Every moment you spend with your pet is important. Whether it’s snuggling up at the end of a long day or tossing a ball around outside, these moments enrich our lives and bring incredible meaning to the time we spend with our pet. That’s why we believe so strongly in routine veterinary care and tailor our approach to the specific needs of your pet. This can help to prevent serious conditions including diabetes, heart disease, dental issues, arthritis and more. We encourage you to call our animal clinic to schedule your next veterinary appointment so that we can screen your pet for potential issues and ensure they’re on track for a long and healthy life with you by their side.
Your pet is unlike any other. This means that their needs are different according to their age, lifestyle and a variety of other factors. Since your pet is unique, our veterinarians’ approach to any vaccination recommendation will reflect a personalized level of care. Vaccinations can prevent acute medical issues that may otherwise lead to serious pet health problems if left untreated, all while helping to ensure the long-term health of your pet.
Does your pet keep you up at night with their non-stop itching and scratching? We have veterinary solutions which can help both you and your pet get back to a good night’s sleep. Our animal hospital is happy to provide a comprehensive evaluation to determine what issues exist so we can treat any allergies, rashes or skin conditions as early as possible. This can greatly improve the quality of life and comfort of your pet. If your pet has been showing signs of irritation from allergies or other dermatological discomfort, we invite you to get in touch with us today.
Arthritis and chronic pain can fly under the radar and go undetected in pets for far too long. This can negatively impact your pet’s quality of life, even without you noticing. Some pets will hide signs of discomfort, making it especially difficult to detect if they are in pain. Regular wellness checks can ensure we spot the signs from the start. If your pet is limping, experiencing hindered mobility or is displaying other signs of discomfort, we encourage you to visit us so that we can examine your pet. From pain management techniques and medicines to other holistic practices, we’ll work to pinpoint the issue and implement rapid solutions to make sure your pet is able to experience the joy and ease of a pain-free life.
Laser therapy is a veterinary service that can treat soft tissue and muscle-related veterinary problems in your pet, without needing to put them under anesthesia. Laser therapy can treat everything from arthritis to dental procedures, post-surgery treatments and pain management. Pet relief is often noticed within hours. To learn more about laser therapy and how it might help your pet, we recommend contacting our pet hospital today.
Pet dental health is an important component of overall health and wellness. Certain home practices including regularly brushing your pet’s teeth and administering dental chews can help to assist in oral health efforts, but our veterinarians also recommend that you request a routine dental examination during your checkup so that we can ensure there are no oral issues. The right approach to dental care can help to prevent infections, abscesses, loose teeth and other ailments, getting to the root of the problem before they require a root canal.
Our state-of-the-art equipment includes ultrasound, which allows for increasing diagnostic visibility in a non-invasive and totally safe way. Our animal clinic’s use of ultrasonography requires no radiation to be used and can deliver profound insights into the internal health and functioning of your pet. Ultrasound is one tool we utilize to gain critical understanding of the health of vital organs including the liver, spleen, pancreas and more.
Our animal hospital’s expansion into our current 10,000 square foot facility has allowed us to build a comprehensive in-house laboratory. This significantly decreases the turnaround time required for processing important tests including urinalysis and bloodwork. Having these tools at our disposal ensures that our pet hospital is a one-stop shop for a wide-range of needs, since we can evaluate your pet’s health, conduct tests and review the results without requiring lengthy processing times or shipping samples out to an off-site laboratory.
Our veterinarians and staff want your pet to stay cool and calm, and so do you! However, itching, dry skin, rashes and other issues can often create issues for pets, much like they do humans. Our animal clinic can examine your pet for any dermatological issues that may be persistently bothering your pet. Whether we need to prescribe a topical medicine or another solution, we will work to ensure the total health and comfort of your pet!
Gluten free? Raw food? Grain-free? Is a “fad diet” really a good fit for your pet? Our veterinary clinic is your go-to resource for trusted advice on what to feed your pet. By spending time with your pet and looking at deciding factors including species, breed, weight, age, health history and personal preferences, we’ll be able to tailor our nutritional approach to the direct needs of your pet and help to explain the wide-range of often confusing dietary choices pet owners face each day.
