Personal Touch Veterinary Clinic (PTVC) is a mobile practice that focuses on tailored medicine for your pet. No two pets are alike and we believe that neither should their treatment. At PTVC, we focus on incorporating eastern medicine, like acupuncture and Chinese herbal formulas, with western medicine, like antibiotics and diagnostic imaging, to provide a balanced and integrated approach to medical treatment. We recognize both the advantages and limitations of each style of medicine. One can not completely replace the other, but together they are truly synergistic. As a mobile practice, we will be able to see your pets in their own environment, removing the stress often associated with car rides and being in a hospital setting. Each appointment will consist of performing both eastern and western physical exams.While we do not offer services like advanced imaging and surgeries at this time, we have a list of facilities we refer to on a consistent basis.
Palliative/End of Life Care
Concierge Service -- House Calls & Hospital/Clinic Appt.
At PTVC, our focus is improving the health and wellness of our patients. We work closely with patients’ primary care veterinarians to ensure continuity of treatments and overall well-being. If available, PTVC will perform procedures like acupuncture at the patient's primary vet clinic upon approval of the facility.
Any medications that are prescribed will be mailed promptly.
ABout -- Aziza Glass, DVM, CVA
Dr. Glass is the owner of Personal Touch Veterinary Clinic. Previously, Dr. Glass worked with companion animals as a general practitioner in corporate hospitals. Her desire to learn how to treat diseases that seemed "hopeless," led her to Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). She quickly began to incorporate acupuncture in her medical treatments and received encouraging results. In January 2018, Dr. Glass received her certification of veterinary acupuncture (CVA) from the world-renown Chi Institute. Since opening PTVC, Dr. Glass has enjoyed using integrative medicine for her canine, feline, and even equine (horse) patients! She is a member of the American and Texas Veterinary Medical Associations, the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, and the American Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.