Dallas Veterinary Clinic is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Dr. Ashley W. Priddy has years of experience performing surgeries, treating serious conditions, and offering regular pet wellness care. Beyond first-rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable, kid-friendly, and calm (well, as much as possible!), so your pet can and look forward to meeting or following up with Dr. Priddy and our staff.
Who We Are
Dallas Veterinary Clinic is a private, local, family owned small business where we get to know our clients and furry friends who become part of our DVC family as we care for them over their lifetime. Dr. Ashley W. Priddy and his wife, Mrs. Ashley J. Priddy purchased the practice from Dr. Mark Tolleson in 2016. Dallas Veterinary Clinic has been locally owned and operated since 1965 and we are the 3rd owners. Dr. White opened Dallas Veterinary Clinic in a shopping center behind North Park Centre soon after the shopping mall was built in 1965. That row of shops was demolished in the 1990s to make way for expansion and parking, and Dr. Tolleson bought the practice from Dr. White and re-opened the clinic at Walnut Hill & Central Expy in 1998. #LoveLocal (thank you for supporting small businesses!)
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We work diligently to provide the highest standard of veterinary medical care tailored to each individual pet and exceptional client service to our local community in a calm, comfortable and compassionate environment.
Dallas Veterinary Clinic’s Core Values
Kindness matters. We will maintain a kind and respectful environment.
We treat each pet as if they were our own family members; provide honest and ethical advice, treatment and care to every client every time.
We do more than treat pets; we nurture the human-animal bond. Pet ownership can be very rewarding, but also stressful at times. We believe it is a privilege to be responsible for the life of a pet. We offer compassion and understanding, and we expect everyone who walks through our doors to reciprocate.
We endeavor to keep ourselves and our clients and the local community apprised of how to keep pets and families healthy, advances or changes in the field/standards, and how pet owner decisions often ultimately impact public health.
We expect our doctors to obtain 50 hours per year (over the minimum 15/year) of continuing education to stay on top of all advances in veterinary medicine so that they are highly informed and trained to offer the best possible care.
We provide our employees with a wide range of opportunities to attend continuing education dinners, state and national conferences, and we bring educators in-house regularly for training.
Our community outreach efforts include talking with school groups, advising local charities/rescues, and we host vet and vet assistant students as a clinical site for obtaining practicum hours or intern/externships in our hospital.
We have been taking our two dogs to Dr. Priddy for a few months (we had to switch vets when we moved to a different part of town) and he and his staff have been absolutely great! Dr. Priddy gives every pet one-on-one attention and even in just a few visits has gotten to know our dogs well. We get in and out on time – they always follow up with phone calls and are very responsive to emails. I also love that Dr. Priddy is a solo – versus some offices that have multiple vets on staff and you never know who you may get that day. Absolutely love Dr. Priddy and his staff!Sakina R.
I recently took my two dogs to get established as new clients and I was very impressed with the kindness and professionalism of the staff when I arrived. As a little objective feedback, we have NEVER been to a vet where our appointment ran on time and where the vet was waiting for us in the room. For the last 32 years, vet appointments mean marking out half of a morning. We were in a room meeting Dr. Priddy in less than 5 minutes upon arrival. Never have these dogs had anyone get down on the floor to meet them and there he was – introducing himself on THEIR level. You know how dogs and small kids can sniff out a person and their spirit in a heartbeat? Well, my Bailey is blind and Freckles had a very bad experience with our previous vet’s staff. I was worried…..but it was immediate puppy love upon meeting Dr. Priddy! Both dogs also were quite fond of his assistant, too, as I saw them give her kisses and hugs. They never flinched with his injections and extractions. It was very trusting behavior of someone they had never met ~ and surely couldn’t quite “see.” I’m so happy with Bailey’ and Freckles’ responses to the entire visit. This household has such peace of mind now knowing we are in very capable and loving hands….and that’s a priceless gift. Thank you.Kathleen D.
Dr. Priddy is a gem! He recently treated my 13 year old Cavalier King Charles, Deanie, for a major GI issue. She had been groomed, boarded and vaccinated by Dr. Tolleson for ages but never did she have a major illness until this week. Dr. Priddy saw her immediately and was extremely thorough and compassionate. She had to be left at the clinic but he followed up each blood test, x-ray and surgical procedure with a phone call update. Deanie seems to be back to her lumbering, shuffling, senior canine status. Thank You, Dr. Priddy and staff!Ellen E.
How can we help you?
Mon: 7:30 am-6:00 pm
Tues: 7:30 am-6:00 pm
Wed: 7:30 am-6:00 pm
Thurs: 7:30 am-6:00 pm
Fri: 7:30 am-6:00 pm
Sat: 8:00 am-12:00 pm
Please Note: Our holiday hours are as follows:
December 24: 7:30 am – 1:00 pm,
December 25: Closed,
January 1: Closed.
Dallas Veterinary Clinic wishes everyone happy holidays!
Sundays: After-hours EMERGENCIES referred to MEDVET at 12101 Greenville Ave Ste 118, 972-994-9110
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Have a question? Please don’t hesitate to contact us using the form below. If you need immediate assistance, please call our team directly at 214-363-4561.