Our pet clinic’s online veterinary pharmacy is available here and offers competitive pricing and free shipping to all of our clients. We work exclusively with the highest recommended prescriptions and their generic counterparts to ensure no pet receives subpar medicine otherwise available online. Utilizing a trusted source like the link above is very important and encouraged by The WellPet Center. This way, you know that you’re receiving genuine medicine which is directly recommended by our veterinarians. Additionally, you can refill and select medicines from the comfort and ease of your own home.
Tragically, thousands of pets are lost or stolen across the country each year. Many of these incidents are entirely preventable, since microchipping allows your pets to be registered and tracked within a nationally registered database. Microchips are smaller than a grain of rice and are gently placed under your pet’s skin to ensure they are tracked accurately if they leave home. We highly recommend taking this step to ensure the long-term safety of your pet. Please ask about our veterinary clinic’s microchipping services and we’ll be happy to help you learn more about this recommended program.
Pet grooming is an important part of any pet health regimen. Our pet clinic’s grooming service is certified and will leave your pet’s coat soft and shining. Pets love the way that grooming services make them feel and often become happier and more alert after a comprehensive grooming session. If you’re stopping by for a routine checkup or even a more involved procedure, consider adding our grooming service to ensure your pet leaves our animal clinic shining and smiling from ear-to-ear!
*Please note: Current canine influenza (H3N2) vaccination required for all dogs. Bordetella vaccination is required every six months. For all other vaccinations, other than rabies, that have never been administered, the initial vaccine must be given a minimum of two weeks prior to boarding/grooming. The final booster can be given at the time of drop off.
For appointments call (281) 394-2355.
All grooming packages include a bath, nail grinding, ear cleaning and anal gland expression.
Bath & Brush Package – Price based on weight, $40-65
Mini Groom – Price based on weight, $45-70 (trimming of face, feet, and private areas)
Full Groom – Price based on weight, $52-125 (full hair cut all over)
Teeth brushing, medicated bath, de-shedding $10/each
At the time of drop off, the groomer will give you a definitive price.
Safety is our main concern, your dog or cat will be required to be current on the following vaccinations.
Dog (Canine): Rabies, DHPP, H3N2 Influenza and Bordetella (every 6 months)
Cat (Feline): Rabies, FVRCP
Please have your pets medical record faxed to (888) 281-9442 or emailed to [email protected] prior to coming in for your appointment.
Mary Lou has worked in the animal field since the age of 19 when she began her first job as a kennel technician. Her employer at the time was a groomer and provided Mary Lou with on-the-job training. She loved every second of it.
Each pet always remembers its groomer. As a result, Mary Lou tries to keep your pet’s anxiety as minimal as possible making it a positive experience that they will look forward to returning to in the future.
She lives at home with her Border Collie/Aussie cross and two male cats who are fortunate to have her as their mom.
Mary Lou finds that it’s best to pay it forward and always treat others with respect.
Our expanded animal hospital proudly hosts 40 separate kennels for boarding your pets overnight, whether you’re heading out for a long vacation or simply a long weekend. Our pet boarding services guarantee personalized attention is given to your pet while you’re away. If there are specific treats or items that would make your pet’s experience more enjoyable, just let us know and we’re happy to implement these. Our primary goal is to ensure you have total peace of mind while you’re away, and your pet is comfortable and calm during your trip. If you’re planning your next adventure, let us know and we’ll take care of the rest!
*Please note: Current canine influenza (H3N2) vaccination required for all dogs. Bordetella vaccination required every six months. For all other vaccinations, other than rabies, that have never been administered, the initial vaccine must be given a minimum of two weeks prior to boarding/grooming. The final booster can be given at the time of drop off.
For reservations call (281) 394-2355.
Mon-Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm / 9:00am-6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am-11:00am / 9:00am-12:00pm
Every boarder must be up to date on all required vaccinations and free of fleas at time of boarding. Every pet will receive a mandatory Capstar (flea preventative) at intake for an additional $4.95 per pet. If a vaccination(s) has never been administered it is required to be given a minimum of two weeks prior to boarding. If necessary, it may be given when your pet is dropped off for their stay. An exam fee may be charged and, if previously unvaccinated, your pet may be placed in isolation at the current isolation charge. If vaccinations were given at a hospital other than The WellPet Center, the records must be faxed to (888) 281-9442, emailed to [email protected], or brought in PRIOR to boarding.
