Dr. Robert Dittmar is one of three members of Texas Parks and Wildlife who were killed while investigating the deaths of two of his dogs. We are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved and beloved local vets in Kerville, Texas.
He left Plano in 1991 to open his practice in Highland Village and has remained there. McCullough graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Dallas and then Texas A & M University in Houston.
He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Texas Medical Society and the Board of Directors of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Texas Veterinary Medical Society and the Board of Directors of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
The llano Police Dept. can be called for any disturbing animals, including wild animals (if they are within city limits), to report mistreated, neglected or unwanted animals.
All pets are neutered or neutered before adoption and receive full health protection and vaccinations. Please include your found animal on the Kerville Texas Veterinary Medical Center website for adoption at (713) 888-467-5555.
Our mission is to educate the community about responsible pet ownership and our mission is to ensure the best possible care for the animals that are brought to our shelter. You can also find us on Facebook by posting about our nonprofit on the Kerville Texas Veterinary Medical Center Facebook page and on Twitter at @ KervilleTexasVets.
Our mission is to provide a safe haven for all people, regardless of race, gender or species. We care for the NE part of Hill Country and provide veterinary care for dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, amphibians and birds of prey. Our mission to rehabilitate and release native wildlife is to ensure the health and welfare of our animals, as well as our community and our neighbors.
You may have seen our rescued turtles in the Tipp aquarium or injured sea turtles in our aquarium. Most of the Dobermen we rescue come from shelters throughout the Metroplex Dallas - Fort Worth, where they are shot and tested for heartworm. All dogs are examined and examined by our veterinarian, vaccinated, neutered, spayed, microchipped and receive all necessary medical treatment before being placed in carefully screened adoptive homes.
Our non-profit organisation, which is funded by donations, works with rescue groups whose dogs and cats are waiting for treatment. Save your pet's life and reduce the number of unwanted pets by donating to CatJazz.org or savepalssave pets lives.com.
The KERRville Texas Vetinarians, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, is dedicated to preventing animal cruelty and abuse in the Kerrville area.
We travel to dog handlers throughout the Central Texas region and drop off the animals at 3 - 10 - 590 - 2627. A nonprofit dedicated to ending animal cruelty and abuse in the Kerrville area by working with emergency responders who can take you in and help you find your home.