12677 County Road 472, Lindale, TX 75771
(903) 882-4688 (903) 882-4688

Clinic Hours
Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Welcome to Lindale Pet Hospital!

Dr. Koten and staff wish to welcome you to our practice. Our staff is very friendly and intuitive and tries to provide the best patient care we can. We are a family oriented business, and like to treat our patients as part of the family.
Lindale Pet Hospital is a full service animal hospital providing services to companion animals, food animals and equine.
Our services range from preventative care, medical care, dental services, surgical services, farm calls, and during business hours emergency care. We also offer boarding services to large and small animals. 

 

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Dr. Koten and staff offer compassionate and professional veterinary care for your dogs, cats and horses in the Lindale, TX area!

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An Immunized Pet is a Healthy Pet

8/4/2016

It's August, which means that National Immunization Month is here. Just like people, animals need vaccines to protect them from the devastating effects of several contagious diseases. Keeping up with your pet's regularly scheduled vaccines is one of the most important things you can do to ensure her long-term good health. This is true even if she mostly stays inside. Many serious animal illnesses are spread through airborne contact, which means your pet could pick up a virus through an open window. Germs can also spread quickly among unvaccinated pets in places such as grooming salons, boarding kennels, and dog parks.

Essential and Optional Vaccines for Cats and Dogs
The feline distemper shot, also called the FVRCP, protects cats against the serious and highly contagious diseases of Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, and Panleukopenia. The canine distemper shot, also called the DHPP, protects your dog from Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus. Most states also enforce mandatory rabies vaccinations for both cats and dogs.

For cats, Dr. Koten may recommend a vaccine for Bordetella, Chlamydia, Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), and Feline Leukemia based on your cat's lifestyle, breed, and other factors. For dogs, he may advise you to get a vaccine for Bordetella, Canine Influenza, Canine Virus, Leptospirosis, or Lyme Disease. Dr. Koten always take your feedback into consideration when making these recommendations.

Kittens and puppies should start their FVRCP or DHPP series between six and eight weeks of age. This involves getting the original dose followed by several boosters to ensure strong immunity. If your adult cat or dog is behind on his shots, we can get him caught up at Lindale Pet Hospital. We are happy to discuss your pet's vaccination schedule at his next well visit exam, by phone, or through electronic messaging. 

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~What Our Clients Say~

  • "Wonderful experience with my puppy today!!! Dr. Koten is very thorough, kind & patient!!
    The staff is "THE BEST"!!!!! Very blessed to call Lindale Pet Hospital our vet!!"
     

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