Preventive Care

A healthy pet is a happy pet. At Texavet, we offer a variety of preventative care services to help your dogs and cats thrive. From routine exams and testing to disease management and microchipping, we are your one-stop-shop for animal care. Read on to learn about some of our most popular services.

Wellness Exams

Pets need regular check-ups, just like humans. We offer annual wellness visits to check on your dog or cat’s overall health. We will check your pet’s weight and temperature, listen to their heart and lungs, and conduct a physical exam. We can also run blood work, prescribe medication, and give any necessary vaccines. During your pet’s wellness visit, you will also have plenty of time to talk with the vet and ask questions. This way, you’ll be able to be proactive about your pet’s health in the future.

Puppy and Kitten Care

Congratulations on your new arrival! Whether you have a puppy or kitten, we offer plenty of services to help your new friend grow up healthy and strong. We’ll check the animal’s weight and also perform basic tests to ensure proper development. We offer puppy and kitten vaccination packages, spaying and neutering, and other services specifically designed for younger animals.


Vaccines are one of the easiest ways to protect your dog or cat’s health. And they’re not just good for your pet- vaccines also protect other animals in the community, as well as humans who might come in contact with your animal! We offer a variety of vaccinations to protect against common diseases. We have convenient vaccine packages, as well as individual vaccines. Click here to learn more about our vaccinations.

Senior Pet Care

A pet’s needs change as they grow older. Our veterinary services help senior dogs and cats maintain their health and quality of life as they age. We can help your pet manage age-related issues such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and joint/bone diseases. We can also help you make changes to your pet’s diet, exercise plan, or lifestyle to better suit them as they get older.

Aging pets often need more veterinary care than younger animals do. Our goal is to make human and animal members of your family feel safe and comfortable in our practice, whether you are seeing us for disease management or end-of-life care.

Parasite Control

Parasites are a very common issue for animals, especially those who do not visit the vet regularly. There are many types of parasites that can affect pets, including ringworms, roundworms, and tapeworms. Non-worm parasites such as coccidia and giardia can also be an issue. Parasites can cause all sorts of issues in pets, ranging from digestive upset and skin problems to life-threatening conditions.

Luckily, there are safe and effective parasite treatments to eliminate parasites, as well as preventative measures that pet owners can take. Call us today to learn more about parasite control for your pets.

Flea and Tick Prevention

Fleas and ticks are common external parasites that a lot of animals deal with. Both fleas and ticks can cause massive irritation for your pet. They can also carry harmful diseases. Luckily, there are treatments available for flea and tick outbreaks, as well as a variety of preventative measures that pet owners can take.

Flea and tick prevention varies based on your pet and also your environment. We can help you create a flea and tick prevention plan that is customized to your dog or cat’s needs.

Heartworm Testing and Medication

Heartworm is one of the most serious parasites that affects pets. While cats can get heartworm, this is mainly an issue in dogs. Heartworm can lead to serious organ damage and even death. In the early stages, heartworm also presents with relatively minor symptoms, which means that many pet owners might not notice a problem until it is too late.

Heartworm prevention drugs are very effective. Unfortunately, dogs can still become infected even while taking these medications. Therefore, it’s important to combine heartworm mediation with annual heartworm testing. Texavet offers both, making it easy for owners to prevent heartworm in their pets.


Microchips protect pets while also providing owners with peace of mind. A microchip is not only helpful if your pet runs away, but can also be used to share important health information about your dog or cat. The microchips use scannable RFID technology to share your pet’s data- no charging or batteries required.

We offer easy and reliable microchipping to help your pet stay safe. Call us today to learn more about our microchips.