Los Caballos Veterinary Clinic, PLLC

Call: (325) 653-1037

Our Veterinarians




Christopher P. Womack, DVM

Christopher P. Womack, DVM
  • Central High School – 1983
  • Texas A&M University Bachelor of Science in Animal Science – 1987
  • Texas A&M University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – 1992
  • Associate at Los Caballos Veterinary Clinic – 1992
  • Partner in Los Caballos Veterinary Clinic,LLP – 2000
  • Owner of Los Caballos Veterinary Clinic, PLLC - 2014

Catherine R. Morris, DVM

Catherine R. Morris, DVM
  • Layton High, Utah -2005
  • Oklahoma State University Bachelor of Science and Agribusiness and Pre-Vet Management-2009
  • Oklahoma State University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine -2013
  • United States Air Force 2013-2015
  • Public Health Officer, Goodfellow, TX
  • Associate at Cushing Veterinary Clinic- 2013
  • Associate at San Angelo Vet Hospital 2014-2015
  • Associate at Los Caballos Clinic- 2015

Stephanie N. Probandt, DVM

Stephanie N. Probandt, DVM
  • Rider High School, Wichita Falls-2007
  • Texas Tech University Bachelor of Science in Animal Science - 2010
  • Texas A&M University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine- 2015
  • Associate at Montezuma Veterinary Clinic- 2015
  • Associate at Los Caballos Veterinary Clinic- 2016


Frequent Questions

  • At what age can I have my pet spayed or neutered?
    Spaying or neutering can be done at approximately 6 months of age. Your pet is given an exam prior to surgery to help determine whether your pet is healthy enough to undergo the surgical procedure. Current vaccinations are required at the time of surgery. Also a pre-anesthetic blood screen is recommended prior to undergoing every anesthesia procedure and surgery in order to minimize the risk of anesthesia to your beloved family member.

  • What is the pre-anesthetic blood screening and why is it necessary?
    It tests the organ functions, blood counts and clotting function of your pet. The pre-anesthetic blood screening is done to assure safety during surgery and the ability to heal following surgery.

  • How long do the sutures stay in after my pet's procedure?
    If your pet’s procedure required external sutures or stapling, these are usually removed 10-14 days following the procedure.

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Large Animal Services

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What our clients say

"I've tried many different vets in San Angelo and this is the only one I trust my pets with, they are caring yet professional and very affordable as well. I recommend them to anyone!"

- Kelseyluvsyou2 03/01/2010

"I live in Houston, but was in San Angelo visiting family. I had been told that my dog needed surgery to correct a clogged anal gland (gross, I know). My dog had already been on antibiotics. My mother-in-law suggested I take my dog to her vet, Dr. Womack. Dr. Womack told me my dog needed antibiotics. I told him she had already been on them, but they had not helped. He assured me that she needed to take more and stay on them longer. He said he did not believe that my dog needed surgery, but she just had a nasty infection. He was totally right!!! After 3 weeks she was fine. He is an excellent and very experienced vet, and I believe he had my pet's best interest at heart. We need more vets like him!"

- pitbull lover 01/08/2009

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Los Caballos Veterinary Clinic, PLLC
729 W 29th Street
San Angelo, TX 76903
Telephone: (325) 653-1037
E-mail: loscaballosclinic@verizon.net

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Last Updated: September 2, 2015