We spend every day celebrating the bond between our “pet parents” and their pets. After all, the relationship between people and pets is a special one and, as Anatole France once said: “Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” We enjoy seeing how the love between pet and parent enhances the lives of both. And this isn’t just wishful thinking; studies have proven that a relation with a pet has true health benefits. WebMd says “A pet is certainly a great friend. After a difficult day, pet owners quite literally feel the love. In fact, for nearly 25 years, research has shown that living with pets provides certain health benefits. Pets help lower blood pressure and lessen anxiety. They boost our immunity. They can even help you get dates.” And while we’re not sure about getting dates, we do know that pets do keep us both happy and healthy.
An Animal Hospital Featuring the Latest in Diagnostic Procedures
In order to keep that relationship going, and healthy, it’s important to keep your pet in top form. Here at Animal Hospital Southwest, we provide a full range of veterinary services using the best education, training, equipment and facilities available. We strive to care for your pet with love and attention to their well-being. We use the latest diagnostic procedures – such as laser surgery, otoscopy and digital radiography – to diagnose and treat your pet.
An Animal Hospital the Most Qualified and Caring Veterinary Professionals
Our doctors attend 50 hours of continuing education each year to ensure that they are informed of the newest and most up to date procedures. Our doctors also pursue additional continuing education in shelter medicine, as we provide free wellness exams to Humane Society and Fort Worth Animal Control adoptions. We regularly deal with challenging cases, even dedicating hospital resources to ownerless rehab cases from Fort Worth Animal Care and Control and homeless strays.
Dr. Morris graduated from Veterinary School at Texas A&M in 1971 and is a member of American Animal Hospital Association, as well as the Texas Academy of Veterinary Practitioners. He has owned and operated Animal Hospital Southwest since 1975.
Dr. Cooper graduated from Veterinary School at LSU in 2004. She practiced veterinary medicine in Louisiana and in an Ohio small animal hospital before settling in Fort Worth . Dr. Cooper joined the Animal Hospital Southwest team in 2008. In addition to her family, Dr. Cooper has several pets of her own and understand better than most that special bond and the importance of good pet health.
Dr. Lee graduated from Veterinary School at the University of Georgia in 1973. He then moved to the DFW area so that his wife could attend the Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Lee speaks three languages (English, French, and Kinyarwanda), has two children, and five grandchildren, and has a pet boxer named Sugar.
Dr. Fauber graduated from Veterinary School at Texas A&M in 1989. Dr. Fauber has 3 children, and a whole host of pets including: A great pyrenees, a cat, 2 horses, and a mini donkey. She also raises cows and goats. She Has always loves pets and truly enjoys getting to treat pets with owners.
Dr. Romero graduated from Veterinary School at Texas A&M in 1999. Dr. Romero enjoys spending time with his Golden Retriever, Aggie, as well as his wife and daughter. He was first attracted to veterinary medicine because of his love of pets, science, and math.
A love of pets, a caring staff, the latest technologies, superior training and state-of-the-art procedures – not to mention your typical grooming and boarding services — make Animal Hospital Southwest the ideal “home away from home” for your furry best friend.