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Welcome to Brown Trail Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarians in Bedford, TX
Call us at 817-282-7371
Brown Trail Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital serving Bedford and the surrounding areas. Your pet's health and well being are very important to us. We take every step to give your pet the best possible care.
At Brown Trail Animal Hospital, we provide a wide array of veterinary services including vaccines, spay/neuter procedures, dental care, laboratory services, acupuncture, laser therapy, in-house pharmacy, orthopedic surgeries, x-rays, as well as feline boarding. Beyond first rate pet care, we strive to make a comfortable environment for pets with dog and cat waiting rooms separated by a large, colorful fish tank.
Please browse around and read about our highly-trained staff, state-of-the art facility, and available procedures. We also have a number of resources such as animal health articles and videos for you to learn how to provide the best care for your pets. For inquiries or to schedule an appointment for your pet, please call us at 817-282-7371 or email us using the link to the right. You can find directions to our Bedford office on our Contact Us page.
At Brown Trail Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Kirk Weicht
Dr. Megan Murphy
Brown Trail Animal Hospital | 817-282-7371
2716 Brown Trail
Bedford, TX 76021
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