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Main Street Veterinary Hospital and Dental Clinic is located central to Flower Mound, Lewisville, Lantana and Highland Village. If you live in Flower Mound or the surrounding areas and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pet, look no further. Your pet’s health and well-being are important to us; our veterinarians and professional team will care for your pet with compassion and skill. We combine modern technology with old-fashioned tender loving care to help your pet feel better, faster.
Main Street Veterinary Hospital and Dental Clinic in Flower Mound, TX is a full-service veterinary hospital offering medical care, preventive care, boarding and professional grooming services. We are fully equipped to handle daytime emergencies, and our in-house diagnostic capabilities allow us to find answers quickly. As a referral hospital for veterinary dentistry, we are committed to helping our pet patients live happier, healthier lives by treating and preventing dental disease.
We are proud to be among the 15% of hospitals accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA.) AAHA-accredited hospitals are required to meet strict guidelines regarding staff, facility and procedures. AAHA accreditation is voluntary; it is a commitment we have made to our clients and patients to uphold the highest standards of veterinary care.
Our family-friendly Flower Mound hospital is modern, clean, and comfortable. We have always had an open-door policy and we encourage you to come by to visit and tour our hospital. You can find directions to our hospital on our Contact Us page. Please feel free to browse our website for more information about us. Our site also has resources and informational articles that enable you to learn about how to take the best care of your pet. If you have questions, please call (972) 355-0008 or email us and we will get back in touch with you promptly. We look forward to meeting you and your pet family!
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