Providing High-Quality Veterinary Care Since 1980

Central Texas Animal Hospital has been providing high-quality medical vet care for cats and dogs since 1980. Dr. Daryl Neans, our founder and veterinarian, started the practice in Pflugerville after graduating from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Our owner Dr. Carlyn Smallwood has continued this legacy while growing our hospital’s medicine with cutting edge technology and patient-minded practices.

We have 4 doctors at our animal hospital who practice progressive Veterinary Medicine, including Extended Vaccine Protocols. Our veterinary hospital provides extensive laboratory services, including ultrasound, radiology, and in-house bloodwork. We also provide dental care, surgical services, laser therapy and wellness care. It is our goal to be a well-rounded resource for our clients.

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About Our Veterinary Team

Our veterinary and Health Care Team consists of experienced, compassionate professionals who are trained to provide the best vet care to our patients and the best service to our clients. Many of our team members have been with us for 10 years or more. You can feel good knowing that your pet is getting the best vet care from our veterinarians and team here at Central Texas Animal Hospital.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of pets do you see?

We see and care for cats and dogs of all shapes and sizes!

Are you accepting new patients?

At this time we are accepting new patients! If you are new to our hospital and are looking to make an appointment, we recommend downloading our hospital app and also filling out our New Client Form prior to your appointment.

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When is it necessary for my pet to go to the vet?

Knowing when to bring your furry friend to your veterinarian can make a huge difference in not only their short-term health, but long-term as well. Generally, it is always best to err on the side of caution for your pet, but we do have criteria for both cats and dogs that you can follow to determine if it’s time to make a trip to the vet.

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I'm looking for a dog/puppy trainer, who do you recommend?

We have a few different groups that we recommend when you’re looking to train your dog! You can find more about the different training options in Pflugerville & Austin-Round Rock, TX by visiting our training page! Just click the link below to learn more:

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Do you take emergencies?

In the event of an emergency, we are able to take your pet during our standard business hours and help stabilize their condition so that they can be transferred to an emergency hospital in the area. You can learn more about the steps we take and what emergency facilities we recommend by visiting our emergencies page.

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Do you have a question that was not covered here? Give us a call!