Denton Veterinary Center
Veterinarians in Denton, TX
Drs. Randy Wuensche and Denna Ingram and their team are committed to delivering the finest care, diagnostics, and treatment for your pet. DVC's up-to-date technology, medicine, and surgery supply the finest atmosphere for our patients and their owners. DVC is a complete-service veterinary hospital. Visitors to this website can meet the team, explore the facility, and observe the procedures. DVC's team welcomes you, thanks you for visiting this website, and looks forward to meeting you.
read moreDenton Veterinary Center sees more pets with dental disease than any other problem. Statistics show that dental disease is the most common disease in dogs. 92% of dogs over the age of three are affected. Although less prevalent in cats, statistics show that 85% of cats over the age of three struggle with the disease. However, scheduling annual pet dental cleanings can add 2-4 years to your pet's life! Denton Veterinary Center's staff and licensed veterinarians are equipped with the latest technologies to make pet dental visits safe and easy.
Microchipping at Denton Veterinary
read moreEach year thousands of pets go missing, and many don't make it back home. The American Humane Association reports that only 2% of lost cats and 15% of lost dogs make it back to their owners. At Denton Veterinary Center we recommend your pet be microchipped as it may greatly increase your chances of being reunited with your pet if it were to stray from home. Your pet needs a reliable form of identification. Even if your pet wears a collar and ID tag, collars can break off and tags can become damaged and unreadable.
Pet Surgery at Denton Veterinary
read moreDenton Veterinary Center performs a wide variety of soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries. To ensure your pet's safety, we provide round-the-clock care and monitoring for all surgical and ICU patients. We perform all surgeries under anesthesia and advocate the use of pre-anesthetic blood work to detect any underlying diseases. With your pet's comfort and safety at the forefront, we utilize pain management protocols before, during, and after surgery, until they have completely recovered. Denton Veterinary Center has a surgical laser - used to reduce pain and swelling after your pet's surgery.
Pet Boarding at Denton Veterinary
read moreLeaving Denton and need someone to watch your pet while you're away? Let them stay with us! Denton Veterinary Center offers boarding services for dogs and cats in our spacious kennels. Our veterinarians and trained kennel attendants supervise our guests regularly during their staff with us. All pets must be current on their vaccines (dogs - rabies, distemper and Bordetella and cats - rabies, FVRCP are required plus feline leukemia vaccine is recommended) prior to boarding with us. If your pet is on a special diet or medication, please bring them with you.
Pet Vaccinations at Denton Veterinary
read moreWhy should you vaccinate your pet? Here is some helpful information to help you better understand the benefits of vaccinating your pet. Vaccinating your pet while their immune system is still young and developing will give your pet the protection it needs to stay healthy. Keeping up to date with your pet's annual vaccines is vital to their health and even other pets and people in your community. During an appointment, our veterinarians will provide you with vaccine education, discussing topics like scheduling booster shots, the importance of returning annually, your pet's history, lifestyle, the prevalence of disease in Texas, your travel plans and dog park protocol.