Located in Dallas, Texas, Bent Tree Animal Hospital is dedicated to providing quality, friendly care to the dogs and cats of far North Dallas.
Each veterinarian and team member is deeply committed to the health and well-being of your pet. We love animals as much as you do!
Bent Tree Animal Hospital first opened its doors in April of 1984 at Trinity Mills and Midway. As his clientele increased and medical innovations improved, Dr. Kunde built a new, larger facility to meet his ever-increasing needs. In January of 2001, Bent Tree Animal Hospital opened its doors at a new location at Frankford and Vail. Our new facility brought on newer technology and more state of the art equipment. We currently house 5000 square feet of animal health care, including ultrasound, in house digital x-ray, digital dental x-ray equipment, and the newest and safest anesthetic machines.
We are proud to be an AAHA accredited hospital! The American Animal Hospital Association is the only organization that accredits small animal hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada. AAHA-accredited hospitals voluntarily choose to be evaluated on 900 standards. Veterinary hospitals accredited by AAHA must demonstrate an exceptional level of medical care and client service and they are re-evaluated every three years to make sure they are keeping up with industry updates. Click here to learn more about AAHA Accreditation!
We pride ourselves in our highly trained staff and doctors. Our doctors complete continuing education hours, going above and beyond the minimal requirements for certification. Each member of our staff attends educational meetings, offering better health care services to your pets.
Our mission is to be an advocate for each pet by expressing the pet’s needs and providing the client with the best quality veterinary care.
Our vision is to be a leader in our community by improving the lives of pets through technological advancement, preventative veterinary care and client education.
At Bent Tree Animal Hospital, PA, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Bent Tree Animal Hospital, PA
3851 Frankford Rd
Dallas, TX 75287
We are excited to be designated a Cat Friendly Practice by the American Association of Feline Practitioners! Click here for more information on what this means for you and your feline friends.
The staff at Bent Tree is always friendly and welcoming. I have never had to wait more than a few minutes for my dog to be seen. The veterinary doctors are really nice and very competent. I've never felt over-charged or under-cared for!
Feel like part of the family when I go there and I know that everyone there genuinely cares about the health of my pets and that we have a friendship and relationship - not just a "business arrangement".
We are always accepting new patients! Our Client and Pet Information Form is available online for you to download and complete at your convenience. We look forward to meeting your pet!Download Form Here
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