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Specialty + Emergency Medicine for Pets

General Info
South Texas Veterinarian Opthalmology focuses on diagnosing and treating eye conditions of small animals while emphasizing preventative medicine whenever possible. We will not overlook the overall health and wellness of our patients. Our board certified veterinary opthamologists, Dr. Andrew Greller, VMD., and Dr. Lynsey Wagner, DVM., with our well trained staff provide expertise and advance training in the diagnosis and management of ocular diseases. As veterinary specialists, we work in conjunction with our clients primary care veterinarians to ensure that our patients receive the best care at all times. We understand the specialist bond our clients have with their pets, and will always do our best to provide a safe, calming and thorough consultation while examining and diagnosing patients. Your pet needs to see an opthamologist when there is an ocular emergency, your pet's eyes are not improving with standard therapy, or the diagnosis includes glaucoma, blindness, or cataracts. It is our mission to provide the most advanced and affordable veterinary eye care available, and to create a welcoming and comfortable service/ oriented environment for the people and their pets of San Antonio and all of South Texas.
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Care Credit is accepted at this location. Ophthalmologists are on call for emergency on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Please call in advance.
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all major credit cards, check, debit
Located near Stone Oak Pkwy and Sonterra. 2nd floor of VREC building.
Stone Oak, Far North Central

South Texas Veterinary Specialist

South TX Vet Ophthalmology LLP - Lynsey Wagner, DVM

Emergency Pet Center

South Tx Vet Ophthalmology Llp

South Texas Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Pet Center

Veterinarians, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarian Emergency Services, Pet Services, Pet Specialty Services, Veterinary Specialty Services


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We ended up paying $4,000 for our cat when they couldn't 'help' him with a standard unblocking. They are now asking me for more money. Stay away from this location.

All about your Money

We took our dog into Vrec Animal Hospital expecting our dogs condition to be the first thing they would worry about, but this was not the case... It was money. We had to pay a $300 deposit before they would do anything with our pet. When that money ran out , they wanted more . Sadly, our dog did not make it that night. The question runs through my mind if they weren't so worried about money and more focused on saving him... Would he have made it. Unfortunately, we we will never know. To make matters worse, the doctor lacked empathy and customer service, he is completely desensitized to customers' situation, which in our case makes us wonder if we would have taking our pup somewhere else; he might still be with us today. He told us our dog died from anaphylactic time is everything. If you don't have thousands readily available to save your dog's life; don't trust Vrec Animal Hospital with their life; go somewhere else!

Amanda P.


way over priced!

First I realize it is an emergency clinic and will be more pricey than a regular vet. Let me give you a comparison thought. What they did for my cat cost $1500.00. My vet did the same exact thing for $400.00. They will keep your pet alive but if you can make it to a regular vet you want to! Unless you want to pay several months salary to them!