Hopefully your pet never needs emergency care, but if they do we’ve got you covered. Check out PetParent’s list of the best emergency pet care clinics in Austin!
Address: 2239 S Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78704
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year, the AM/PM Animal Hospital is always ready and able to help you and your pet. Part of how they help you with your pets is by promoting and educating owners about responsible pet ownership and they work closely with you to help you understand your pet’s unique health needs. In addition to emergency pet care, you can take your dog to AM/PM for regularly scheduled pet health appointments.
Address: 4106 N Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78756
If you think that your pet is sick or injured, Austin Vet Care can provide you with 24 hour emergency care. They offer many emergency services including 24-hour fluid therapy, cardiac resuscitation and post resuscitation care, BP monitoring and more. Most patients can be treated and leave the clinic, but some pets may have to stay at the clinic for further stabilization in some cases.
Address: 12034 Research Blvd. Suite 8, Austin, TX 78759
4434 Frontier Trail, Austin, TX 78745
Open from 6am to 7pm on weekdays and 24 hours on weekends, both locations of the Emergency Animal Hospital are great places to take your pet for emergency pet care. They treat all kinds of emergency situations including trauma, heat stroke, snake bites, and accidental ingestion of toxins. Both of their locations feature fully equipped in-house laboratory equipment and pharmacies, separate surgical suites, and temperature controlled wards with comfy bedding.
Address: 12010 RR 620, Austin, TX 78750
Open from 7am to 9pm on Mondays-Fridays, 8am to 6pm on Saturdays, and 10am to 5pm on Sundays, Lakeline Animal Care is a convenient and welcoming pet clinic. They pride themselves on their ability to manage your critically ill or injured pet and will work with area specialists in some cases to provide the best care possible for your pet. They normally treat dogs and cats, but can treat “pocket-pets” like rabbits and ferrets.
If you happen to have an older dog that experiences frequent health problems, you may want to look at Doctor Bendall’s Housecall Practice. He’s available for in home pet care for and other minor pet health emergencies. They also offer gentle in-home euthanasia for older dogs who may need help in passing painlessly. He’s also available for regular pet care appointments for pets who experience anxiety at clinics!