The Stevenson Center ensures that each resident receives the
proper attention and care they need to be happy and healthy. We are
dedicated to providing care for each resident's emotional, medical
and physical needs.
Our residents feel at home in the Center. It is designed in a
relaxed fashion. The animals have freedom to roam and explore at
will, while also having space for themselves during quiet
times. There are six separate yard areas for the dogs to get
plenty of sunshine and exercise. The cats have access in and
out of their rooms through upper windows in the doors, but the dogs
do not have access to the cat rooms.
Medical care includes regular physical examinations and
laboratory tests as needed. Each pet is observed in order to
develop a personal "wellness" program. When our pets need medical
attention, their care is provided by the Texas A&M Veterinary
Medical Teaching Hospital. Their knowledge of the latest advances
in veterinary medicine, combined with the use of our specialized
facilities, ensures the best possible care for our residents.
Residents receive daily exercise in their large fenced yard
areas. There are frisbies, rope tugs, balls and an array of toys to
keep the dogs and staff occupied and happy. All resident pets
receive regularly scheduled bathing and grooming. Nutritional
concerns are also monitored and special diets are developed for
residents with special needs.
Reveille VIII is the retired mascot for Texas A&M
University. She retired to the Stevenson Center in May of
2015. Reveille was the First Lady of Aggieland and now she is
a First Lady of the Stevenson Center. She has settled in very
nicely to he...
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