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Katy Pet Wellness Solutions
Vaccines, Spay/Neuter, Veterinary Clinic
5160 Franz Road Suite F. Katy, Texas, 77493
Phone Number: (281) 574-4985
Fax Number: (281) 574-2587
Here at Katy Pet Wellness Solutions we are passionate about making vaccinations, Spay/Neuter and Dentistry Procedures affordable for all pet lovers.
Our Veterinarian, Dr. Eunice Ohashiegbula-Iwunze, DVM, has over 16 years of experience working mostly with dogs and cats.
Our list of services includes:
All Dogs must be on a Leash and all Cats must be in a Carrier.
A "No Show Fee" of $10.00 will be charged for appointments not giving at least a 24-hour notice of cancellation.
All late arrivals are considered "No Show" and the $10 fee will apply and must be paid prior to re-scheduling future appointments.
All spay/neuter/dental procedures must paid a non-refundable deposit of $25 when scheduling an appointment. 50% of total estimate must be paid as deposit before scheduling major surgeries (e.g. mass removals, declaws, etc). The cost of the deposit will be applied to your final bill, but if the appointment is missed the deposit will be forfeited.
To schedule appointment for 3 or more pets must put a deposit of $17.50 per pet must be paid at time of reservation (over the phone or in person).
PATIENT RECORDS REQUEST:
By law patient records are property of the principal veterinarian facility.
Invoices and vaccination records are provided at time of visit unpon payment. A welcome message is electronically transmitted after your first visit. This gives you access to our online pet portal where you have 24 hour access to secure patient records. All requests for records faxed or will be charged a fee of $1 per page to cover employee costs and printing costs.
All requests for records to be emailed will be charged a fee of $0.25 per page to cover employee costs. Records faxed to a veterinary facility are verified and transferred at no cost to client.
All pets must have an exam visit with us within the previous 3 months before scheduling any surgery appointment.
At our clinic we take a loving approach to pet care. We love what we do, for this reason work does not feel like work!
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Hours of Operation
BY APPOINTMENTS ONLY
Canine Flu Outbreak
What You Need to Know about Dog Flu (Canine Influenza)
Over 131 cases in the Chicago area have been confirmed positive for Dog Flu
(as of April 9, 2015)
As veterinarians in the Chicago area continue to battle the current Canine Influenza outbreak, veterinarians in the surrounding areas are taking steps to help prevent further spread of the disease. Many boarding facilities, doggie day care, and dog parks in the region have been temporarily closed to help control the situation. Veterinarians and other pet care professionals should suspect CIV infection in dogs presenting with persistent cough, nasal discharge, and fever, or in in dogs with pneumonia or clinical signs of more severe respiratory illness. The most common clinical presentation of CIV infection is a mild upper respiratory tract infection including signs of lethargy, anorexia, low-grade fever, nasal discharge, and cough. Twenty percent of dogs have the potential to develop a severe disease course. Dogs with more severe disease usually present with high fever, an increased respiratory rate, and pneumonia.