Pet Vet Animal Hospital
Dr. Moore opened his first veterinary clinic in 1976 at Royal Lane and Webb Chapel. It was known as Webb Royal Animal Clinic. In 1998 Dr. Moore relocated to Forest Lane and renamed his practice Northwest Dallas Animal Clinic.
Dr. Moore opened Pet Vet Animal Hospital in August, 2006 as a second location seeing patients at both locations. Then in Janurary 2008, Dr. Moore merged Northwest Dallas Animal Clinic into Pet Vet Animal Hospital on Midway Road at LBJ Freeway.
In addition to traditional veterinary services, grooming and boarding for both dogs and cats is available. To provide comfort and security for cats, their boarding room is separated from the dogs.
UNIQUE OFFER ONLY FOR OUR PUPPIES AND KITTENS
Free spays and neuters are given to our puppy and kitten patients that get exams, tests, parasite treatments, and vaccinations at our hospital.
This unique service offers the TRIPLE WIN. You, as the pet owner, get FREE SURGERY, your pet gets everything it needs for EXCELLENT HEALTH, and we get a NEW PATIENT. Call for an appointment for your pet's exam and to take advantage of this offer.
- Advanced Surgical Procedures
- Behavior Consultations
- Diagnostic Services on site
- Diagnostic Ultrasonography
- Dietary and Nutritional Counseling
- Doggy Day Care
- Elective Surgeries and Orthopedics
- Examinations, Vaccinations, Surgery and Medicine
- Geriatric Care
- Medical Diagnostics and Hospitalized Treatment
- Pet Food and Supplies
- Pregnancy Ultrasonography
- Routine Health Examinations
- Routine Surgeries
- Small Animal Medicine and Surgery for Cats and Dogs
Dr. Moore is an excellent and experienced veterinarian having been in practice for over 39 years (in this neighborhood since 1976).
One of his very best skills is in diagnosing and treating skin diseases. His additional education, training and experience provides the remedy for most diseases that affect your pet's skin.
Another of Dr. Moore's skills is managing the health of older pets. He appreciates the senior pet and has the skill and tools to help them age well.
Cats are another area where Dr. Moore excels. He has two cats of his own and really enjoys seeing your feline family members. Cats need regular exams. They are very good at hiding their diseases.
Resolving pet behavior issues are also one of Dr. Moore's skills. Behavioral consultations will many times resolve a problem behavior.
Pet Vet Animal Hospital
At Pet Vet Animal Hospital we maintain a fully automated laboratory for blood analysis. Diagnostic test results can be available within an hour of the exam to allow for more rapid diagnosis and treatment. Critical patients can be effectively monitored as well through our on-site lab.
Routine and advanced surgeries are available. We have a completely equipped surgical suite. Both isoflurane and sevofluane gas anesthesia are available for pet safety and comfort. Pre and post-op pain medication is available.
Lonnie D Moore, DVM
Dr. Moore is a 1972 graduate of Oklahoma State University where he received both a degree as Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and a B.S. degree from the College of Agriculture. While at OSU, Dr. Moore received the Presidential Honor Award, membership in Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Zeta honorary fraternities for academic achievement.
As a student, Dr. Moore was an active member of FarmHouse social fraternity. He served as president of the veterinary student AVMA and was chosen chairman of the annual open house for the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Moore and his wife Jean have been married 40 years. They have 2 cats, Jade and Baby Girl, and a dog Ruby. Dr. Moore and Jean are members of Preston Hollow United Methodist Church where they sing in the choir.
Dr. Moore has served in many leadership positions at PHUMC including Administrative Board Chairman and Stewardship Campaign Chairman. In addition, Dr. Moore has been a long time member of Professional Referrals of Dallas and the Dallas Business Association and has served both groups as President.
Dr. Moore is also a member of the Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association and The American Veterinary Medical Association.
LaDina Raley, Groomer
My Name is Dina Raley, and I will be your new pet groomer at Pet Vet Animal Hospital. A little info about me and my philosophy for grooming all breeds of dogs and also cats. I graduated from the VTI School of Grooming in Dallas TX in 1987 where I was instructed in all breed dog and cat grooming by Della Highly. My grooming career began upon graduation. I have been a groomer for 24 years and I am well versed in all aspects of pet grooming for both dogs and cats. In the late 90’s I worked for Dr. Lonnie Moore right up until the birth of my daughter.
Pet Vet Grooming provides a safe, positive and caring grooming experience for your furry companion(s). All grooming takes place in my state-of-the-art grooming area located inside Pet Vet Animal Hospital. Dr. Moore and his trained staff as well as I will provide your companions with the convenience of professional grooming as well as easy access to any veterinary or boarding services your pet may require during your visit. The whole grooming experience is a special time for your furry companion. Pets are living feeling beings who know what is going on around them. I try to make every effort to ensure a positive experience for your furry companion,