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Welcome to Katy Pet Wellness Solutions
Your Veterinarian in Katy TX
Call us at (281) 574-4985

Welcome to Katy Pet Wellness Solutions

Here at Katy Pet Wellness Solutions we are passionate about making vaccinations, Spay/Neuter and Dentistry Procedures affordable for all pet lovers.

Our Veterinarian, Dr. Eunice Ohashiegbula-Iwunze, DVM, has over 16 years of experience working mostly with dogs and cats.

All Dogs must be on a Leash and all Cats must be in a Carrier.

A “No Show Fee” will be charged for appointments not giving at least a 24-hour notice of cancellation.

All late arrivals are considered “No Show” and the fee will apply and must be paid prior to re-scheduling future appointments.

All spay/neuter/dental procedures must pay a non-refundable deposit when scheduling an appointment. 50% of total estimate must be paid as deposit before scheduling major surgeries (e.g. mass removals, declaws, etc). The cost of the deposit will be applied to your final bill, but if the appointment is missed the deposit will be forfeited.

To schedule appointment for 3 or more pets must put a deposit per pet must be paid at time of reservation (over the phone or in person).

PATIENT RECORDS REQUEST:

By law patient records are property of the principal veterinarian facility.

Invoices and vaccination records are provided at time of visit unpon payment. A welcome message is electronically transmitted after your first visit. This gives you access to our online pet portal where you have 24 hour access to secure patient records. All requests for records faxed or mailed will be charged a fee for your first 10 pages to cover employee costs and printing costs, if records are more than 10 pages you will be charged an additional fee per each additional page.

All requests for records to be emailed will be available at no cost. Records faxed to a veterinary facility are verified and transferred at no cost to client.

All pets must have an exam visit with us within the previous 3 months before scheduling any surgery appointment.

At our clinic we take a loving approach to pet care. We love what we do, for this reason work does not feel like work!

Dr. Eunice Ohashiegbula-Iwunze
Katy Veterinarian | Katy Pet Wellness Solutions | (281) 574-4985

5160 Franz Road Suite F
Katy, TX 77493

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Katy Office

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 PM

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The staff is friendly, caring, and patient. I needed to treat my dog for heartworms last year, and they did amazing making me feel comfortable leaving her in their care, taking great care of her, while educating me. Since then they have done great keeping in contact to remind me of updates and RX reminders. I don't trust many people with my dog, but she is always happy to see everyone there."
  • "Good vet with reasonable prices. She seems to really want to help your pet and doesn't try to pressure you into tests you don't need like most vets in the Katy area."
  • "Its a small practice, One vet that I know of and a handful of vet techs. They all seem to really love what they are doing and are very helpful. They are cheaper than most places and very easy to work with in pinch or short notice."

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