SOUTH BRANCH PET & BIRD CLINIC

403 E. BEN WHITE
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 462-0002
Contact: Wadhwani, Savita
Business Description: South Branch Pet & Bird Clinic is a Veterinary clinic serving the Austin and South Austin areas since 1986. The staff here is dedicated to keeping pets healthy and their families happy. With this in mind, we keep our prices affordable and work hard educating pet owners about proper care of their pets.
In Business Since: 1986
Service Area: South Branch Pet and Bird Clinic serves south Austin and region. Our sister clinic Wells Branch Pet and Bird, services north Austin and region.
On Angie's List Since: 9/28/2005
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Office Hours: Mon 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Tue 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Wed 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Thu 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Fri 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Sat 08.00 AM - 03.00 PM, Sun 12.00 PM - 05.00 PM
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Airport | Allandale | Austin - Downtown | Barton Hills | Bastrop | Bastrop County | Bee Cave | Bluff Springs | Buda | Cedar Creek | Cedar Valley | Circle C Ranch | Decker | Del Valle | Driftwood | Dripping Springs | Elgin | Highland | Highland Park | Hornsby Bend | Hyde Park | Kyle | Lago Vista | Lakeway | Manchaca | Manor | Marshall Ford | Montopolis | Oak Hill | Onion Creek | River Place | Rollingwood | Rosedale | Rosewood | San Marcos | Spicewood | Springdale | Sunset Valley | Tanglewood Forest | Tanglewood North | Tarrytown | Travis Heights | University - Main Campus | West Lake Hills | Wimberley
 
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