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Become A Client

Just thinking about going to the vet's office can cause a huge amount of anxiety.  Let us help you take care of your worries by guiding you through some of the busywork. 


Step 1: Register
We offer a variety of ways to register with us.  When you call to schedule your first appointment we may either enter all of your information and your pets information, or enter just enough information to schedule you your first appointment at which time we will hand you a tablet so you can enter the rest of your information.  Alternatively, you can register yourself by filling out the form below.  Our 24\7 online veterinary electronic medical records system will send you a welcome letter, a login name and password. You will then be able to add your pet information, upload photos of your pets, request an appointment and more.  This is a free service that we provide to our clients at no cost.


1. Register by calling.

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2. Register now using the form below.

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Step 2: Medical History  
Any doctor worth their salt should tell you that a thorough medical history is the most valuable diagnostic tool available today.  

According to the Texas Administrative Code "Patient records are the responsibility and property of the veterinarian or veterinarians who own the veterinary practice, provided however, the client is entitled to a copy of the patient records pertaining to the client's animals."  While it is customary for a veterinary practice to call another veterinarian's office to request medical records it has been our experience that less resistance is encountered when the owner calls and request their medical records.  

If you are uncomfortable or perceive that you may encounter any resistance requesting your medical records please withhold from requesting the records until your first appointment. In many cases we can proceed without the "old" medical records and obtain a new history from you. 

You may have the previous medical records printed and bring them with you at which time we will scan them and add them to your pet's electronic medical record which you will have access to online, or you may have your medical records emailed to us. We currently do not have a fax, nor do we plan on having a fax anytime in the near future.