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Acton Animal Hospital - Veterinarians serving Acton, Granbury, and surrounding Hood County TX areas - Welcome to our veterinary practiceWelcome to Acton Animal Hospital! Located just minutes from Decordova Bend Estates, we are a full service small animal veterinary hospital providing quality comprehensive veterinary care services at affordable prices to pets in the Acton, Granbury, Cresson, and surrounding Hood County Texas areas. Our veterinarians offer a wide variety of medical, surgical, and dental services in our veterinary clinic.  We treat all dogs, cats, and small mammals (exotics).

Our veterinary hospital located in Granbury, TX is well equipped with advanced veterinary equipment to provide the highest standard of care for your pet. Our veterinary facility has the equipment to provide comprehensive in-house testing, x-ray, surgical suite, dental suite, pharmacy, and more. In addition, we offer pet boarding.   All this at one convenient location off Fall Creek Highway in Granbury, TX.

Our veterinarians and veterinary staff are committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet owner.   We treat each pet as part of the family.  We work with you to keep your pets healthy.

 

Don't Forget to Book Your Pets for Boarding Now, before it fills up.

 What We Offer For Your Pet:

 

We Now Offer Pet Rewards!

Take time to  browse our website and learn more about our animal hospital and the services we provide for companion animals in the Acton, Granbury, Cresson and surrounding Hood County TX areas.  Please call our office today at (817) 326-3400 for all your pet health care needs.

 

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