Our Services

Fair Pricing and Open Communication

Veterinary Care for Large and Small Animals

We offer a variety of prevention and treatment options for animals large and small. Our most common Seguin veterinary service patients include dogs, cats, cattle and equine. We also have the ability to treat pigs, sheep and goats with most of our large-animal treatment options. Our veterinarian and office staff focuses on kind, compassionate care while maintaining open communication and fair pricing every time.

In some instances, we may not be able to treat your animal. This could be due to an after-hours emergency, or it may be something surgical that requires a specialist to provide treatment. In cases of off-hour emergencies, we have contingencies in place so you can visit a trusted veterinary hospital. If your animal needs a specialist, we offer referrals to veterinarians we trust.

Small Animals

  • Puppy and kitten exams, vaccines, deworming, parasite screens, heartworm and parasites preventatives
  • Adult dog and cat annual exams, vaccines, deworming, parasite screens, heartworm and parasite preventatives
  • Nutritional consultations
  • Dental consultations and treatment (routine cleaning and extractions if needed)
  • Prescription food
  • Sick exams, diagnostic tests, treatment
  • Digital x-ray
  • In house ultrasound
  • In house lab work
  • Outside labs for any advanced testing
  • General surgery: spay, neuter, tumor removal, c-sections, lacerations
  • Health certificates for travel
  • Microchip
  • Euthanasia (remains sent for cremation)

Large Animals

  • Herd consultations
  • Routine care: Vaccines, deworming, branding, castrations, dehorning
  • Sick exams and consultations
  • Brucellosis (“Bangs”) vaccinations and testing
  • Pregnancy determination – palpation and ultrasound
  • Bull Fertility testing
  • Bull Trich testing
  • Health papers
  • TB testing
  • Lameness and foot trims
  • C-sections
  • Dystocia (“calf pulls”)
  • Prolapse repair
  • Routine preventative care: vaccines, deworming
  • Castrations
  • Coggins Testing
  • Dental exams and teeth floats
  • Colic exams and treatment
  • Podiatry – Radiographs (“x-rays”) and recommendations for farrier work
  • Pregnancy diagnosis – palpation and ultrasound
  • Artificial Insemination
  • Sick exams and consultations

We also treat pigs, sheep, and goats. Please call with any specific questions.

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Routine Health Checks

We provide exams, vaccines, deworming, heart worm and parasite preventatives for small animals. We also offer microchipping, nutritional consultations, dental consultations and recommendations for surgery. For larger animals, we offer routine care, herd consultations and ranch calls if necessary.


When it comes to diagnostic testing, we take an approach that avoids unnecessary labs and fees. In addition to routine Seguin veterinary service screenings for large and small animals, we offer pregnancy determination, trich testing, fertility testing, coggins testing and recommendations for farrier work. Many of our diagnostic tests, including lab work and ultrasounds, are done in-office.

In the event that we can’t treat your animal, due to an after-hours emergency or the need for a specialist, we offer referrals to veterinarians we trust.


Choosing to provide end of life care for your pet is never an easy choice. Our staff will take time to help you process the decision and offer you options for this Seguin veterinary service. We make every effort to ensure our office is a calm and peaceful environment throughout the entire process. We send remains out for cremation. In some special circumstances, we offer in-home euthanasia.

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General Surgery

Our trained veterinary staff provides general surgery including spay, neuter, tumor removal, c-sections and laceration repairs. For large animals, we provide c-sections, calf pulls, prolapse repair, lameness treatment, artificial insemination and castrations, among other services.

Sick Exams

Medical assessments in the office help us ensure a proper diagnosis for your animal. We’ll look at your pet’s ears, skin, eyes, and check out his or her neurological, cardiovascular, skeletal and gastrointestinal symptoms. When necessary, Southern Winds Veterinary Services will perform urine and/or blood tests to check your pet’s kidneys, pancreas, liver and endocrine system.

If you are concerned about the health of your pet, call us to schedule an assessment.

After Hours Emergency Numbers and Contacts

Allure Integrated Pet Specialists

(210) 874-2727
22525 N Interstate 35 Frontage Road
New Braunfels, TX 78132
Open 24 hours

Mission Vet Specialty & Emergency

(210) 737-7373
8202 TX-1604 Loop
San Antonio, TX 78249
Open 24 hours

BluePearl Pet Hospital

(210) 930-8383
503 East Sonterra Blvd
Ste 102
San Antonio, TX 78258
Open 24 hours

Retama Equine Hospital

(210) 651-6375
17555 Old Evans Road
Selma, TX 78154

Elgin (Equine) Veterinary Hospital

(512) 337-8800
Highway 290 West
Elgin, TX 78621

Central Texas Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital

(512) 892-9038
4434 Frontier Trail
Austin, TX 78745
Open 24 hours

Emergency Pet Clinic

(210) 571-7990
8503 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78217
Open 24 hours

24/7 Animal Poison Control Center

(855) 764-7661

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