Community Outreach


Bingle Vet takes pride in supporting the Spring Branch / Memorial Village and Katy / Fulshear communities. We offer several programs to help inspire young children, young adults, and the community in general.

We welcome the opportunity to expand our outreach in the communities in Spring Branch / Memorial Villages and the Katy / Fulshear and often provide fundraising assistance for nonprofit organizations. If your organization would like to partner with Bingle Vet, please contact Bethany at bethany@binglevet.com.

Vet for a Day Program

We work closely with local schools to help raise funds for their school by offering the Vet for the Day Program at their Annual Fundraising Auction Event. This is a perfect opportunity for a student to shadow one of our vets for the day and learn about the profession. The child has the opportunity to assist the vet with examining one of their very own personal pets – dog or cat. During this 3 ½ hour program, the child will get to view parasites under the microscope, observe the doctor during surgery and treatments, learn how heartworms are detected in dogs, view digital radiographs and see how dogs get dental cleanings. This program is designed for students 8 to 14 years of age.

Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts

Bingle Vet is always open to supporting our local scouts! Throughout the year, we provide educational seminars and tours to our Girl Scouts and Boys Scouts of the community. Please call us if you wish to learn more about this program.

T.O.P.S. – Transitioning Onward Promotes Success

This is one of our most favorite contributions to the community. Bingle Vet takes pride in providing a work-based learning program for students with significant cognitive disabilities between the ages of 19 and 21. The focus of the program is to support students’ postsecondary transition goals in becoming productive members of our community by developing the skill sets necessary for employment. Students learn to work independently, accept supervision from non-school personnel, work cooperatively with co-workers, and complete daily attendance, punctuality, and correct personal hygiene. Additional emphasis is placed on communication, work-related behaviors, and adult daily and independent living skills. The T.O.P.S. program develops these vital employment related skills by extending the instructional setting into local businesses like Bingle Vet.