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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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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

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