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TPLO Surgery & TPLO Surgeon in Austin, TX

Professional TPLO Surgery by Mobile Veterinary Specialists

TPLO Austin, TX

Learn More About the TPLO 6 StepsTM

Learn About The TPLO

We created 6-Steps to break down everything you need to know about the dog knee, how an ACL tears, how TPLO fixes it, and what the recovery is like.
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Meet The Surgeons

TPLO Austin is run by Dr. David Allman and Dr. Kelly Might of Mobile Veterinary Specialists. They are board certified surgeons and are passionate about helping dogs with torn ACL’s. They have helped thousands of dogs in the Austin area and would be happy to help answer any questions you have.

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Dr. David Allman

TPLO Austin North Team

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Dr. Kelly Might

TPLO Austin South Team

Our Contact

3904 A Warehouse Row, Suite A, Austin, TX 78704

Monday - Friday | 8:00am to 4:00pm
Saturday & Sunday | Closed

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TPLO Austin by Mobile Veterinary Specialists is dedicated to providing Austin area dog owners with reliable and accurate information about the TPLO Surgery. Our surgeons serve dog owners needing the TPLO surgery in Austin and surrounding towns Bastrop, Cedar Creek, Kyle, Buda, Driftwood, Wimberley, Lockhart, San Marcos, New Braunfels, Blanco, Dripping Springs, Spicewood, Jonestown, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Andice, Georgetown, Walburg, Cedar Park, Leander, Liberty Hill, Lago Vista, Marble Falls, Kingsland, Coupland, Hutto, Taylor, Thrall, Lexington, Rockdale, Manor, Elgin, Smithville and more. To learn more about the TPLO go through our 6 StepsTM and if at any point you have questions, contact us.


"The surgery went smoothly, with Dr. Might calling me throughout the day with detailed updates. Within 48 hours, the bandages & pain were gone. Now he is moving around better than he was pre-TPLO!"


"It's Comforting to know that our pets can get specialty care at a familiar place and for a more affordable cost."

-Lee Kinser

"Our 9-year-old Lab-Pit mix underwent TPLO surgery and she did not suffer at all. Whatever you are doing, keep it up! She is doing great!"


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