The Veterinary Medical Center of the Woodlands Brings Comprehensive Veterinary Care to the Woodlands

By: Emily Arnold
| Published 01/10/2019

Veterinary Medical Center of The Woodlands
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The WOODLANDS, Texas -- The Veterinary Medical Center of The Woodlands, formerly Best Friends Veterinary Hospital, offers full-service veterinary care seven days a week to the community of The Woodlands and beyond. The hospital, located at 26947 I-45 North, Spring, TX 77380, is right off of the Woodlands Parkway near The Woodlands Mall, and the hospital will be rebranding early January with a new name and logo emphasizing their location as the community continues to grow and to make it easier for community members to find them.

Clients will still see the same familiar faces that are just as committed to providing clients and their pet with the most comprehensive care possible. Their full-service staff can support pet patients that have general veterinary care needs or urgent and emergency care, care for exotic pets, bathing and grooming services, and more. The Veterinary Medical Center of The Woodlands is AAHA accredited and led by Dr. Lynnette Bihl, Medical Director.

• General Practice with urgent and emergency care services
• Staffed seven days a week with late night weekday hours until 9 pm
• Offers bathing & grooming services and senior boarding
• Treats exotic pets
• AAHA Accredited

Lynnette Bihl, DVM, is leading the team as the Medical Director and has been treating pets at this location since 1992. She understands the importance of cultivating partnerships and truly cares about delivering compassionate veterinary medicine to her clients and their pets. The Veterinary Medical Center of The Woodlands partners with clients to keep pets healthy and care for them as if they are their own in times of illness. The team is dedicated to making the animal/human bond stronger through education, prevention, and recommendations tailored to their client’s unique relationship with their furry friend.

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