A few months ago I moved to Houston. I do not have any family or friends here, so I have had to figure out everything on my own little by little. Since my experience with me last dog was traumatic I had sworn I would never ever have another dog again...then along came Maggie. She was found at a rest stop near Laredo, Tx on 59. She had a loose stomach, a fever, and a tracheobronchitis. I did as much research as I possibly could to find a good vet in Houston, but could not find any references on vets. Then I stumpled onto this clinic. I reluctantly went with my newly adopted resue animal and received the best service ever. From Kathy, the assistant, to the doctor, James Hopper. He absolutely did EVERYTHING in his power to help my Maggie. Unfortunately, Maggie had canine distemper and dispite our attempts to keep her well, she passed on. The amount of comfort I recievied from the staff and specifically Dr Hopper was unprecedented. I will forever be grateful to him and his staff for giving my Maggie the best care and attentions possible. My grief over my loss is a long way from passing, but if when it does pass, I should decide to get another dog, there is no other vet I would ever consider taking my dog to. Aside from that, regardless of all the treatment he gave her during 6 weeks, the bills were more than reasonable. Actually, in comparison to other vets, I thought they were charging a bit more on the inexpensive side. He even took the courtesy to call the Neurologist to discuss Maggie's case without any additional charge. I owe Dr Hopper more than he knows and he will never be forgotten my me.
Pros: Fabulous staff all around and top of the line care.
Cons: Can't get late appointments. Latest appointment is about 4:30 or 5:00.