Veterinarian in Richland Hills, TX | Penny Paws Animal Clinic - Our Low Cost Animal Clinics and Mobile Clinics provide our patients with more extensive medical and surgical care at our first class hospitals around Texas.

  • Animal Hospital in RIchland Hills, Texas | Animal Clinic - Penny Paws Animal Clinic is dedicated to providing quality, friendly, fast and compassionate care to your dogs and cats at an affordable price.
  • Visit our Penny Paws Online Pet Medication Shop - This service provides Penny Paws customers and patients an easy portal to veterinary recommended online pet medications and other important items.
  • Boarding Services for your Dogs and Cats in Richland Hills, TX - We provide boarding pets with Science Diet food, but you are more than welcome to bring their "comforts from home" while they “vacation” with us.
  • Pet Emergency Services in Texas | Penny Paws Animal Clinic - For pet emergency services while we are closed, contact Airport Freeway Animal Emergency Hospital or Animal Emergency Hospital of North Texas.
  • Testimonials | Penny Paws Animal Clinic - If your pet is currently a patient of Penny Paws Animal Clinic, please feel free to tell us about your experience. We highly value your testimonials!
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  • Special Vaccination Prices | Penny Paws Animal Clinic - Penny Paws offers special vaccination prices on Saturdays at both of our Animal Clinics as well as our Mobile Clinics to provide affordable healthcare.
  • Payment Options | Penny Paws Animal Clinic in Richland Hills, TX - Our payment options include cash, credit cards, and payment plans with Care Credit. Care Credit offers affordable payment plans for those who qualify.
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    City: -98.3987 Texas, United States

  • Jay J. - HOT!!!

    it is really a nice addition and they should upgrad not only tvs the same princple can apply to almost anything. Its worth it because you dont feel left behind. All that being said only one problem is it runs very HOT!!!!! you can fry an egg on it. I have a VERY QUIET Fan running on it when i watch the tv.

  • Melanie Griffith - She Writes Like An Angel

    Oh my God!! I loved reading this book. Not only does she write the most beautiful songs, she is also an amazing story teller. I felt her heart through out the book. From her awkwardness as a girl growing up in NYC with fears that were very hard to overcome, but overcome them she did! In spades. She goes from being a teacher to winning Academy Awards. She takes us through her loves, her success, her passion and her art. Carole is so beautiful physically, emotionally, and intellectually. Of her 175+ songs that she has written are so many mega hits, I promise as you turn the pages of this elegantly, beautifully written book, you will say, " She wrote that song....and that one? And that one too?". "On My Own", "Midnight Blue", "When You Love Someone", "How Do Fools Survive", "When I Need You" are a few of MY favs!! She weaves a beautiful tapestry of music and life and love here. This is one of the best memoirs I have ever read! Thank you Carole!!! xoxoxoxoxo

  • Cathy Brown - Excellent Tudor read

    I never knew too much about the Tudors prior to Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. After watching the mini series The White Queen, I can't get enough of the kings and queens of England. There are so many interesting characters. The War of the Roses between the Yorks, the Plantagenets, and the Yorks, is just fascinating. This first book based on Owen Tudor is great

  • Manymoonz - Good.. no GREAT things come in small packages!

    Tennis elbow actually turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Yep, that's right. The nagging little syndrome had reared it's ugly head after an extra long kayaking trip we took last spring.. Almost 7 hours worth of paddling! We are avid kayakers but last year was an eventful one so consequently it had been almost 2 years since we had last ventured out on the water. After that day and subsequent days elapsed, my right elbow had become a real pain. I try to avoid taking pain killers but try NOT using your right arm for the weeks, often months necessary for a tendon to heal! Impossible!

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