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Welcome to Callfield Companion Animal Clinic in Wichita Falls TX. We are delighted that you have discovered our state-of-the-art veterinary facility, where we provide just the right blend of skill, experience and compassionate care to ensure that every pet in your household receives the finest treatment and enjoys optimal quality of life. We're more than just a vet clinic -- we strive to be your trusted advisor on all subjects related to animal care, health and wellness. We will treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dedication to quality is an integral part of the Callfield Companion Animal Clinic story. Our two-veterinarian founding team of Dr. Elisa Spears and Dr. James Spears opened the clinic in 2001, and shortly afterward we secured accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association. To this day we remain the only AAHA-accredited vet clinic in Wichita Falls. Our current team of 6 veterinarians and 15 staff members continues to work as hard as we did back in 2001 to maintain the highest standards in veterinary care.
While some veterinary clinics are limited to working with dogs and cats, our expanded team at Callfield Companion Animal Clinic has enabled us to treat many different kinds of pets, including a wide range of small mammals, pocket pets, reptiles and birds. If you're new at caring for particular kind animal, you can rely on select members of our team to provide expert guidance and advice alongside preventative services and treatments as needed. Services we commonly provide include:
Take a look around our website -- and then come take a look around our Wichita Falls vet clinic in person. Contact us at (940) 692-7000 for an initial consultation so you and your pet can meet our veterinary staff!
My family has always taken all of our dogs here, and we've always been extremely pleased! All of the doctors are always super helpful, as well as the nurses and receptionists. One of my dogs was extremely sick with Parvo, and he wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for their expertise. They even called to check on him multiple times, which I thought was super sweet! I wouldn't take my dogs anywhere else in town for veterinary care.
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