Pet Medical Services

Dessau Veterinary Clinic in Austin, TX, is the region's top animal clinic for pet medical services. If your pet needs medical care, our experienced veterinarian has the skill, knowledge, and technology to give your pet the very best care. Give our vet a call today.

Pet medical services

Pet Medical Services

Dog and Cat Boarding

Our loving and highly trained staff provide 24/7 monitoring and care. We administer medications and attend to any medical needs your pet may have.

Spaying and Neutering

Spaying and neutering prevent unwanted pregnancies, strays, and overfilled animal shelters. These procedures also offer medical benefits to your pet by eliminating the risks of some potentially life-threatening diseases.


Pet vaccinations are vital to your pet's overall health and wellness because they prevent or reduce the impact of contagious diseases. Yearly boosters are easy to maintain and much more affordable than treating diseases themselves, not to mention the damage diseases may do to your pet's health and longevity.

Puppy and Kitten Care

Puppy and kitten care includes preventative wellness care like vaccinations, spaying, and neutering.

Pet Dermatology

Skin conditions affect your pet’s quality of life and can also adversely affect its mental health. Our vet can diagnose the direct cause of your pet’s skin condition and treat it before it causes further damage or distress to your animal.

Flea and Tick Treatment

Preventative care, like flea and tick treatment, is essential for protecting your pet against harmful parasites and the diseases they carry.

Senior Pet Care

Older pets require special treatment and care for health conditions, such as wear and tear on their bodies, stress, blindness, and other age-related medical conditions.

Pet Microchipping

The advantages and safety benefits of microchipping your pet can mean life or death in the event it becomes lost or separated from you.

Preventative Exams

Preventative exams are critical to your pet's health and welfare. They protect against anything that could cause harm.

Pet Illness and Surgery

Pets cannot effectively communicate when they are ill. Animals are excellent maskers of pain. They’re so good at hiding their illnesses, that you wouldn't know your pet was hurting at all, even if it needs a surgical procedure. Your veterinarian will take great care to treat your pet with love and kindness.

Mastocytoma in Cats

If your cat has a Mastocytoma, we can perform diagnostics, testing, and procedures and comfort it through treatment.

Pet Grooming

Pet grooming is essential to remove bacteria, parasites, and other debris from your pet's skin and fur. However, overcleaning can also be detrimental to your pet’s health. That is why it is advised that you schedule professional grooming sessions for your pet.

Call Dessau Veterinary Clinic for Your Pet's Appointment Today

At Dessau Veterinary Clinic in Austin, TX, our compassionate vet team is available to answer any concerns or questions about your pet's medical care. Our mission is to treat and heal animals so they can live long, happy, healthy lives.

Contact our animal clinic today by phone or our online appointment request form to schedule your pet's medical exam.

Dessau Veterinary Clinic

12315 Dessau Rd

Austin, TX 78754

(512) 339-3177


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2:30 pm-6:00 pm


7:00 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm


7:00 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm


7:00 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm


7:00 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm




Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dr. Campbell and all her coworkers are awesome! Mary remembers how each of my cats react when they come in to visit and even though they are very scared her and Dr. Campbell do everything they can to make it go as smoothly as possible for them. Even if I move out of the Dessau area I will continue to bring my cats here!"
    Izzy Roebuck
  • "Doc Campbell and crew show love and understanding for all their patients. We have used their services since 2005 for our fur family."
    Dora Ann Castro Rodriguez