In 2015 the Emergency Animal Hospital of NW Austin is celebrating our 30th anniversary as Austin, Texas' premier emergency and critical care pet hospital. We believe that all pets should have access to excellent after-hours veterinary care in case of an emergency. Our highly trained, professional and compassionate staff, along with state of the art facilities and equipment means that your pet will receive world-class veterinary emergency care. We work closely with your regular veterinarian and our board certified emergency and critical care specialist is on call to provide comprehensive care as part of our veterinary hospital team. Providing exceptional after-hours veterinary care is our ongoing commitment to our patients, clients and referral veterinary community.
The Emergency Animal Hospital has two fully staffed veterinary hospitals to serve Austin's pet community, ensuring easy access from both north and south neighborhoods. We are the only emergency practices in Austin that are owned and operated by a board certified specialist. Each of our emergency veterinary hospitals is equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment to allow our veterinarians immediate access to test results. Our north Austin and south Austin facilities feature:
When it comes to after-hours vet services, our emergency/critical care veterinary staff provides quality after hours veterinary care for hospitalized patients as well as any emergency situation your pet may have. If your pet is sick, becomes injured or requires urgent care outside of you family veterinarians normal office hours, please call either of our emergency vet hospital locations immediately.
Many of Austin's family veterinarians are not open on nights, weekends, and holidays. Our after-hour veterinarians strive to create a safe and comfortable atmosphere for pet owners and their pets during emergency situations. We treat many different kinds of emergency situations including, trauma, heat stroke, snake bite, breathing difficulties, and seizures. One potentially serious situation our emergency veterinary clinic often treats is the accidental ingestion of a toxin. Many common plants, such as Sago Palm, may make your pet extremely ill. Some of the dog symptoms of sago palm toxicity are vomiting, bloody diarrhea, depression, and yellow mucus membranes. Cat symptoms are similar to the dog symptoms If you suspect that your pet has ingested sago palm or any other poison or toxin, including medications, call one of our two after-hour veterinary hospitals immediately.
Emergency Animal Hospital of NW Austin
12034 Research Blvd #8 | Austin, Texas 78759
Emergency Animal Hospital
4434 Frontier Trail | Austin, Texas 78745
Please call your primary Veterinarian or Call Us during our normal business hours