This is a nice facility, BUT they have not impressed us with the medical care for our animals. First off, we adopted a Cocker Spaniel from the Humane Society who has an undiagnosed eye problem. There is a mass on his eye, so they took a tissue sample of it to get is analyzed in College Station. Well, the report came back with nothing according to one Vet there. I decided I wanted a copy of that report and guess what it read -- the tissue sample was not done correctly so it couldn't be tested! They should have told us that, our poor dog has a terrible looking eye because of this and they didn't even admit to an error. They let us think that there was nothing wrong!
The next thing is that even though we submitted all his paperwork about his shot history, they treated us like we forged his information. They said that they needed to call and verify that we actually got the shots that we said we did, because we could be using our other dogs paperwork as his. We care way too much about our 3 Cocker Spaniels to ever think about doing this.
This is also one of the biggest nickle and dime clinics I have been to. We have talked to several other pet owners and they all say the same thing. You won't walk out without paying for some test, medication or special food. They make you feel like a subpar pet owner unless you buy buy buy.
We switched to another vet clinic and they are wonderful. We had an issue with our belated cat, that BlockHouse Creek animal clinic could never diagnose but charged us over and over without any results. Well, the first visit to the new clinic -- we had our answer! Diabetes.
I am sure that some people love this clinic, but we have had a lot more negative things happen than what is stated above and found better fit elsewhere.