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Dr. Raymond Miller purchased the state-of the-art veterinary facility located at 2609 North Velasco in April 2010. Until that time, Dr. Miller had been Medical Director at a Brazosport area, corporate-owned veterinary hospital, but at last, Dr. Miller achieved his goal of owning a vet practice. Dr. Miller is committed to personal one-on-one care for his patients.
At Veterinary Medical Center of Gulf Coast our mission is to provide quality veterinary medical and surgical care to our clients and their pet family members. All of our team members have pets, and we treat our patients with the same respect and compassion our own pets receive. We feel you and your pet deserve the highest quality of medical care, and that is what we strive to deliver.
Our modern veterinary facility is large enough to provide advanced veterinary care and the latest medical treatments, but small enough to offer your pet the personal, individualized care he or she deserves. We are committed to enhancing the quality of care for pets and their owners in Brazoria County.