Welcome to Whitehouse Veterinary Hospital in Whitehouse, TX
Here at Whitehouse Veterinary Hospital, we are your “vet near me” because we offer an array of veterinary services to help your furry animals achieve utmost health. You and your companion animals are our number one priorities, and our staff treats your pets as members of the family. From wellness exams to pet urgent care, your pets will be in the best care possible with our veterinarians in Whitehouse, Texas.
About Our Services
At our veterinary hospital, we offer many services to help your pets stay as healthy as possible in the many years to come. Wellness exams detect ongoing issues early on so that treatment can be provided right away. Other services like spay and neuter surgery keeps the pet population under control and supply a long list of health benefits to your furry companions. We also help you keep a vaccination schedule so that your lovable pets are always up-to-date with their shots. Our veterinarians in Whitehouse can conduct routine dental procedures so that your animals’ oral health is in great shape. Additionally, we offer pet urgent care when your pets are ill or injured. Our on-site pharmacy is stocked to address a wide variety of health concerns. We even provide laser treatments to assist your four-legged friends after suffering an injury or degeneration condition.
About Our Veterinarians in Whitehouse
We have a staff consisting of three prominent veterinarians, Dr. Kirk Reese, Dr. Sara Redding Ochoa, and Dr. Janice Petree. Each one of our vets are dedicated to caring for animals whenever they are in need of vet services. Our doctors are friendly and strongly believe in the benefit of open communication with the patient's family.
Dr. Reese is the owner of the practice and has been since 2003. He graduated top of his class at LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in 1993, and brings his wealth of knowledge to the practice each day.
Dr. Ochoa completed veterinary school at St. George University, where she achieved high grades. Not only is she veterinarian, but she's also a dedicated pet owner herself, so she understands the concerns of the families she serves.
Our part-time vet, Dr. Petree, graduated from Texas A&M in 1997 and has since practiced as a veterinarian, primarily focusing on small animals. When she's not at the veterinary hospital, our doctor is enjoying time with her family, including her own pets, and staying actively involved in the community.