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    At North Star Animal Hospital, a San Antonio veterinarian, we know you have lots of choices when it comes to veterinary care for your pet. We also know you won’t find the same level of quality, compassionate care anywhere else.

    From new puppy kisses and deep kitten purrs to those precious moments with our senior patients, we’re here because we love animals. It’s just that simple. The ability to improve the life of your four-legged friend and help you both enjoy many healthy years together is what drives us. We’re here, not because it’s our job, but because it’s our passion. As a result, your furry companion will always receive the highest level of care possible with each and every visit.

    Our services are extensive, because we believe you should be able to have all your pet’s needs taken care of in one convenient location. We offer flexible hours to accommodate busy schedules and will develop treatment plans to suit your budget. Best of all, we deliver our care with lots of tasty treats and loving snuggles to ensure that we truly win your pet over.

    If you’re looking for a vet in San Antonio or North Central San Antonio, we invite you to give us a try. Call or stop by today!

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