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Community, Family-Owned Veterinary Clinic

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Spring Branch / Memorial Villages

Address:

2025 Bingle Rd.
Houston, TX 77055

Phone:

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday: 7 AM to 7 PM
Saturday: 7 AM to 5 PM
Sunday: 9 AM to 5 PM

Convenient Drop Off Service – Drop of your pet in the morning (before 9am) for veterinary services and pick up the same day by closing. Available Monday – Friday only.

Sunday Appointments – While most veterinary clinics are closed on Sunday, we chose to offer services at our Spring Branch location. PLEASE NOTE: we offer scheduled appointment times on Sunday as well as have a limited availability for walk-ins. Unfortunately, we can only see so many walk-ins based on the case load for that day. If you arrive as a walk-in, we will do our best to see your pet; however, there may be a situation where we suggest you make an appointment for the following day or seek medical care at a local emergency clinic. Thank you for your understanding regarding our Sunday Appointment policy.

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Katy / Fulshear

Address:

5215 FM 1463, Ste. 400
Katy, TX 77494

Phone:

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday: 8 AM to 6 PM
Saturday: 9 AM to 5 PM
Sunday: Closed – Our location in Spring Branch/Memorial Area is open on Sundays.

Convenient Drop Off Service – Drop of your pet in the morning (before 9am) for veterinary services and pick up the same day by closing. Available Monday – Friday only.

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Other Veterinary Services

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Vaccinations and Wellness

By focusing on preventive health care, you are taking an important step in keeping your friend happy and healthy for years to come.

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Therapy Laser

The beneficial effects of laser light on tissue were first recognized almost forty years ago. Since then, there have been thousands of studies documenting the positive effects laser light has on different types of cells, tissue, and disorders.

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Microchipping

The HomeAgain® Pet Recovery Service is a safe, simple and permanent form of pet identification designed to quickly identify lost pets and reunite them with their owners.

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Spaying and Neutering

Female dogs and cats are spayed by removing their reproductive organs, and male dogs and cats are neutered by removing their testicles. In both cases the operation is performed while the pet is under anesthesia.

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Allergy Testing and Treatment

The most common sign of allergy in dogs and cats is itching, manifested by scratching, rubbing, licking and chewing. The scratching and itching that are due to allergies are always more intense than normal and may lead to varying degrees of hair loss and rashes.

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Diet and Nutrition

We offer a variety of veterinary-exclusive therapeutic and wellness diets for better health. Nutrition can help your pet’s body recover faster, stay healthy longer and even help defend against health issues.

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Dental Care

The most common dental problems dogs experience is buildup from plaque and calculus. If left unchecked, plaque and calculus buildup can eventually cause inflammation of both the gums (gingivitis) and the membrane lining of the tooth socket (periodontitis).

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International Travel

Bingle Vet has experience with helping families transport their pet(s) both domestically and overseas, to locations in Australia, the UK, the EU, South America, Southeast Asia, and many others.

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Tightrope Orthopedic Surgery

Just as in the human knee, the most critical stabilizing structure in the canine knee is the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL or ACL). The primary function of the CCL is to prevent forward thrusting motion and inward rotation of the tibia during weight bearing and to prevent hyper-extension of the knee.