Call us today: 903-939-9633

15186 Hwy 155 South, Tyler, TX 75703

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Welcome to Noonday Veterinary Center!

At Noonday Veterinary Center of Tyler, TX you'll have access to a variety of pet care services, from regular health exams to vaccinations. 

                                                                                                       Our licensed vet has over 20 years of experience! 

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Your first exam is FREE

If you bring in a puppy or kitten that's less than 6 months old, their first exam will be FREE

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What Our Clients Say

  • Myself and David want to thank Dr Morris, Tucker and Avery for their commpassion and kindness last Friday with Odin and us. 
    You all made a bad day a bit easier.
    You have a wonderful staff Dr. Morris.

    Facebook Review
  • Igby has made an amazing recovery! I have no idea if it is the thyroid pill or liver pill and liver diet food! Karen and I are amazed. Also, less treats.

    B.R., Facebook Review

Upcoming News and Events

Pet Obesity

According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, 53% of adult dogs and 55% of cats in the US are obese or overweight. 22% of dog owners and 15% of cat owners said their pet's weight was normal when it was actually overweight or obese. The "fat pet gap" is the normalization of obesity by pet owners.

Prevention and Treatment of Heartworm Disease in Dogs and Cats

Heartworm can have devastating consequences for your pet, including death. It is especially tragic when dogs and cats succumb to heartworm disease when it’s entirely preventable. Now that warm weather is finally here, your dog or cat has a much greater likelihood of acquiring heartworm just by being outside since the most common route of transmission is a bite from an infected mosquito. 

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