My best friend is dying of bladder cancer and it is one of the worst experiences of my life. After an entire weekend of whimpering and rubbing his tummy on the carpet I was desperate to find my pup some relief so I took him to Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin. The doctor gave me information about the treatment of Transitional Cell Carcinoma that my former vet never mentioned and I'm grateful to her for t... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
EMERGENCY ANIMAL HOSPITAL - NORTHAdd to mybook
"The Heart of Critical Care" providing exceptional veterinary emergency care when you need it most.
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The Emergency Animal Hospital of NW Austin has provided exceptional emergency care for Austin pet owners and referring veterinarians since 1985. We have a second location in South Austin behind Cavenders boots. Both of our hospitals are owned and operated by a board certified emergency and critical care veterinarian.
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AfterHoursPhone: (512) 331-6121
Emergency and critical care for the Austin area pets on nights, weekends, and holidays. Two locations in Austin.
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North hospital: Located on Hwy 183 South Access Road between Oak Knoll & Duval. Past Academy and Dunkin Donuts
- Northwest Austin
Emergency Animal Hospitals are owned and operated by a board certified emergency and critical care veterinarian. We provide state-of-the-are diagnostics, in-house laboratory results, critical care monitoring, transfusion medicine, digital radiography, ultrasound, surgery.
Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society
- Providing referral veterinary emergency and critical care for Austin family veterinarians and their clients since 1985.
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I have an elderly dog of around 15 who somehow blew a disk or ripped a tendon or something to her back . I took her to my vet and told them of her symptoms but she wasn't screaming by the time they saw her so they dismissed it . Next day symptoms return and are even worse and my vet if full and can't see her for a week . I couldn't stand to see her suffering as badly as she was , shaking , screaming , drooling . It w... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
I agree with 3896, they are very very expensive. I just took our small dog there for them to watch overbite after surgery. They where given directions from our normal vet , they didn't seem to care what our vet had asked for them to do. They did their own exam and came up with 18 items they needed to bill us for , ultrasound, several extra meds. (Over $300 worth) , double charges on monitoring, hospital intermedi... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
I've been to this place many time and I've always received great care for my pets. They have treated a torn toe nail on one dog; treat facial abscesses on another due to a fight; they euthanized an elderly cat when it was time; they euthanized our neighbor's dog when he got hit by a car (we had to take him in--neighbor was too distraught). The only time they missed something was when we took our elderly English B... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
Staff & Vets at this place are great. I brought my cat to this hospital because they had 24 hour care in which my vet had closed over the weekend. I liked the option to come by & visit my cat anytime to meet the Vet with questions or concerns to ease my mind. Overall completly satisfied with the service despite the dent in my pocketbook. As a responsible pet owner, I'm glad I choose this place for treatmen... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
Our 10 week-old puppy knocked a heavy speaker over onto herself, and broke her hind leg. This happened after-hours, and she was in a lot of pain, so we took her to Emergency Animal Clinic. The vet on-call took front and side X-rays of her leg. After waiting for nearly 2 hours, we were surprised and relieved when the vet told us that the puppy's leg was *not* broken, and that she just needed to go home and rest. Sh... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
The vets @ the Emergency Animal Clinic saved my dogs life when he was suffering from pneumonia. My regular vet gave up on him and suggested euthanasia; they gave him a 30% chance of overcoming the pneumonia. I had my dog transferred to the clinic (for a weekend stay) and the Drs were able to nurse my dog back to health within 2 days. Every employee @ this hospital is extremely professional, compassionate and courte... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch