Compassionate Veterinary Care in Houston, TX
The Exceptional Care Your Pet Derserves
Since 1980, Neartown Animal Clinic has provided comprehensive veterinary care to pets in the Houston community and beyond. We would be honored to be a partner in your pet's healthcare team.
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Our caring professionals are committed to upholding the highest standards of veterinary excellence and strive to ensure a safe and comfortable experience for your pets at every visit.
Neartown Animal Clinic is a Fear Free Certified® Practice.
Our staff has gone through specialized training in Fear Free initiatives and protocols in an effort to better serve you and your furry friends. The Fear Free mission is to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in pets by inspiring and educating the people who care for them.
Neartown Animal Clinic is a Cat Friendly Certified® Practice.
Established by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) and the International Society for Feline Medicine (ISFM), the Cat Friendly Practice® program is a global initiative designed to elevate care for cats by reducing the stress for the cat, caregiver, and the entire veterinary team.
As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited facility, Neartown Animal Clinic regularly undergoes evaluations to ensure we meet or exceed AAHA's standards of care.
These standards cover nearly every aspect of our hospital, including surgery, exam facilities, patient care, cleanliness, client service, emergency services, diagnostic imaging, and anesthesiology. Only 15% of animal hospitals in the United States & Canada are accredited by AAHA, recognized worldwide as the benchmark for quality care in veterinary medicine.
“Wish I could give ten stars . . . when I thought my cat broke his paw they took him from me right away and did an entire physical exam and came out to fill me in during . . . turns out he was okay! The clinic even called me a few days later to check on him. The service here is unmatched.”