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Welcome to Kerrville
Veterinary Clinic Ltd
Your local veterinarian in Kerrville, TX.
Contact us today!
Large animal services
Our Veterinary Clinic in Kerrville
is pleased to offer a wide variety
of veterinary services for animals
large and small!
Small animal services
We offer a variety of veterinary services including Wellness Care, Preventive Medicine, Surgery and more.
Meet our team
We have a dedicated team of professionals who take the care of your furry family member seriously.
Welcome to your pets one stop, online pet portal. Easily manage your pet’s health online. View medication records, vaccination schedules, medical history, personal information and so much more.
Heat stroke and hot car safety are major concerns in south Texas, especially this time of year. The pets are not yet acclimated to the higher temperatures we are experiencing…
Everyone has heard about the recent outbreak of Canine Influenza in some show dogs in Texas and many pet owners are worried about their dog’s health. This virus is rare with sporadic outbreaks and is spread through respiratory drainage … read more
In the Texas Hill Country we don’t have a “flea season” and with our mild winter we have already seen lots of problems with fleas on our furry friends. These parasites not only cause issues with itching, but also cause more serious problems like blood loss, allergies, and tapeworms… Read more.
Snake Bites and the Rattlesnake Vaccine
The weather is getting warmer, which means snakes are on the move! While most snakes are nonvenomous, there are two families of poisonous snakes, the Elapidae and the Crotalidae, that populate the United States. Coral snakes belong to Elapidae and make up only 1% of all venomous snakebites to dogs and cats… Read More.
What are Heartworms? Q/A
Heartworms are parasites that live in the heart and vessels of the lungs causing scarring and long-term damage to the heart and lungs. Heartworm larvae (microfilaria) are in the bloodstream of infected animals… Read More.