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Welcome to Treaschwig Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Spring,TX
Call us at (281) 443-2626

Spring veterinarian, Dr. Ron Hendrick would like to welcome you to the Treaschwig Veterinary Clinic. Our staff and I are are committed to providing the medical and surgical care to help your pet live a longer and healthier life.

Our clinic is dedicated to providing wellness and preventative care to keep your pet from succumbing to illnesses and parasites.

  • Puppy and kitten wellness can get your pet off to a healthy start.
  • Senior wellness can help your dog or cat live a longer, more productive life with early laboratory detection of geriatric diseases that can affect the heart, kidney and liver.
  • Home dental care is emphasized and dental services are available for periodontal disease.
  • We also have a strong relationship with North Houston Veterinary Specialists if your pet should need more advanced diagnostics, care or surgery.

Feel free to browse or website. We have a lot of informational videos as well as some entertaining videos from YouTube.

Our pet health library has over 1000 articles on pet care written by veterinarians to answer almost any question you may have.

If you can not find what you are seeking, our staff or myself will be happy to answer any questions.

You can also access all our information on your mobile phone! Our new Android app is ready for download.

Dr. Ron Hendrick
Spring Veterinarian | Treaschwig Veterinary Clinic | (281) 443-2626

22732 Cypresswood Dr
Spring, TX 77373


    Born in Freeport Texas. A graduate of Purdue University. He had his own practice in Pampa, Tx for 25 years prior to moving back to Houston with his wife and family. He has been active in Spring Chamber of Commerce and is a member of Memorial Baptist Church and choir.

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    Office Manager

    I was born and raised in NM, I moved to Texas in 2004 because my husband’s company transferred us here. I have always had a love for animals and have raised many different ones. 

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    Casandra was born in Houston, Texas.  She attended Aldine High School where she graduated in 2014. When she graduated she always had a love for animals so she decided to further her education at Pima Medical Institute where she graduated in 2016 with her degree as a Veterinarian Assistant,  internship at Treaschwig  Veterinary Clinic and then was offered a position after.

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    I am currently a senior at Texas A&M University. I will be completing my B.S in Animal Science in May 2019. I have always loved animals and can’t remember a time that I had no pets. 

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    Ashley was born in Farmington, NM. Her family made the move to Texas in 2004. She attended High School in Spring, Texas where she graduated in 2008. After graduation, she started working as the receptionist at Treashwig Veterinarian Clinic. 

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    I’m currently a senior at SHSU. I am seeking my degree in animal science in hopes to become a high school agriculture teacher. My passion for animals grew tremendously while raising livestock for FFA. 

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    My name is David Gibson, I am 25 years old, and I am originally from Detroit, Michigan. I am the youngest of three sisters and a brother, we had plenty of pets from cats and dogs to lizards and hamsters. 

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Spring Office


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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The staff is so sweet. They are very patient and gentle. I was so amazed by the vets true concern for my pet as if it was her own."
    AARON V.