Bayside Animal Hospital in Kemah, Tx
Caring Hearts, Educated Minds
Because they are essential, so are we!
We are open, providing curbside service during normal business hours. Please call us when you arrive for your scheduled appointment and we will pick up your pet at your car. Our doctors and nurses will communicate with you by phone to complete all the needed treatments and services.
Bayside Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary clinic that has been serving dogs and cats of Kemah, Texas since 2005. The moment you walk in our doors, your pet will receive the caring and focused attention they deserve. One of our greatest joys is building relationships with you and your pet that will help us lengthen and enrich the quality of your dog or cat’s life. Our commitment to practicing compassionate veterinary medicine and our dedication to our clients and patients make our veterinary services the preferred choice for your pet.
In addition to veterinary medicine, we are here to support pet owners by cultivating their knowledge of pet health care and providing recommendations tailored to their unique animal companion. We believe that the best way to educate pet owners is to keep ourselves informed of the most up-to-date methods and guidance for animal health. You’ll find this belief put into practice in all our services, from our wellness care and our progressive use of laser therapy to our DNA testing and surgical procedures.
We Our Clients
I drive all the way from Atascocita for the care y'all provide. Customer for life! — Heather Reynolds
Friendly staff, great service and Dr. Thornburg is excellent at what she does. A+ Rating — Maria Franklin
Always feel like Quincy receives the best care, and assessment. He's made to feel relaxed, and comfortable,and he gets excited when he realizes he is going to the vet. Previously, at other vets, he was always very stressed. We are lifelong customers. — Geri Vidimos
Staff are always energetic and friendly. They all seem to really like their job and treat our pets with compassion and caring. — Stephanie Rossi