Hours of Operation:
M 7am - 5:30pm
T 7am - 5:30pm
W 7am - 5:30pm
T 7am - 5:30pm
F 7am - 5:30pm
S 8:30am - 1pm
We are located at the intersection of 620 and Falconhead Blvd. Right next door to Anytime Fitness
Should you have an after-hours emergency, contact - or go to -
Animal Emergency Clinic
12034 Research Blvd.
Austin, TX 78759
4434 Frontier Trail
Austin, TX 78745
Not sure if it's an emergency?
We are a full-service veterinary hospital offering state-of-the-art technology along with the highest level of veterinary medicine, surgery and dentistry for your furry friends. We strive to offer not only sound advice, but also optimal veterinary care to ensure the maximum number of years with your companion.
Our facility includes an in-hospital surgery suite, digital x-ray capabilities, complete veterinary dental services and a very friendly staff.
Our job is not only to treat your pet when he or she isn't feeling well, but also to help you learn how to keep your best friend happy and healthy!
A Few Facts About Heartworm Infection:
2 MONTHS IN A CAGE:
If your pet becomes infected with heartworm, they will have to live in strict confinement for up to 8 weeks to avoid potential life threatening complications.
MORE THAN $700 TO TREAT WITHOUT GUARANTEED SUCCESS:
While preventing Heartworm infection is simple, treating Heartworm is expensive, complicated and can be unpredictable.
For HOME DELIVERY of your pet's food and medications, click the button below:
80% of medications coming into this country are counterfeit! Only when buying from a veterinarian is your Heartworm prevention guaranteed. If your dog gets Heartworm while on prevention bought through a licensed veterinarian, the company will pay for the treatment of Heartworm. So buy from a veterinarian you trust!
Click below to read what the Food and Drug Administration has to say about online pet pharmacies:
With Summer right around the corner. Be sure to keep your pet well hydrated and out of the sun during the hottest times. If you suspect your dog is suffering from heat exhaustion. Get them into shade immediately and to a veterinarian right away.