Heritage Animal Hospital is Closing

After many years of dedicated service, we will be closing our doors effective July 31.

As much as we wish to continue providing exceptional care to your beloved pets, we regret to inform you that we have encountered unforeseen challenges in finding a suitable doctor addition to support our clients and patients. We understand that this news may be disheartening, and we want to assure you that this decision was not made lightly.

Because your pet’s health is our top-priority, we have arranged for your pet’s medical records to be seamlessly transferred to the Veterinary Clinic of Pearland, located just 6.5 miles away. We are confident that the team at the Veterinary Clinic of Pearland will provide the same high-quality care that you and your pets have come to expect.

 As a token of appreciation for your continued trust and support, you will receive $25 off your first visit at the Veterinary Clinic of Pearland. To learn more about Veterinary Clinic of Pearland, click here.  If you have questions regarding this transition, please call us at (281) 482-2003.

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