Pet Method Animal Hospital | 260 N Coit Rd, Ste 130, McKinney, TX | Mon - Thu: 8AM - 4PM, Fri: 8AM - 12PM

Animal Health Services

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About Our Services

Pet Method provides a variety of health and wellness services to improve the well-being of pets and their owners. At our vet clinic in McKinney, TX, we offer primary care, preventive care, surgical procedures, and dental treatments. Some of our treatment options include wellness exams, spay and neuter, dental cleaning and polishing, veterinary acupuncture, behavioral evaluation, urgent care, and virtual care.


Primary Care

Virtual Care

Online telehealth visits with Dr. Finn are a convenient way to receive quick care and professional advice when your pet has a medical concern.

Urgent and Emergency Care

For sick or injured pets that require immediate medical attention, we offer urgent care and emergency services in a quick, compassionate manner.

Common Conditions

Common veterinary conditions, such as skin problems, ear infections, limping, and coughing, are diagnosed and treated at our McKinney, TX office.


Acupuncture is a Chinese medicine technique that is gaining traction among pet owners who want a natural pain relief method for their dog or cat.

End-of-Life Care

End-of-life care focuses on helping geriatric and terminally ill pets live comfortably and peacefully as they approach their final days of life.

Preventive Care

Annual Wellness Exam

Annual wellness exams include a checkup and screening for potential diseases to help your canine or feline maintain optimal health and well-being.

Diagnostic Exam

Diagnostic exams include detailed laboratory testing to pinpoint what is ailing your pet so we can offer a precise diagnosis and proper treatment.


Vaccines help protect your canine or feline against many common diseases, like rabies and parvovirus, so they can live a long, healthy life.

Parasite Prevention

Our heartworm, flea, and tick prevention and treatment options are designed to ward off internal and external parasites that affect cats and dogs.

Behavioral Evaluation

A behavioral evaluation is a detailed assessment that helps uncover the cause of aggression, separation anxiety, and other problems in pets.

Nutritional Assessment

Nutritional assessments are used to evaluate your pet's diet and guide you on a proper nutrition plan aimed at fostering a long, healthy life.

Surgical Procedures

Spay and Neuter

Spaying involves the surgical elimination of the female uterus while neutering (castration) is the process of removing a male animal's testicles.

Mass Removal

For pets who have a growth or tumor, our expert veterinarian can perform mass removal surgery to address the issue in a safe and effective manner.

Foreign Body Removal

Foreign body removal surgery is performed to clear an obstruction that occurs in an animal's digestive tract after swallowing a non-food item.

Bladder Stone Removal

Our expert team specializes in the surgical removal of bladder stones, which are hard formations of minerals that make it difficult to pass urine.

Laceration Repair

Our veterinarian performs surgical laceration repair for severe injuries, including deep cuts, puncture wounds, and bite wounds, in dogs and cats.

Dental Procedures

Dental Cleaning and Polishing

Regular dental cleaning and polishing is a key aspect of maintaining your pet's overall wellness and helping to prevent periodontal disease.

Full Mouth Dental X-rays

Full mouth dental x-rays are performed during veterinary dental visits to check the health of the internal tooth structure and detect hidden damage.

Periodontal Care

Periodontal (gum) disease is caused by the accumulation of plaque over time, but it is preventable through good oral care and regular vet visits.
*Individual results are not guaranteed.