Dog (Canine): Rabies, DHPP, H3N2 Influenza, Bordetella (every 6 months) and intestinal parasite screen
Cat (Feline): Rabies, FVRCP, Intestinal Parasite Screen
Efficiency condo: various sizes, $28/night
Large Run: 3’ x 6,’ $35/night
Small Suite: 5’ x 6,’ $45/night
Medium Suite: 6’x 6.5,’ $55/night
Large Suite: 6’ x 10,’ $65/night
Pricing: All pricing is charged per night. There is a $10 discount for each additional pet housed in the same kennel. We offer a discounted boarding bath at the end of your pets stay for 35% off the normal bath price.
All of our boarding pets are fed Purina EN dry food unless you bring your own food from home. We accept most food and treats. If your pet is on a special diet, we prefer that you prepackage the food and place it in disposable zip-lock bags. We do not accept any rawhide products, greenies, or items that may present a risk to your pet while lodging. Such items will be stored by the supervisors until you pick up your pet. Personal food bowls and water bowls will not be accepted.
We can administer oral, topical, and/or injectable medications for your pet. Prescription medications should be provided in their respective prescription containers, along with clear written directions. Medications must be kept separate from foods. There will be an additional charge for administering medications while boarding ($5 per day for oral and topical medications and $8 per day for injectable medications).
Please mark all items clearly with your pet’s name. We cannot be responsible for any item left with your pet.
- Bedding: Blankets and similar bedding are allowed. Beds or stuffed bedding that cannot be laundered using our equipment is discouraged.
- Toys: Maximum of 2 toys per pet. Please understand that there is a good risk of misplacing these items due to our daily sanitizing procedures.
Payment and Pet Health Insurance
At The WellPet Center Veterinary Hospital, we feel very strongly about offering our clients options and choices – especially when it comes to paying for veterinary care. We want to make providing your pet with quality veterinary medicine easy and affordable. That’s why our animal hospital offers a broad selection of payment options designed to make working with us more accessible and more convenient for all our clients.
We accept payment for our veterinary services in any of the following forms:
- Personal Checks
- Visa, MasterCard, Discover
- American Express
- Pet Health Insurance
Please note, payment is due in full at the time veterinary services are rendered, unless other arrangements have been made ahead of time. All of the payment options above may be combined as needed, and our staff is always happy to offer guidance and to work with you to manage costs in a way that makes the most sense for your particular situation.
Ultimately, when it comes to paying for veterinary care, every situation is unique. You may find that you could use a little guidance in selecting the options that would best suit your needs. Our animal hospital’s friendly staff are knowledgeable when it comes to financing veterinary care costs. Please feel free to contact us with any questions about payments, pet insurance, and other veterinary services. Whatever your financial needs or situation, we’ll be more than happy to work with you to make your pet’s medical expenses as affordable as possible.
We work hard to make our veterinary services accessible to the pets and pet owners of Katy, Texas and the surrounding communities of Houston, Fulshear, Sugar Land, Richmond, Cinco Ranch, and beyond.
Similar to human health insurance, pet health insurance can help protect you in the event of an unforeseen veterinary medical expense. Depending on your plan and coverage level, it can also help lower your regular veterinary bills as well. In some instances, clients may be able to combine their insurance with any of our other convenient payment options to significantly reduce out-of-pocket expenses. So, not only will those unexpected situations be covered, but even the cost of your pet’s routine wellness exams, preventative care, surgery, and prescriptions may also be covered.
At The WellPet Center Veterinary Hospital, we’ve witnessed countless clients benefit from insurance. Our dedicated pet hospital staff would be more than happy to help you choose the perfect plan for you and your pet.
CareCredit® provides an excellent option to help manage your animal companion’s veterinary care expenses. They offer a convenient plan that requires no payments for the first six months, allowing you to pay off your veterinary bills over time.
Clients with pet health insurance can benefit even more, since CareCredit® will typically cover the deductible at the time of service and the insurance plan may reimburse as much as 90% of the total cost. This means that if you combine CareCredit® with your pet health insurance, you could potentially incur almost no out of pocket expenses at the time of services, and ultimately only pay as little as 10% of the entire cost of diagnosis and treatment.