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 Welcome to
Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital

      Dr. Susan Fritz and her team are committed to bringing you and your pets better health by practicing the science of Veterinary Medicine. Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital is a full-service Small Animal Hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of quality and compassion in veterinary care.  Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital offers the Fredericksburg animal community emergency veterinary services in addition to standard medical, surgical, and dental veterinary care. Because we have an in-house pharmacy, lab, and radiology our facility enables you to make one stop for your pet's medical care. We are open for appointments during normal business hours as well as Saturdays.

 Susan Fritz 

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!

Our holiday hours are as follows:

THANKSGIVING:

WED 21st             8:00-4:00

THURS 22nd         CLOSED

FRI 23rd             9:00-4:00

  SAT 24th            9:00-12:00 

On Wednesday the 21st we ask that you have your pet dropped off to board no later than 3:30.  If your pet is not a regular boarder with us, we ask that you bring proof of vaccinations with your pet or fax them to the clinic at 830-997-2426 no later that November 20th.

Time will be short that day and there will be no time for us to call and verify vaccinations from other clinics. Without proof of vaccinations when dropping off, your pet will need to be re-vaccinated.

CHRISTMAS:

SUNDAY 23rd 

Pick Up & Drop Off Times

9:00-9:15 & 4:00-4:15 

MON 24th         9:00-11:00

TUES 25th        CLOSED

    WED 26th        8:00-4:00 

 

If your pet is not a regular boarder with us, we ask that you bring proof of vaccinations with your pet or fax them to the clinic at 830-997-2426 no later that December 19th.

Time will be short that day and there will be no time for us to call and verify vaccinations from other clinics. Without proof of vaccinations when dropping off, your pet will need to be re-vaccinated.

SANTA IS COMING!!

December 13th

4:00-6:00 p.m.

Please bring your pets or just yourself and join us for photos with Santa, refreshments & fun. There will be a chance to register for prize drawings for your pet. We hope to see you there!!

 

             

                                 

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "They're the best. They took my dog in immediately when she got good stuck in her throat. My Vet office said they couldn't get me in for 3 days. She told me to call someone else. She said if it was blocked she wouldn't make it till then."
    - Sherry L. / Fredericksburg, TX

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