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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

Upcoming News and Events

Dangers of Holiday Sweets for Dogs

Dangers of Holiday Sweets for Dogs

As a general rule, you should keep sweets out of your dog's reach at all times. According to the ASPCA, if your dog eats candy that's high in sugar, it can cause vomiting and diarrhea. Sugar is also contains empty calories (meaning they provide no nutritional benefits), which can lead to extra calories and weight-related health conditions such as obesity. Sugar-free treats are off-limits, too. Sugar-free candies often contain xylitol, a sweetener that, if consumed by dogs, can lead to low blood sugar and liver disease. Be sure to read nutrition labels before sharing anything with your dog so you can ensure what you're giving them isn't potentially toxic.

It's important to keep your pet away from some of the most popular sweet treats during your holiday festivities.

Chocolate, Peppermint, Marshmallows, Popcorn and Candy Canes just to name a few tasty treats that are TOXIC to your pets!

Dog Days of summer

Sirius is the brightest star in the sky, if you don’t count our own Sun. Under the right conditions, it can even be seen with the naked eye during the day. Sirius is one star in a group of stars that form the constellation Canis Major, meaning “Greater Dog.” It’s no surprise, then, that the nickname of this big, bold star became “the Dog Star.” Here at NVC, we think dogs are pretty great too! Keep your pet cool during the hottest days of the year.

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