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Firehouse Animal Health Center in Austin, Texas is a full-service veterinary clinic providing first-class veterinary care and customer service. We offer a complete range of general medical and surgical services for dogs and cats. Pet wellness programs include health examinations, diagnostic testing, surgeries, dental care and vaccinations.
Our Austin animal hospital is open, inviting and modern. Firehouse Animal Health Center is equipped with top of the line equipment to assist in diagnosing and treating every pet with the highest quality of care.
Firehouse Veterinarians treat disease and injuries, provide prescription products and if necessary refers pet patients to a network of high quality, pre-screened specialists. Our veterinary team approach is collaborative – we will act as an advocate for your pets’ health care issues, and we will make decisions as a whole. Through any challenges, we remain with you – guiding and coordinating care as much as possible.
Dr. John Faught
Austin Veterinarian | Firehouse Animal Health Center | 512.765.9009
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