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Welcome to Town East Galloway Animal Clinic

Your Choice Veterinarians in Mesquite, Sunnyvale and Balch Springs

Town East Galloway Animal Clinic is a family owned full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Mesquite, TX. The professional and courteous staff at Town East Galloway Animal Clinic seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients.

As your local choice veterinarian in Mesquite, the team at Town East Galloway Animal Clinic has been working to keep pets healthy for over 30 years. We are proud to offer safe, friendly and advanced vet care services for your household pets. With a strong focus on preventative care and family education, we are dedicated to helping your beloved pets lead longer and happier lives.

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Our experienced and caring staff is happy to work with animals of all different ages and temperaments. From routine checkups to necessary procedures, overnight stays and grooming, our full-service Mesquite animal hospital will treat your family pets with care and respect.

We would love for our feline clients to enjoy our new cat waiting area. This area is utilized specifically for our feline friends to ensure that they experience the least amount of stress as possible. Please feel free to use the side door as your entrance point, just be careful there is a step up into the building. We look forward to seeing you and your cats enjoying this space!


Veterinary Care Services

We offer a wide range of veterinary care services to better meet the needs of our patients and their families. With years of combined experience and a dedication to utilizing the most cutting edge technology, you can rest easy knowing that your pet will receive the highest quality of care at our animal hospital.

Our dedicated staff believes that preventative care is the best way to make sure that your family pets live a long, healthy and happy life. With routine wellness exams, we can keep track of your pet’s health profile as they age and catch any serious conditions early on. Wellness exams with our veterinarians include an evaluation of all your pet’s major organ systems, insight into their behavioral patterns, appetite, exercise habits and general temperament.

If your pet seems healthy, we may recommend annual visits to track their health. However, this may be a great time to complete any further diagnostic testing. If our team has any concerns, we will work closely with you to design a treatment plan that works well with your pet’s lifestyle needs and your family’s budget.

Town East Galloway grooming is led by Mindy Hambleton. Mindy has been grooming pets for over 27 years and loves making dogs look and feel great.

Keeping your pets properly groomed is one of the easiest ways to improve their quality of life. With regular washing, nail trimming and brushing, we can easily encourage healthy skin and coats for all of your family pets. Additionally, our friendly team is proud to offer boarding services for your pets in a safe and caring environment. Whether they need a safe place to stay overnight or while you’re away on vacation, you can rest easy knowing they’re safe with us!

With advances in medicine, our family pets can now live longer and healthier lives thanks in part to vaccines. Vaccinations are designation to help protect your pets from deadly diseases and infections. It is important to keep your family pets up-to-date on their vaccinations to keep them protected from a variety of different threats as they age. Some of the common vaccines offered at our Mesquite animal hospital include.

Common Dog Vaccines

    • Rabies
    • Parvo
    • Distemper
    • Hepatitis
    • Para-Influenza
    • Bordatella
    • Influenza

Common Cat Vaccines

    • Rabies
    • Herpesvirus (FHV-1)
    • Feline calicivirus
    • Distemper

Just like their owners, your family pets need regular dental exams to make sure that their teeth and mouths are healthy. Over time, bacteria and plaque build up can cause bad breath, gum disease, tooth decay and even tooth loss. With regular dental screenings and good dental hygiene, it is possible to prevent common dental issues and make sure that your pet's teeth stay healthy as they age.

Want more information on the veterinarian services we provide to Mesquite, Sunnyvale and Balch Springs residents? Call (972) 613-9871 or visit us online today to schedule an appointment!

At Town East Galloway Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like they are our own


Dr. Joe Quinn | Dr. Michelle Quinn | Dr. Leah Lobnitz
Dr. Christina Gietema | Dr. Stephanie Williams

Mesquite Veterinarian | Town East Galloway Animal Clinic | (972) 613-9871

2860 N Galloway Ave
Mesquite, TX 75150 4861

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Our Locations

Office Hours

After Hrs Emergency: 972-226-3377

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

  • "Best clinic ever <3 was my first visit with my angel. Staff and doctors were perfect I will always go to them if I have a problem with my husky :)"
    Raymark J.
  • "Always a positive experience! My dogs snarled at their last vet, now they are excited to see her. Such a calm environment for all pets. They genuinely care about your animals."
    Jen G.
  • "The staff was very efficient and knowledgeable. Also super friendly as well. My Doberman needed several things addressed all at once. Everything was taken care of and she is doing great. I just moved to Mesquite and had no clue where to find a Vet. This was a good choice for my Dog(s). Thanks, guy's !!! 😊"
    Wendy H.

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