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601 Shaffner Street
Ponder, TX 76259
Compassionately serving Denton, Krum, Ponder, Justin and beyond for over 35 years.
Ponder Veterinary Hospital was established in 1975 by Dr. Phillip Henderson the day after he graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. For many years he provided veterinary care to both large and small animals. Today, the Hospital is owned by Dr. Chris Norwood focusing primarily on small animal medicine and surgery.
Our clients and patients are our friends! We enjoy providing excellent medicine and surgery with the state of the art facilities and technology in our small town atmosphere.
We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. If you want to ask a question please call 940-479-2782 or email us and we’ll promptly get back to you. Our Ponder veterinary office is just a short drive from anywhere in Denton County and with very little traffic. You can find directions on our Contact Us page.
We invite you to stop by, take a tour of our hospital and make yourself and your pet at home!
Dog Days of Summer
It is hot outside, and especially in Texas you never know when it is going to get over 100 degrees. Below are some suggestions to help keep your pet cool and healthy this summer.
1. Always keep plenty of water out for your pet.
Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Ponder and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (940)479-2782 for all your pet health care needs.
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