A MESSAGE TO OUR CLIENTS

CURBSIDE SERVICE - Until further notice, ALL appointments, drop-offs and
medication or food pick-ups are curbside only.

Facemasks are mandatory for all clients as mandated by the State of Texas at
this time for everyone's protection.

Park in a numbered parking spot only, then call or text the numbers provided
at each parking spot when you arrive, and we will assist you and your pets.
Your patience and understanding is appreciated.


We hope that you and your family are coping as best as you can during these stressful times. We are all affected by the recent pandemic in one way or another. As an animal hospital, we have made many adjustments to keep you safe and our staff protected. Owners should be aware that by visiting any facility outside of your home, including this one, you are voluntarily assuming all risk related to the exposure of COVID-19. There is an inherent risk of exposure in any public place where people are present. Please help us keep our community safe and healthy. We are strongly encouraging social distancing, wearing masks, and regularly checking your temperature. Most of all, please STAY HOME if you are sick, you have any symptoms of COVID-19, or have been in contact with someone who has. We will do our best to provide treatment to pets and livestock, but we do have protocols in place to protect our staff so we can continue to stay open during these difficult times.

Welcome To Bastrop Veterinary Hospital

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Bastrop Veterinary Hospital was established in 1979 as a full service veterinary hospital for large and small animals. We educate our clients on preventive care such as regular vaccines, parasite control, dental cleaning, spaying and neutering. 7 days a week every day of the year, including holidays, we will see your pet or livestock for emergencies up until 8 pm. Not able to bring Goldie in? Ask us about a house or farm call. The Doctors at Bastrop Veterinary Hospital are experienced in all types of health conditions, treatments and medications. We can do a treatment plan estimate to keep your budget in mind. Beyond first rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable with a coffee bar for adults and snacks for the kids.

Our Bastrop veterinarian office is very easy to get to from State Highways 71, 21, or 290. You can find directions on our Contact Us page. We serve Bastrop county and beyond including Elgin, Smithville, Cedar Creek, Paige, Rockne, Red Rock, Lexington and surrounding areas. We even have clients who come all the way from San Marcos and the Houston area, since they can easily stop by during their travels from home to ranch. Whether you are bringing your Australian shepherd, Angus or Appaloosa, we have plenty of parking. Our trained staff can assist you in and out of your vehicle or trailer safely

Call us at 512-321-5386 or 512-303-6969 or email us.


Appointments preferred, Drop offs welcome.

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At Bastrop Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like

the valued family members they are.


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Meet Our Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Cheyenne
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  • Angel
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  • Ellie
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  • Salvador
    Takes care of all things large animal
  • Jeffrey Schroeder
    DVM
    Dr. Jeff Schroeder (Pronounced Shray-der) is a 1994 graduate of Texas A & M University in College Station. He was born and raised in Elgin, Texas where he married and raised his family with his wife, Lorie. Their two boys are now attending Texas A&M University.
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  • Darren Weiss
    DVM
    Dr. Weiss (Pronounced liked 'ice' with a W) graduated from Texas A & M University in 2001. He was born and raised in Manor, Texas then moved to Elgin where he raised his two boys with his wife, Michelle.
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  • Alyzabeth Schwettman
    DVM
    Dr. Alyzabeth Schwettman is the newest member of our team, having graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine just this year. At the San Antonio Livestock Show she was one of two scholarship recipients as an outstanding large animal veterinary student.
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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "took my fur babies yesterday for their yearly exam and the staff were great with them. Nothing but love for this place."
    Eleanor Perez Nunez
  • "Amazing place! We came in from out of town and our 10 week old boxer puppy was stepped on by a horse. The staff at his clinic was amazing. Even after hours they were eager to help. Not to mention the cost to get his leg fixed was very reasonable. Very good hearted people. Thanks Dr Boone!"
    Bo Hennessy
  • "The docs are great with our blue dane. The techs work so well with our dane too. It's a great place for your animals for sure!!"
    Marylou Larson

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Hospital Hours

Note: Doctors arrive at 8 am.

Bastrop Veterinary Hospital

Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed