In Case of An Emergency, We Are Here for Angleton Pets

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You never know when an accident or an emergency is about to happen to your beloved pet. Within minutes your pet can become very critical and unstable and need emergency care at that very moment.

At Angleton Veterinary Clinic, we want you to feel comfortable and confident in our staff and Dr. Clark to give your pet the best medical care possible and the best client service to you.

We offer several in-house diagnostic procedures that will give you instant answers, allowing us to begin treatment on your pet faster. At times, you may need to hospitalize your pet and have further diagnostics performed.

Many situations can become an emergency and need immediate attention:

  • Geriatric or genetic illness
  • Ingestion of a foreign object or substance unknown
  • Chocolate toxicity
  • Vomiting blood
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Possible broken limb
  • Difficult labor
  • Signs of heatstroke
  • Seizures
  • Injuries to the eyes
  • Severe wounds
  • Fights with other animals
  • Bleeding, blood in feces or urine
  • Not urinating (mainly male cats)
  • Inability to move, or sudden weakness

We do provide emergency care at our clinic during our business hours, but we are not here 24/7. In an after-hours emergency after hours we recommend going to the clinic below to be there for you.

For any after-hours emergency service that may be needed we recommend sending your pet to Pearland 288 Animal Emergency Clinic. They can be reached at (713) 482-4592(713) 482-4592.

We will stay in full contact with the veterinarians and staff the full duration of your pet’s emergency.