Dr. Mixon is currently featured as San Antonio’s Home Town Expert on Fox 29 Daytime @ Nine!!!
Dr. Mixon will be on Channel 29 Daytime at 9am on September 9th to talk about the importance of annual blood screening and how it can identify early signs of illness and/or diseases in your pet.
Now featuring Dr. Mixon on Youtube!!!
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Statement of Philosophy
It is the philosophy of this practice to strive to exceed the expectations of our patients, clients and staff. This will be achieved by offering the best quality veterinary care and service, that we are able to provide, to all those who enter our hospital. Texas Veterinary Hospital will strive to provide a professional environment that fosters teamwork and educational development for its staff.
Excellence: in medicine and service.
Education: of clients and staff.
Compassion: for all creatures.
We want our animal companions to live their best lives and our human clients to have peace of mind when they choose our hospitals
Dental health in our pets is one of the aspects of their overall health over which pet owners can have the greatest influence. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, over 80% of dogs and 70% of cats develop gum disease by the time they are 3 years old. Left untreated, gum disease will progress to periodontal disease – inflammation and infection of not only the gums, but the teeth themselves and even the bone. Read More…
Equipped to handle both routine and more complex surgical procedures, Texas Veterinary Hospitals offers safe and comfortable pet surgery. Exceptional skill, dedication, and solid pre- and post-operative protocols ensure a positive outcome for our patients. Our experienced staff veterinarians perform almost any surgical procedure your pet might need. Read more…
Our team is equipped to handle all urgent care needs, such as lacerations, fractures, trauma (dog bites, hit by car), vomiting, diarrhea, coughing, difficulty breathing, seizures, poisoning, shock, low blood sugar (common in toy breed puppies), anemia and others. We have full laboratory diagnostic services, including chemistry profile analysis, complete blood cell counts, electrolyte analysis, urinalysis, fecal examination and parvovirus tests. Read more…
While we often see your pets for obvious surface problems, there are numerous health issues that can develop that we can’t immediately see, so our team of veterinarians have to collect information from a patient’s history, clinical signs, blood work and other diagnostics. Whether it’s running a urinalysis to differentiate between a urinary tract infection and diabetes and kidney problems, to x-rays to evaluate the heart and lungs in a pet with a coughing problem, to blood work to see what things might be or definitely are not wrong in a pet who just is not acting right, Read more…