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About FM 1960 Animal Hospital
FM 1960 Animal Hospital has been a longstanding member of the community, providing high-quality veterinary care to cats and dogs across Houston since 1975. We are proud to serve pets and their families with medical care that is customized to suit their specific needs. Over the years, we’ve served generations of pets and families, growing with you and staying up to date with the latest veterinary standards. Get your pet the care they deserve by booking your next veterinarian appointment. Call (281) 303-5132 today.
Each and every member of the veterinary team at FM 1960 Animal Hospital is a devoted animal lover. We are passionate about caring for your pets and will do everything within our power to help your pets live a long, healthy, happy life by your side. We are proud to serve the community with comprehensive veterinary care and are here for you and your pet.
As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited veterinary practice, FM 1960 Animal Hospital is proud to offer full-service wellness care for cats and dogs. We are open six days a week to help accommodate your busy schedules. Our top priority is your pet’s health and quality of life. Each service is aimed to provide your pet’s with individualized care that enhances and protects your pet’s overall quality of life.
FM 1960 Animal Hospital proudly offers a full suite of veterinary services, including:
Puppy and kitten care
Parasite prevention and control
In-house diagnostic services
Emergency and critical care
Hospice and quality of life services
Doggy day care
Our goal at FM 1960 Animal Hospital is to provide full-service care for your pets at every stage of their lives. From puppies and kittens to aging pets, your Houston veterinarian is here for all of your pet’s medical needs. We make a point of getting to know you and your pet on a personal level, which helps us to better customize your pet’s treatment and meet their individual health needs.
When you bring your pet to see us, whether for their routine wellness exams or because they’re feeling under the weather, our veterinary team will ask detailed questions about your pet’s age, behavior, and medical history to get a clear picture of their health. We use this information alongside our thorough physical exams and diagnostic testing to help us understand what treatments will best benefit your pet.