Our Veterinary Services

We at Eagle Veterinary Hospital are a full-service hospital.

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Our Veterinary Services

Eagle Veterinary Hospital is proud to be a full-service animal hospital. We offer treatment and hospitalization for many chronic and acute illnesses such as diabetes, Cushing’s disease, pancreatitis, toxicity, thyroid, and heart disease, to name a few. We also handle many emergency and critical care cases. Besides these situations, below is a major part of the services we provide.

Pet Annual Exam with Vaccines

Your pets should be seen by the doctor at least once a year for a full thorough physical exam. Geriatric pets (those 7 years of age and older) are recommended to be seen at least twice a year.

We offer the following vaccines:

Dogs: Rabies, DHLPP, Canine Influenza, Bordetella, Lepto, and Rattlesnake vaccine.

Cats: Rabies, FVRCP, and FELV

Ask your doctor or veterinary technician about our vaccine protocols. They will explain the recommended schedule of vaccines from when your pet is a puppy or kitten until it is full-grown. A stool sample parasite check is recommended for both dogs and cats every year. This is important because intestinal parasites can be transmitted to humans! Dogs are required to have a heartworm test every year to safely continue with their heartworm medication. It is highly recommended that both cats and dogs remain on heartworm prevention year-round.

Pet Boarding and Baths

Besides the medical side of our facility, we offer a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere for our boarding pets. See our special page for boarding details! Baths are performed with much care and detail. Your pet will return to you refreshed and smelling great!

Exotic Pets

Eagle Veterinary Hospital is proud to be able to offer a wide range of services for your exotic pets.

Pet Flea & Tick Control

Fleas and ticks love South Texas, and when we have had just the right rain, the flea eggs hatch, with millions of hungry hopping critters.

General Pet Practice

Our state-of-the-art facilities are designed to maximize comfort for your fur friends while under our care. Our practice offers general wellness exams and preventative procedures to ensure your pets live long, healthy, and happy lives.

Pet Lab Work/In house Treatments

During your exam, the doctor may suggest lab work, especially as your pet ages. We carry top-of-the-line lab machines to give the most accurate results available. With our equipment, our skilled technicians can run a CBC (complete Blood cell Count), chemistry, electrolytes, thyroid levels, urinalysis, heartworm test, and FELV/FIV test within 10-15 minutes! We recommend lab work for the following services:

Surgery

Surgical procedures include OHE (spays), neuters, tumor or mass removals, ACL repairs, fracture repairs, aural hematomas, minor ocular surgery, laceration repairs, feline declaw, dew claw removal, and exploratory surgery, just to name a few.

We use an anesthetic protocol that is safe and effective, administered according to your pets’ age and medical condition. Our doctors and staff are experts in pain management, and your pet is required to stay overnight to assure full recovery.

Dental

Our dental procedures are performed to perfection by our certified veterinary technicians. Your pets’ teeth are scaled, polished, and sealed. A dental chart is also made for each patient.

Endoscopy

Unlike most private veterinary practices, we are proud to offer endoscopic procedures! Upper GI endoscopy and Colonoscopy are ideal in diagnosing, with accuracy, chronic GI problems. We are also able to retrieve some foreign bodies using endoscopy. This is a quick and safer way than harsh exploratory surgery.
All of these anesthetic procedures are always closely monitored by one of our certified technicians. We monitor the heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature, oxygen saturation, and IV fluid intake.

Pet Laser Therapy

We offer to our healing patients advanced laser therapy. This procedure is a process that helps in the rapid recovery and healing of injuries, lacerations, and surgeries. Studies have shown that pets heal up to 30% quicker and are less painful when laser therapy is applied. Laser therapy is also available for geriatric patients dealing with arthritis problems and stiffness. Did your pet have some extractions during their dental? You now have the option of requesting laser therapy to help gums heal quicker and with less pain. Ask your doctor or veterinary technician for details.

Pet Surgery

Surgical procedures include OHE (spays), neuters, tumor or mass removals, ACL repairs, fracture repairs, aural hematomas, minor ocular surgery, laceration repairs, feline declaw, dewclaw removal, and exploratory surgery, just to name a few.

We use an anesthetic protocol that is safe and effective, administered according to your pets’ age and medical condition. Our doctors and staff are experts in pain management, and your pet is required to stay overnight to assure full recovery.

Veterinary Imaging

Radiology

We offer the latest technology in digital radiographs. We are able to see images in great detail with our equipment, exposing any flaws in the skeletal structure or internal organs of the patient.

Ultrasonography

We offer ultrasound service, which includes abdominal ultrasound and limited echo of the heart. The ultrasound is also a safe way to collect urine for analysis. As a service, we also offer pregnancy checks. Ultrasound studies can compliment the radiographs by showing detail to the imaging.