College Hills Veterinary Hospital was established in January 1994 and is owned by Dr. Kim Stewart, a 1989 graduate from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Lori Smith and Dr. Elizabeth Mahoney joined the practice in 2013.
We are a fully equipped veterinary clinic and veterinary hospital in College Station, TX that also serves the Bryan, TX area. We now have state of the art laser surgery to decrease the risk of infection, control intra-operative bleeding and decrease the post surgical discomfort in our patients. Our all-encompassing veterinary clinic offers pet boarding services as well, so you don't have to worry about who will take care of your pets!
Call to set up your pet's appointment today!
24 Hour Emergency 979-845-2351
• Puppy and Kitten Packages
• Comprehensive Dental Care
• Elective and soft tissue surgical procedures
• Weight management programs
• Ultrasonography On Site
• In House Diagnostic Lab
• Pet Boarding
• Senior Care Programs (designed to help your pet's "golden years" be healthy, happy ones)
Our mission at College Hills is multifaceted. First, we will provide excellent medical and surgical care to our animal patients throughout all stages of their lives by offering health care based on each pet's individual needs.
Secondly, we will take the time to educate you, the client, in choosing, training and caring for your pet. We believe that communication is the foundation to a solid doctor-patient-client-relationship. Together we can help you experience the power of the human-animal bond by creating a quality owner-pet relationship that will last a lifetime.
Third, we actively support the education of tomorrow's veterinarians via participating in career education presentations in College Station elementary schools and the CSISD Job Shadow Program for the middle school and junior high students; mentoring 4H students pursuing their veterinary assistant accreditation; the work study program for Texas A&M undergraduates and externships for senior veterinary students.
Veterinary medicine is more than a career, it is a calling. It is truly a privilege to work in this time honored profession and to be entrusted with the care of your beloved companion. We will preserve and protect the human-animal bond, that very thing that led us here in the first place.