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Welcome to County Line Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Adkins, TX Since 1968
Call us at 830-253-1041
Pet Emergency? Read no further and call us right away!
From annual examinations to major surgery, County Line Animal Hospital is your number one source for animal care.
Call today for an appointment – we also accept walk-ins.
Farm and house calls available
To save you the convenience of having to bring your large animal to the office, we will make farm and house calls right to your location. A veterinarian is always on-call 24/7, so if you have an emergency call 830-253-1041 and our professional veterinarian can assist you in your need.
Avoid costly heath problems in the future
One of the best things you can do for your pet and livestock is to keep them healthy with routine checkups. With regular exams and medical assessments your animal can live a healthy life for years to come.
Entrust your pet’s and livestock’s health with County Line Animal Hospital!
- Veterinary Services - Animal surgery, internal medicine, critical care, reproduction, cremation services, routine health exams, vaccinations, and dental care
- Pet Grooming - Haircut of your choice, sanitary and summer clips, full hair coat brush, bathing, nail trimming, ear cleaning, dogs and cats
- Pet Boarding - Animals of all sizes, indoor and outdoor boarding facility, pet daycare, flea treatment, dogs walked twice a day, and feeding twice a day
For quality veterinary care, contact the professionals that will care for your pets and livestock. Call County Line Animal Hospital at 830-253-1041 for an appointment.
At County Line Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Stephen Bowman
Adkins Veterinarian | County Line Animal Hospital | 830-253-1041
18174 US Hwy 87 W
Adkins, TX 78101
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