News & Events
Might Texas Dog Walk - 2011
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 21:53

13th Annual Mighty Texas Dog Walkbasketball game 261a

The walk this year was a hugh success.  THSD was able to raise $112,000 for their training program thanks to the walkers and sponsors.  This effort will help many homeless dogs and several in need and thankful people.  The music, food and of course all the dogs were great.   Go to for more information about the Texas Hearing & Service game 268a

Paws of Austin - Pet of the Week
Tuesday, 15 February 2011 11:10

thorWatch a video of Thor, who was recently rescued by Paws of Austin. CTVH's Dr. Theisen has been providing medical care to Thor. Fox 7 Austin featured this video of Thor as their 'Pet of the Week'.

MRI for dogs and cats
Saturday, 15 January 2011 14:33

CTVSH is excited to have the only 1.5Tesla MRI for animals in Central Texas.  With the addition of our second hospital in Round Rock, we were able to add this invaluable diagnostic tool.  MRI scans are used to help diagnose neurologic conditions (brain tumors, strokes, disc ruptures, other spinal cord issues, etc) as well as many orthopedic conditions that occur in animals. In an effort to help the pet community, we allow your veterinarian to send your pet for these special scans.  Be sure to talk to your veterinarian if we can be of any help in the well being of your pet.

AHS Rags to Wags Event
Monday, 13 December 2010 13:15

CTVSH was very happy to be a part of the Austin Humane Society's "Rags to Wags" event this year.  This event helps to raise over $123,000 for the homeless animals of the Austin area.  Be sure to check out the Austin Humane Society's web site for all the details, pictures and information on how you can be a part next year (

Ophthalmology at CTVSH
Tuesday, 10 August 2010 19:11

Central Texas Veterinary Eye Care reopened in September 2010 with the addition of Dr. Laura Barnes to CTVSH.  We are fortunate enough to have Dr. Barnes join us and continue the work that Dr. Terri Baldwin had started.  Please speak to your veterinarian regarding any issues with your pet's eyes.  Together you can decide if a referral for specialty ophthalmology care is needed.

Michelle Huber-Ott RVT helps set-up Radioiodine Treatment Therapy Program
Friday, 02 April 2010 08:38

A representative from the El Paso Animal Emergency Center contacted our Radiologist, Dr. Royce Roberts to see if there was anyone that could help them set up and train their staff for a new Radioiodine Therapy program. Dr. Roberts highly recommended our own Michelle Huber-Ott, RVT from our Internal Medicine Department due to her impeccable record keeping and training. The first year of any new radioiodine program


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