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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 Health, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Steve Chen, DVM
Katy Veterinarian | Brixton Pet Health | (832) 913-3800
4611 FM 1463
Katy, TX 77494
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