For over sixty years CTVH has provided care to the dogs and cats of North Texas. The practice continues to offer state of the art diagnostics and exemplary treatment for all our patients. CTVH supports a complete in house diagnostic laboratory at each location as well as multiple imaging modalities. These include digital radiology, ultrasound, video-otoscope and video endoscopy. CTVH provides ICU and isolation care monitored 24 hours a day as well as thermo-controlled hospital wards for ill or injured patients.
CTVH offers a wide array of small animal soft tissue and orthopedic surgery capabilities. Gas anesthesia and intra and post- surgical monitoring are provided to each patient. Pre-surgical and post-surgical consultation are given to each client. Medical treatments are evidenced based and designed to provide not only accurate diagnosis but complete treatment for our patients. CTVH also offers Chiropractic care and maintenance for the wellbeing of our patients.
Full preventative and well pet care is provided through directed and complete vaccination and wellness programs. Parasite testing and prevention are also offered. A multitude of products are offered at the clinic and through our online pharmacy allowing our clients the opportunity to purchase the preventative product best suited to their needs and the wellbeing of the pet. Every Thursday evening we sponsor a Well Pet Clinic. No appointment is required for this clinic and all small animal preventative care is provided.
The practice offers full boarding and day care. Boarders are fed a premium diet, exercised twice a day and monitored by an experienced kennel staff. CTVH has a pick up and delivery service in and around Bowie and allows afterhours dismissals.
The staff of CTVH provides excellent care and attention. Many team members have over ten years’ experience and hold certificates as veterinary technicians or veterinary assistants. CTVH serves the North Texas community with 24 hour emergency care 365 days a year with a veterinarian available to answer questions and provide care for the critical ill and injured pet.