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In the name of Allah. There is only one God and glory be to Allah. O Allah you love to forgive sins, forgive all of our sins. Remove all difficulties, distress and keep us healthy and safe from all evil diseases.

                       WE   ARE  OPEN 

                M-F 8 am TO 7 pm SAT 8 am TO 2 pm

             EMERGENCIES AND WELLNESS

        FOLLOWING FEDERAL GUIDE LINES FOR                                    COVID-19 

                  WE ARE DOING OUR BEST TO STAY OPEN AND HELP ALL CLIENTS.

                            WE ARE RISKING OUR LIVES TO HELP YOUR PETS.

                      WE ARE NOT A CURBSIDE PRACTICE, WE HAVE A VERY LARGE 

                            WAITING AREA TO MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING.


WELCOME TO HAPPY PETS VETS

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If your dog or cat, puppy or kitten is in need of their annual vaccinations, tests, or is sick... give us a call! We happily take appointments, walk-ins, and emergencies.

The staff and doctors of Happy Pets Vets understand that your pet holds a valued place in your life and heart. We make it our life commitment to respect and honor that special bond by providing the best health care for your pet.

When you visit Happy Pets Vets, you'll be greeted by our professional veterinary staff and given the personal attention you deserve. We are focused on providing you and your pet with the highest quality care and services you expect and deserve. 

WALK-INS & EMERGENCIES WELCOME! 

VETERINARY SERVICES INCLUDE:


  • Appointments
  • Vaccinations
  • Geriatric Care
  • On-Site Pharmacy
  • On-Site Laboratory
  • On-Site Digital Radiology
  • On-Site Digital Ultrasound
  • On-Site Surgical and Laser Procedures
  • Advanced Dentistry and Oral Surgery
  • Prescription Foods (Hills & Purina)
  • WE OFFER FULL  SERVICES

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  • WE SELL PROHEART 12 ONCE A YEAR 

  • HEARTWORM PREVENTION

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Pet Wellness Special: WALK INS ONLY

Services

Puppies: Wellness Exam,
Fecal test
, DHPP

Kittens: Wellness Exam, 
Fecal test
, FVRCP

Adult Dogs: Wellness Exam,  Fecal test, Heartworm test,
DHPP, Rabies

Cats: Wellness Exam,  Fecal test, FVRCP, Rabies



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CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT: 281-856-7171                                                         

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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