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Welcome to Pet Medical Center

Your Veterinarian in Harker Heights and Killeen, Texas
Call us at 254-690-6769

Welcome to Pet Medical Center

Your Veterinarian in Harker Heights, Texas
Call us at 254-690-6769



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Pet Medical Center is a full service AAHA accredited animal hospital proudly serving Harker Heights, Killeen, Copperas Cove, Fort Hood, Nolanville, Belton, Temple and the surrounding communities! Pet Medical Center welcomes emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. We have years of experience treating serious conditions and offering regular pet wellness care.

We are also proud to offer alternative and complementary care to include animal chiropractic care, acupuncture, and laser therapy. We utilize breed specific health care to make recommendations for your pet based on their breed and age and we have Fear Free certified staff that can work with you and your pet to promote a happier veterinary visit with less fear, anxiety and stress.

We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Please feel free to browse our site, particularly the informational articles and videos. The best veterinary care for animals is through nutrition and problem prevention, so becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your animal’s health. If you have any questions, call 254-690-6769 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our office is very easy to get to -- and you can find directions on our Contact Us page!

Harker Heights Veterinarian | Pet Medical Center | 254-690-6769

501 E FM 2410
Harker Heights, Texas 76548

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Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "Absolutely LOVE this place. The staff and drs are so great, caring and thoughtful. Absolutely would recommend them to anyone wanting great care for their fur babies."
    Kristi C.
  • "Have a dog or cat or reptile? This is the office you want to take your babies to! Everyone in the office LOVES pets! My babies love PMC!"
    Karen M.
  • "I love the staff and the care we received several times from pet medical center… I will never go anywhere else again! Thank you Dr. Jones!"
    Tara E.
  • "I have two dogs and a cat and service is excellent. Doctors and staff are friendly and professional."
    Skylor Williams
  • "This is by far the BEST VET I have ever taken my fur babies too!"
    Eric D.
  • "I LOVE Pet Medical Center! You all are so caring and pleasant and such wonderful people! Dr. Jones is my favorite Veterinarian, and the others I have seen are also very good."
    Verne H
  • "The best pet hospital in central Texas by far. They took such great care of my Nahla during her surgery and she is healing well. Great Staff!"
    Dennisur T.
  • "The experience we have encountered has been like no other....Thanks for your warm Welcome since we are new to the area from day one of our visits the staff has been very friendly and accommodating. Thanks Pet Medical!!!!!!!"
    Baxter T. and Family
  • "Everyone was very nice and took great care of Chopper. Thank you"
    Donna S.
  • "Everything was great!"
    Katie W.
  • "You guys were great!"
    Monique K.
  • "We are completely satisfied with the care for our pets. Without Dr Ortiz we would've lost our Harley months ago."
    Timothy B.
  • "As always...service was great!"
    Danny C.
  • "Great bunch of people. Always very satisfied with my experience and they take great care of the pets."
    Bill J.
  • "Pet Medical Center is great. I trust them completely with my babies."
    John S.
  • "I really appreciate all you do for Mr. Teddy and I - thank you for supporting my little family!"
    Elizabeth W.
  • "Pet medical is a wonderful place. Wouldn't take my dogs anywhere else!"
    Dan B.
  • "Staff are always professional and courteous."
    Pam U.
  • "Great staff and doctors!"
    Diana H.
  • "Love the Pet Medical Center family"
    Lara T.
  • "They answered all my questions & I highly recommend Pet Medical Center"
    Leona F.
  • "The staff was truly professional. I really [like] that my dog will receive the best health care Pet Medical Center. A very friendly environment"
    Harold J.
  • "Great customer service."
    Fawn P.
  • "I thought pricing was reasonable and I wasn't upsold on anything and I will refer friends and colleagues."
    Hillary H.
  • "Great, friendly staff that seems genuinely happy to see my dog!"
    Katy S.
  • "We had a great visit"
    Diane C.
  • "Wouldn't take my dogs anywhere else!"
    Linda C.
  • "It was great. Love the picture you took of my pet. Made it more personal"
    Michele C.
  • "You always take great care of our babies."
    Lori E.
  • "just great service"
    Chris B.
  • "Excellent"
    Michael D.

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