Dr. John Brasher and Dr. Mark Peterson We treat your pets like part of our family! 12661 Memorial Drive (Behind Compass Bank)Houston, Texas 77024-4801 CLINIC HOURS7:00 - 6:00 Monday - Thursday7:00 - 5:00 Friday8:00 - 12:00 SaturdayPHONE713-464-4686E-MAIL(non-emergency only) email@example.com Memorial Town & Country Animal Clinic is a progressive clinic that was created with the ever growing needs of our clients and patients in mind.
The facility accommodates the changing needs in the veterinary medical field. Owner Dr. John M. Brasher is a highly qualified Texas A&M graduate with outstanding experience and reputation. He has been in practice in the Memorial area of Houston for over 20 years.Associate veterinarian Dr. Mark Peterson also attended Texas A&M. In recent years, he has spent most of his efforts working with small animals and has studied the use of ultrasound to diagnose problems and continues to seek more in depth studies in the field.
The clinic is equipped to offer many modern diagnostic services including ultrasound, radiology, electrocardiography (EKG), and clinical pathology. Once a diagnosis is made, we are staffed to meet most surgical and medical needs. We strive to offer first quality veterinary care. The well being of our patients is top priority. Our caring and knowledgeable staff are available to give your pets the time and attention they need.
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Welcome to the Spalding County Animal Shelter home page. Here at Spalding County Animal Control, we have a vision—a vision we believe so strongly, we have made it our mission: Our first and foremost goal is to ensure health and safety of the residents of Spalding County by controlling the population of unwanted animals—domesticated and otherwise. Click here to view dogs ready for adoption. Click Agreement to download the Spalding County Animal Control Trap Agreement.
Print it out and fax or mail it to us. Please do not send it as an email attachment. Second, we strongly believe in the humane treatment of all animals. We put our best foot forward to ensure all animals are provided with adequate food, fresh water, and shelter. We also protect animals that have been fought, maliciously killed, injured, and permanently disfigured. By responding to your calls and through investigative efforts, we are able to charge and convict many cruelty offenders.
How You Can HelpYou can help reduce the number of unclaimed animals in shelters by taking the following steps: Make sure all your animals have ID tags so you will be contacted if they are lost. Get all of your dogs and cats spayed or neutered to reduce the number of unwanted pets. Adopt pets from shelters and rescue organizations. Offer financial support or supplies to shelters and rescue organizations.
Thank you for caring. Feel free to contact us for additional information. Finally, we love to see our animals adopted. That is the most enjoyable part of our job. We have so many adoptable animals that want to go home and be a part of your family. Our adoptable animals are willing to give your family unconditional love and companionship. By adopting out animals to good homes, we have met the majority but not all of our goals.
In conclusion, our main job is animal control. It is our hope that you will see how much this entails. Without your help and your support our efforts are in vain. Please Spay and Neuter your animals!