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Improving Lives
Through exceptional veterinary education, patient care, service, and discovery.

Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital

Small Animal Teaching Hospital (SATH)

Texas A&M Small Animal Hospital entrance

For Small Animal appointments, call 979.845.2351.

Large Animal Teaching Hospital (LATH)

Texas A&M Large Animal Hospital entrance

For Large Animal appointments, call 979.845.3541.

About Us

Small Animal Hospital

We are a teaching hospital within the School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS) at Texas A&M University.

Clinical Trials

Two people examine dog participating in clinical trial.

Clinical trials are approved by the school’s Clinical Research Review Committee (CRRC),
which ensures our patients’ best interests.


Clinician standing in front of a computer for a telemedicine visit.

Our telemedicine program offers visits with clinicians via live video interaction for clients and referring veterinarians.

Hospital Support

Meet the people behind the scenes that make the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) so special.

Outreach & Service

surgery underway in a veterinary hospital operating room

The VMTH is committed to helping underserved communities through outreach and service programs and initiatives.

Compassionate Care

Compassionately attending to the
human needs that arise while teaching, learning, and practicing veterinary medicine.

Featured Stories

Client Testimonials

Betsy Overholser

I can’t say enough great things
about the clinic and staff.
My most recent visit was into the ER;
Dr. Savarino, Dr. Chang, and the
support team coordinated a quick
recovery for Kate, my sheltie.
Thank you, Texas A&M VMTH!

- Betsy Overholser

Wilton Wilton

My review of the Texas A&M VMTH
covers many years of my life as a cattleman.
The staff of students and veterinarians
is highly educated, concerned, accomplished,
and dedicated to successful treatment.
For over 20 years, I have used these services
as a go-to treatment center, for my Great
Pyrenees, as well, and I will continue
to do so. Graduates of this school make
fine veterinarians for the ranchers
of America.

- Wilton Wilton

Noelle Thuillier

Alvin was brought to the Texas A&M VMTH
as a last resort, after our vet said there was
nothing more they could do for his aggressive
pneumonia. Because of your state-of-the-art
equipment and oxygen tent, Alvin was slowly
nursed back to health. Today, he is thriving
and in excellent condition! Thanks again!

- Noelle Thuillier