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Welcome to Amigo Animal Hospital
Call us at (210) 679-5600
Amigo Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital owned by Dr Anna Mata and Dr Angel Tapia. AAH strives to educate pet owners on preventative/wellness veterinary medicine and dental care. We strongly believe that by partnering with our clients, we will ensure a long, happy life for you and your pet. AAH is excited to have the opportunity to provide exceptional veterinary care and look forward to working with all of our patients, big and small!
New To Our Practice?
Amigo Animal Hospital is accepting new patients!
Day Morning Afternoon
Mon day 8am 6pm
Tues day 8am 6pm
Wed nesday 8am 6pm
Thurs day 8am 6pm
Fri day 8am 6pm
Sat urday 8am 12pm
Sun day Closed Closed
Services We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
Make An Appointment We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Schedule an appointment today!
Online Forms Our patient forms are available online so they can be completed in the convenience of your own home or office.
Amigo Animal Hospital is proud to serve the San Antonio TX area for everything pet related. Our animal hospital is owned by Dr. Anna Mata and Dr. Angelica Tapia, who are both licensed, experienced veterinarians.
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