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3851 Frankford Road | Dallas, TX 75287
Fax: 972-862-3160

Announcing our mobile app and new loyalty program!

Posted May 2016

We are very excited to announce the launch of our free app!  

Our app features our new loyalty program!  Earn 1 stamp for every $100 spent on one invoice.  After 16 stamps you will earn $100 off a future visit!  There are no expiration dates on the stamps earned.  Stamps are non-retroactive and invoice must be paid in full to receive stamps.  Loyalty program begins May 2nd!

Request appointments and refills right from your smartphone!

Receive notifications about important pet health and hospital updates!

Send us a Selfie Shot of your four legged family members!  We LOVE keeping up with our patients!

Download our app at the Apple store here: https://appsto.re/us/zq1Tbb.i or on Google Play at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vet2pet.benttreeanimalhospital and get started today!

2014 Reader's Choice Award for Favorite Pet Services

Posted June 2014

We are incredibly honored and thrilled to have received Addison Magazine's 2014 Reader's Choice Award in the category of Favorite Pet Services.  On June 24th, Dr. Jeffrey Kunde, Dr. Rica Kimball, and hospital administrator, Jessica Ozanne attended the awards party at Table 13 in Addison to accept our award.  Thank you for trusting us with your family pets!  We love helping you keep your four legged friends healthy and happy!

We are Celebrating our 30th Anniversary!

Posted April 2014

Can you believe it has been 30 years?  Dr. Kunde can't!  This month, we are celebrating 30 years of caring for the cats and dogs of North Dallas.  In honor of our anniversary and all of you, our clients, we are having a drawing for 3 FREE Comprehensive Exams for a pet.  Click here to take the short, fun quiz and enter our 30th Anniversary drawing.  From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!  Here's to another 30 years!

Give Thanks, Give Hope, Give Food

Posted November 2013

This holiday season give thanks, give hope, give food.  We are hosting our annual holiday food drive beginning November 1st through December 31st.  Please join us by bringing in non-perishable food items for needy families or pet food and supplies for needy pets.  All items will be donated to Metrocrest Social Services to help our community during the busy holiday season.

October is National Pet Wellness Month

Posted October 2013

October is National Pet Wellness Month and Bent Tree Animal Hospital. wants to help you keep your pet healthy and happy.  The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends that pets are examined by a veterinarian twice a year, since taking your pet to the vet once a year is the same as if you were to see a physician only once every six to eight years!  Wellness exams give your veterinarian the chance to evaluate your pet's overall health and to detect problems before they turn into serious illnesses.

As part of an annual wellness examination, routine blood testing, urinalysis and other tests are recommended for all pets.  Wellness testing helps to establish healthy baseline values and identify problems early, rather than waiting for obvious signs of illness.

We want to take this opportunity to offer you spectacular savings on ALL WELLNESS PACKAGES DURING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER!  Because so much can change with regard to your pet's physical health in such a short amount of time, you can't afford to have your pet miss even one exam!  Call us for more details or to schedule your pet's appointment today!

September is Senior Pet Health Month

Posted September 2013

September is Senior Pet Health Month and Bent Tree Animal Hospital. wants to help you keep your senior pet in good health.  Your pets age more quickly than you do, making it essential that your pet be examined at least once a year and even more frequently as they get older.  Often, pets begin to develop diseases common to their senior human counterparts, such as diabetes, heart disease, endocrine disease and cancer.  These diseases can go unnoticed in their early stages; therefore preventive health care is very important.

The aging process varies with breed and lifestyle.  Additional annual screening for diseases and other age related problems should begin at age seven for most cats and small to medium sized dogs.  Large and giant breed dogs should be screened starting at age five or six.  Check out our Senior Pet Age Chart and Wellness Checklist for general guidelines to follow when determining if your pet has reached the “senior years”.

Wellness testing helps to establish healthy baseline values and identify problems early, rather than waiting for obvious signs of illness.  Wellness testing is recommended for all senior animals as well as any pet exhibiting one or more of the following symptoms: weight loss, weight gain, increased thirst or urination, vomiting and/or diarrhea, lethargy, poor haircoat, or behavior changes.  These screening profiles may reveal that further, more specific tests may be needed.

Your pet’s health is important to us, so we want to take this opportunity to offer you fantastic savings during the month of September on our senior wellness packages. Call our office for more details!

You are going to LOVE our new Petly!

Posted February 2013

At Bent Tree Animal Hospital, we are continuously striving to improve our communications with our clients.  For many years, we have offered the Pet Portal, a 24 hour access to online information about your pet.  We are excited to be releasing the NEW Petly!

Beginning February 14th, we will be sending invitation emails to our clients to activate the new Petly!   Click here for more information!

February is National Pet Dental Health Month!

Posted January 2013

February is National Pet Dental Health Month! At Bent Tree Animal Hospital, we want to share with you the importance of a healthy oral cavity for your pet. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, more than 85 percent of dogs and cats show signs of oral disease by age four. It is not only important to make your pet’s breath fresh and mouth clean, but it is essential for pets to have a healthy oral cavity.  A healthy oral cavity will significantly reduce the risk of infection and periodontal disease, which can affect other organ systems such as the heart, liver and kidneys.

Click here to learn more about oral health and your pet!

Here’s the part that will make you SMILE! Have your pet’s teeth cleaned between January 28th and the end of March and receive a $30 gift certificate to our hospital for a future service! Space is limited, so give us a call at 972-862-7629 to schedule your pet today!