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Lone Star Animal Hospital was established in 2008 with our sole veterinarian, Dr. Kathy Martin.
Our practice is a full service animal hospital that welcomes both routine and wellness care, including vaccinations, as well as more intensive medical cases during business hours. Our hospital is equipped for all routine surgical and dental procedures. Dr. Martin is a dedicated practitioner in the field of veterinary medicine, and truly understands how important your pet's health and well being is. We strive to give your pet the best clinical care available. Our clinic is a welcoming, clean, and comfortable environment for both clients and patients. We also have a kid-friendly play area in our waiting area.
Please take a moment to look through our website to get to know our staff and see our services. Feel free to call our office at (936)273-1160 or simply e-mail us at email@example.com with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your pet's health.
Our hospital strives to treat your pets like our family.
What's New in 2020?
We would like to welcome Christine to our Lone Star Family. Christine has been grooming dogs and cats in the Magnolia/Woodlands area for over 10 years. Christine will be grooming on Mondays, please give us a call to get scheduled! To learn more about our grooming services please click here.
Our laser has been in use since late 2019, but we want everyone to know how paw-some its applications and use in veterinary medicine are!
Photobiomodulation therapy, also known as cold-laser therapy. This laser therapy is used as a surgery-free, drug-free and noninvasive treatment to: reduce pain, reduce inflammation, and speed up healing.
Class IV deep tissue laser therapy uses a beam of laser light to deeply penetrate tissue without damaging it. Laser energy induces a biological response in the cells called "Photobiomodulation", which leads to reduced pain, reduced inflammation and increased healing speed. Find more information about laser therapy here.
Pet Poison Awareness Month
Pet of the Month!
March is pet poison awareness month, which stems from the Congressional National poison awareness week is the 3rd week in March, which has been recognized since 1961. As part of the veterinary field, we know that our four-legged friends are the most vulnerable to household dangers, and this month we bring awareness to that.
If you suspect that your pet has eaten something potentially dangerous, please utilize the 24/7 Pet Poison Hotline at 855-21-6680.
Here are some of the most common household dangers that our pets ingest.
(List compiled from the Pet Poison Hotline)
Check out our bulletin board at the clinic below! Links below for the information listed.
To enter your pet to be our next pet of the month you must meet the following qualifications;
Your pet must come into the clinic for any procedure that month.
You must fill out a card at the clinic with your contact information and your pets name and place the card in the 'Pet of the Month' box in the reception area.
If your pet wins- they will be featured on our website for the following month after you submitted your ticket and your pet will receive a free nail trim and free bag of treats!
You will be contacted by our staff via the contact information you provided when you entered your pet, to then provide a picture of your pet before the deadline.
March is Pet Poison Awareness
March's Pet of the Month is
March 2020 Winner