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We're happy to welcome you to our official website here at Family Pet Hospital of Stone Oak, where your trusted vet in San Antonio is ready to help your furry family members thrive. Our team genuinely loves pets, and we would love the opportunity to help your pets enjoy happy, healthy, comfortable lives for many years to come. From preventative pet exams and pet vaccinations to major pet surgeries and emergency treatment, your best friend is among friends here!
Our entire team at Family Pet Hospital of Stone Oak, starting from our receptionists to our Veterinarians, adhere to the highest standards of professionalism and compassionate care. You can rest easy knowing that your best friend is in skilled, experienced hands with any veterinarian in our hospital. We first opened the clinic's doors in 1998, building long-lasting relationships in the community while also establishing our ongoing work with several local animal support organizations in order to further the exceptional animal care we provide. Dr. Carolyn Stewart & Dr. Michael Woolley have practiced with us since 1998, working tirelessly to support the high veterinary standards that make us so popular among San Antonio pet owners.
We aim to serve as your pet's primary care provider for life. That's why we offer such varied services as:
Regular pet exams and pet vaccinations can all help preserve your pet's good health. Spay and neuter surgery is also a wellness procedure, preventing reproductive cancers.
We provide microchipping services to help your missing pet get reunited with you.
Your pet will always have access to high-quality pet dental care, from routine examinations and cleanings to the treatment of painful conditions.
In addition to spay and neuter surgery, we can perform orthopedic reconstruction surgery, emergency surgery, tumor excisions and internal organ surgery.
Your pet will be treated like royalty when you board him here with us -- and he'll also be able to get the veterinary care he needs while you're away. Our grooming services are another task we take off your hands, administering important health benefits in the process.
When disaster strikes, come to us. We can treat emergency and urgent-care situations quickly and effectively. We even maintain intensive care facilities.
Your vet in San Antonio can treat all kinds of pain as well as acute, chronic and age-related issues throughout your pet's life.
Our veterinary clinic is convenient to access by either 1604 or 281 -- so don't be a stranger. Once you've explored this website to learn more about the many ways we can enhance your pet's well-being, click on "Request Appointment" or give us a call at (210) 495-2722 to arrange for an initial visit!
19355 Stone Oak PkwyDr. Michael Woolley| Dr. Carolyn Stewart
San Antonio Veterinarian | Family Pet Hospital of Stone Oak | (210) 495-2722
San Antonio, TX 78258
Dr. Woolley has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years.
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