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Posted on 06-20-2011
Welcome to the first post of our new blog! We hope this post and those in the future give you an insight into our veterinary hospital and provide great information for enriching the lives of Austin area pets.
At Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin, we know that sometimes pets get sick after normal veterinary hospital business hours. That is why we offer our clients after-hours care on nights, weekends and holidays, when most other clinics are closed. In fact, we have two emergency animal hospital locations:
North: 12034 Research Boulevard #8 (Located on North 183 and Oak Knoll, next to Dunkin Donuts)
South: 4434 Frontier Trail (Located behind Cavanders Boots and Central Market South)
As a strictly emergency vet hospital, we do not do health examinations or routine vaccinations. Instead, we focus the attention of our staff solely on emergency cases. We perform many procedures, including ultrasound, radiology, endoscopy, oxygen therapy, transfusion therapy, and soft tissue emergency surgery. We have a complete in-house laboratory able to perform complete blood count procedures, test blood chemistries, and perform coagulation testing. We offer comprehensive monitoring in the form of EKG, pulse oximetry, capnography, non-invasive and invasive blood pressure, central venous pressure, and EKG telemetry. (In simpler terms, our emergency animal hospital staff can monitor dog symptoms and cat symptoms, even at 2:00 AM.)
Just call us night owls! Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin is open 365 days a year and all major holidays. We are available from 6:00 PM to 7:00 AM Monday through Thursday and have a 24 hour veterinarian on-duty all weekend long. After all, pets do not just get sick during normal business hours. Give us a call with any questions at (512) 331-6121 (North) or at (512) 899-0955 (South).
If there is a particular concern or pet health question you would like us to address in our next posting, please let us know by leaving a comment!
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