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We Believe Pet Care Means Caring for Pets Like We Do Our Own

Our mission is to support and nurture the special bond between our human clients and their pets by helping make sure our patients live lives that are as healthy and happy as possible. We treat each and every pet as if it were own and we do our best to treat their owners with the same compassion we expect.

At Angleton Veterinary Clinic we strive to give 110% to you and your pet. Led by Dr. Sherry D. (Dodson) Clark, we support you and your pet during the good times and the difficult times. We understand the special role your animal plays in your life, so we not only treat his or her health issues, we also do what we can to prevent them.

We serve mostly dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets. And we believe in extensive continuing education and maintaining up-to-date equipment.

Contact us to schedule your appointment today. We are here to provide you and your pet with quality service in Angleton and surrounding areas.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Regular Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Trust Dr Sherry with the lives of my babies. She and her staff are amazing. Woudn't go anywhere else!"
    Eileen Jackson Linnett
  • "They are there for you and your pet. If your family needs it they suggest it but don't try to sell add one for profit. Doc Sherry has stayed in Angleton while others have come and gone."
    StellaScout Henry
  • "We absolutely love Dr. Sherry and her Staff. We highly recommend her to anyone who is looking for a new Vet. We trust her 100 % with our Bulldren, hands down the Best Veterinary Clinic!"
    Rachel Zewald
  • "We are very happy with everyone and are able to trust Dr. Dodson completely. Gentleness, compassion, genuine caring about your fur family member is what you will find."
    Bobbi Adkins
  • "Best place to take your fur babies! Compassionate beyond words!
    Sherry is the best and her staff rock!"
    Liz Figueroa Sardelich
  • "Had an amazing 1st time visit. She was excellent with my dogs. I will definitely be drive 2 hours for the vet from now on!!!"
    Bubba N Amy Schroeder
  • "Love Dr Dodson so does my puppy. She takes her time, answers all questions, super caring and sweet. I give my highest recommendation. ( and I don't do that often )"
    Melissa Adams
  • "My boy is getting old and on meds. I switched vets after 11 years and couldn't be happier. Doc Sherry is awesome and so is the staff."
    Ray Richie
  • "My dogs are my family and Dr. Dodson is an extension of this family, as well as her staff. They are friendly and so helpful. When my husband was in the hospital indefinitely, they boarded my babies without hesitation. My dogs actually love to go see Dr. Dodson. They always knock her down, happy to see her! THE BEST VET STAFF EVER!"
    Betty Hoots Nolan
  • "We needed a vet when we were on the road, over 500 miles from home. Dr. Clark and her staff took excellent care of us and our dogs! They were very professional and caring. Thank you so much! You guys rock!!"
    Lori Peck Herbel
  • "Dr. Dodson has a big heart for every fur baby that comes to see her. Can't thank her enough for the care she always gives to our three babies. Her staff is amazing as well with the care and attention they give."
    Katherine Clark Schultz
  • "Does your vet get on the floor with your small pet? Doc does! No getting plopped on a cold exam table unless it's absolutely needed. NoNo had a fine time at his vet visit....well, until that rabies shot. Not a fan.
    Excellent, experienced vet techs, too. We appreciate knowing the people who are handling our pups behind the scenes. (Thanks, James!)"
    Becky Pulling Gaconnet
  • "I highly recommend Dr Dodson at Angleton Veteninary Clinic. We have 4 dogs and 2 cats so we are there a lot. They treat us like family every time we go! The staff is great! Why go anywhere else?"
    Joy Miller
  • "I absolutely love them!! They treat me and my dogs so well!!
    They are very knowledgeable and compassionate!!
    If you have a budget they will work with you!!"
    Brittany McDaniel
  • "Amazing staff and they took such great care of my 3 dogs. I am very pleased with their services."
    Tuesday Sowers
  • "These are the kindest and most caring people ever. I have used them for years and would recommend them above all other clinics. Dr Sherry and her staff go above and beyond to help, comfort, and console when needed. I thank them for all they do!"
    Judi Evans LeCompte

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