Our Bullard Location
Our Family Vet -- Bullard is the main hospital and surgery center for the Our Family Vet organization. The Bullard location is located at 457 Doctor M Roper Parkway North Bullard, TX, just 1 mile north of the FM 344/ Hwy 69 Overpass. The Bullard location has served the Bullard/South Tyler area since 2001.
Additional kennel space was added in 2004 to meet the demand from our pet clients, which included 18 indoor and 11 outdoor runs, enclosed exercise area, grooming rooms, 2 bath areas, and an isolation ward. Bullard location is the main hospital for the Our Family Vet organization.
Our purpose and our goal of being in existence as a business in Bullard, Texas is proudly expressed in our Mission Statement. We thoroughly appreciate our clients who understand and enjoy the human - animal bond.
Our Mission Statement:
To help families experience the power of the human/animal bond by providing clinical, surgical, and wellness services that will help pets grow healthy and live enjoyable lives with their human counterparts.
Bullard Location Construction
Our administrative staff is currently reviewing remodel plans for the Bullard location. Construction is expected to start in 2018. Remodeling plans will benefit clients by providing a more spacious, comfortable lobby; individual boarding condos for multi-pet households; increased clinical treatment space; increased storage space; increased office spaces; increased employee locker area; and a new isolation ward. Clients will be informed when construction will begin on this website.
Growth Phase: Puppy / Kitten Visits
- Help pets grow and develop a strong immune system
- Protocols are scientific and experienced based for puppies and kittens
- Assist in integrating pets into the family structure
- Initiate heartworm, flea/tick prevention, intestinal parasite prevention
Adult Phase: Canine and Feline
- Maintain good clinical bi-annual health plan
- Maintain strong immune systems from regional disease exposures
- Continue strong effective Heartworm prevention and intestinal parasite prevention
- Continue state-of-the-art Flea and Tick, Ear Mite prevention
Geriatric Phase: Canine and Feline
- Maintain health by bi-annual evaluation of aging processes
- Continue state-of-the-art Flea/Tick/Ear Mite prevention
- Continue strong effective Heartworm and intestinal parasite prevention
- Maintain immune systems based upon exposure to regional diseases
- Protocols based upon patient’s clinical status, examples including diabetes, heart conditions, and chronic renal failure patients
Environmentally controlled indoor boarding facilities
Outside runs and exercise area
Minimum four times a day exercised by staff
Minimum twice a day monitored by a veterinarian
Medicating services available
Saturday/Sunday/Holiday drop-off/pickup hours: 9-10am and 6-7pm
Haircuts, Bathes, Brush Outs, Toe Nail Trims
Each groom includes: haircut, bath, blow dry, brush out, anal gland expression, cleaning and plucking of ears, toe nail trim
Grooming by appointments
Grooming/Bathing under sedation: must be requested by owner
Our Family Vet values the last stage of life for pets, and offers hospice program and preparations for the family of the pet
Planning ahead for euthanasia, cremation services, burials
Pain management protocols
Organizing timing of euthanasia
Support team of doctor/technician for communication and preparations
Contact Us457 Doctor M Roper Parkway North
Bullard, TX 75757
903-894-5950 Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 5:30pm
All pets receive a pre-surgical examination. During this exam, the veterinarian will be performing a thorough check over and listening to the heart and lungs. Sometimes this exam, along with corresponding lab work, may result in intravenous fluids during the surgical procedure. Blood work is always recommended prior to any procedure involving anesthesia. 100 percent of our surgeries are monitored continuously by our veterinary team.
Examples of Soft Tissue Surgeries performed by our veterinarians: Spay, Neutering, Declaws, Hematomas, Mass/Tumor Removals, Laceration Repairs, Exploratory, Biopsies, Hernia Repairs. Examples of Orthopedic Surgeries: Cranial Cruciate Ligament Repair, Medial Luxating Patella Repair, Fracture Repair.
Much like people, dogs and cats need their teeth checked yearly. On average a dog has 42 permanent teeth and a cat has 30. A thorough exam performed by a veterinarian will be able to assess plaque, tartar, gingivitis, and/or periodontal disease in your pet’s mouth. Periodontal disease occurs when there is bacteria present in the plaque. This bacteria can easily be transferred throughout your pet’s entire body. The transferring of bacteria can lead to kidney, liver, and even heart disease. Some breeds specific dogs require more frequent cleanings than others.
Dental cleanings are day procedures, but do require anesthesia. A chemistry panel is always recommended when a pet will be receiving anesthesia. While under anesthesia, heart rate monitoring is continuous. Our ultrasonic dental equipment will scale your pet’s teeth and gum line. Then a good polish follows. After the procedure is complete, some pets may receive antibiotics and pain medication.
Our clinic is fully equipped with an in-house laboratory. This allows for quick and efficient lab results. Our IDEXX machines are able to run full chemistry, hematology, and urine tests.
Digital Radiology / Ultrasound
Digital radiology technology to develop our X-rays. Ultrasound technology is used to check for pregnancies, disease processes in abdomen and thorax, and also used for guidance of diagnostic and surgical processes.
Our Bullard location is open from 9-10am and 6-7pm on Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays. Our weekend veterinarian and team are well equipped to handle medical situations that may arise. During these times, we accept minor and major clinical cases. No phone call is needed, just arrive between the designated times. Prescriptions and pet foods can also be picked up during those times.