animals of all ages, species, and breeds benefit from preventive veterinary care, and we are proud to deliver these services to our community:

  • Acupuncture:

    This ancient modality can help pets suffering the effects of chronic and acute health conditions. We place very fine needles into the outermost layer of skin in order to increase circulation, reduce pain, and decrease stress and anxiety. Your pet’s needs are unique, and we tailor our approach to providing acupuncture treatments just for them.

  • Dental Care:

    Maintaining good oral hygiene impacts overall health. Safe, effective dental care supports longevity and quality of life. Without proper attention, periodontal (gum) disease can cause pain and sensitivity, tooth loss, and may lead to heart and kidney disease. Routine cleaning and polishing, digital X-rays, and extractions are common dental treatments that improve oral and overall health.

  • Diagnostics:

    We employ a variety of veterinary tools to help us understand what’s going on beneath the surface. Screening for and diagnosing disease can help us determine an effective treatment plan. Our in-house veterinary laboratory diagnostics include blood, urine, and fecal tests, digital radiographs (X-rays), and ultrasounds.

  • Exotic and Pocket Pet Care:

    Our smallest patients include mice, rats, gerbils, hamsters, rabbits, chinchillas, ferrets, and sugar gliders. We also see and treat lizards and reptiles for annual routine wellness exams. Nutrition, behavior, nail trims, husbandry, and environmental considerations are important aspects of exotic and pocket pet care. At this time, we refer snakes, birds, and surgery for our exotic/pocket pet patients out to our sister hospital Northwest Animal Hospital.

  • Large Animals:

    Equines, cows, sheep, goats, pigs, and poultry benefit from routine veterinary care. We are happy to visit large animals where they live on nearby farms and/or acreages. They must be safely contained during farm visits.You can also schedule an appointment at our accommodating on-site facility. Nutrition, habitat, and acupuncture are popular options for owners of large animals.

  • Preventive Care:

    Keep your pet feeling great by staying in front of possible illness. Vaccinations, parasite prevention, diet/nutrition, dental care, exercise, behavior, and much more help maintain optimal health. Kittens, puppies, adult pets, and seniors receive careful attention to the changing needs. To prevent illness or injury, pets should be seen annually until age 7. Going forward, senior pet wellness appointments should occur every 6 months.

  • Surgery:

    Soft-tissue surgery can change the life of a pet cat or dog (other species may be referred to Northwest Animal Hospital). Whether you’re considering a routine spay/neuter procedure or some dental extractions, the process of presurgical bloodwork, anesthesia, pain management, and recovery can be overwhelming. That’s why our staff is available to walk with you every step of the way, while ensuring your pet’s vitals are strong.

Above and Beyond

Willis Animal Hospital is excited to offer these additional services that complement your pet’s care:

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Dermatology and Allergy Care

Skin problems can be triggered by allergens, including environmental, food ingredients, and fleas. If you notice that your pet is scratching, licking, or chewing at their skin or ears, and you notice redness or swelling, they may benefit from allergy testing and treatment. Schedule an appointment for a wellness check to address these issues.

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Microchipping

An important layer of protection if your pet ever becomes lost or separated from you, microchips are extremely valuable. We can implant a chip at your pet’s wellness visit, or when they are in surgery for a spay/neuter.

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In-house and Online Pharmacy

What could be better than being able to pick up exactly what your pet needs, when they need it? A convenient aspect of our hospital, our in-house pharmacy can fill prescriptions promptly. You can also order your pet’s medications online for delivery.

We are excited to serve you! Please call us at (936) 856-7387 to learn more about our veterinary services, or to schedule an appointment.

What Our Clients Say

“ Very friendly”
— Elton