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. 

 

Meet the Team!

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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Pets Need Exercise Too

7/8/2016

Did you know that July is National Recreation and Parks Month? Although this awareness campaign is directed at getting humans to exercise and enjoy the great outdoors, it's important to remember that pets also need physical activity. Besides keeping his weight at a healthy level, regular exercise helps to decrease digestive disorders, joint problems, diabetes, heart issues, and other serious health concerns for the animal member of your family.

Exercises for Dogs and Cats
Dogs who don't get enough exercise may engage in destructive behavior to burn off their excess energy. One easy way to make sure your dog gets enough physical activity is to take her for a walk each day. Throwing a ball in the park, swimming, or setting up an obstacle course in the backyard are additional ways to see to it that your dog has fun while getting the exercise she needs.

Cats are naturally less active than dogs and tend to prefer sleeping to movement, especially as they age. To ensure that your cat stays trim and healthy, set aside at least 15 minutes each day to play with him. Some favorite cat games include batting at string, chasing the light from a laser pointer, and pouncing on a toy mouse. Making the time to engage your cat in play also helps to increase your bond with him.

Ask Us for Diet and Exercise Recommendations
Please schedule an appointment with Dr. Koten before making any significant changes in your pet's diet or exercise routines. He veterinarian will evaluate your dog or cat's current health and offer suggestions to get more exercise. If you're still stumped for how to get your pet moving more, remember that we stock a variety of toys for dogs and cats in the Lindale Pet Hospital online store. 

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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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