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And when they’re happy, you’re happy. Our veterinary services, boarding, grooming, and doggy day camp are all designed to optimize your pet’s health and well-being, giving you peace of mind. You’ll benefit from a team of professionals who know you and your pet personally and go above and beyond to make both of you smile.
At Brixton Pet Hospital & Resort, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Steve Chen, DVM
Katy Veterinarian | Brixton Pet Hospital & Resort | (832) 913-3800
4611 FM 1463
Katy, TX 77494
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Free first day Doggy Day Camp
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