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Welcome to Lakewood Forest Veterinary Hospital! We are a full service small animal hospital that has been providing high quality and compassionate care for your companion animal for 40 years. Maximizing the health and well-being of your pet through preventative medicine and early detection of disease is our primary goal. We offer surgery, diagnostics, dentistry , therapeutic laser, hospitalized care and vaccines as well as boarding and grooming.
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At Lakewood Forest Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Houston Veterinarian | Lakewood Forest Veterinary Hospital | (281) 376-1172
11802 Louetta Rd
Houston, TX 77070
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I like this vet a lot. Dr. Bourland always takes the best of care with my little dog. She diagnoses with common sense and gives the right medicines when appropriate. All the vet techs and assistants love animals, too, and take the very best of care when I go to the vet or when I board my dog.
When boarded, my dog is well-taken care of. The dogs are separated by size for exercise time. They get to play together on grass with supervision. This is much better than a cement yard.
They also have Doggie Daycare, although I have never used that service.
Parking is easy and wait times are minimal. I recommend Dr. Bourland and her staff to anyone needing a vet.
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