Southeast Texas Animal Emergency Clinic
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Emergency After Hours, Emergency Saturday-Sunday
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (409) 299-8760
Phone: (409) 842-3235
Phone: (409) 842-4555
TollFree: (866) 374-7387
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Jordan, Billy M, Dvm - Southeast Texas Animal Emrgncy
Southeast Texas Animal Emrgncy
- Veterinarian Emergency Services, Veterinarians, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals
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These people have no idea what they are doing. They put our dog to sleep for an infection they said had spread and could not be cured. It actually could have been treated, and we would still have our dog with us today. We also had him cremated there, and we never received his collar with his ashes. I cannot stand this place. Please don't risk taking your pets there.
My 10 year old chihuahua was very sick and diagnosed with pyometra. Took her to this emergency animal hospital and they treated her overnight with an IV filling her with antibiotics and anti- inflammatory mess. They did a great job with her. I was thankful I happened to have the extra money to pay for the care as she probably wouldn't have made it through the weekend. She is scheduled for surgery today with local vet to have a hysterectomy and hopefully she will be on her way to a full...view more recovery.view less
Just sad to have to pay $100 to find out you wont put stitches in our dog's ear for less than $500. Monday will surely be too late for stitches. Maybe he won't get an infection before then. Maybe we can scrape up enough money to go to our regular vet now...
Doctor and assistants were compassionate, patient, and knowledgeable. They truly cared about my pet's illness and were very professional. They spent a lot of time with us and we're very thorough with my pet's examination. I love this place!
Well, first for anyone to turn an injured animal away having the proper equipment to deal withe injury is wrong. I understand as far as paying for your service and I very much agree, however an accident is called an accident for a reason... You can never be fully prepared for an accident. We have all had financial issues, wheel a lot of us have and it's hard when u get into a bind and cannot afford care for ur animal, but u should never expect free handouts. I guess point being mine an...view moreyways no animal deserves to be turned away and left to suffer in some cases animal healthcare providers may not be obligated but out of care and compassion I believe every healthcare provider, human or animal should at least consider the circumstances .
As far as my experience goes I had a female mini daschound go into labor in the middle of the night and this doctor that I talked to, she did not jump the gun and tell me to come n, she was very polite and professional and she showed compassion for my situation. Had it not been for her my dog and her unexpected time of going into labor at 2 am would probably not have done so well the pups would probably not have survived. Thank you for your time and advice. I was well on my way to doing the wrong thing for my dog, after I spoke with this female vet I felt very comfortable letting my dog alone to take care of her business. Thank you dr. So muchview less
I just wanted to extend my appreciation for the staff at the emergency clinic. Twice in the 10 year life of my beloved cocker spaniel they were there to rescue her. Once for poision control as a puppy , and again, recently, to end her suffering following a tragic accident with fatal injuries. Both instances they showed complete compassion and concern for my family, both human and canine. We will be forever grateful to the caring spirits we encountered in both visits. A million times, T...view moreHANK YOU! You will forever hold a place in our hearts!
xoxo Gretta's Momview less
NO COMPASSION I called on 5/1/2011, Found a baby kitten that had a bad injury ti its head or neck.Can walk & move it's head & Meow.Eyes are closed & can't seem to drink. JUST wanted someone to LOOK at it to see if it could be saved.If so,would have found a way to pay an 95.00 fee. BUT Could not AFFORD to pay 95 dollars for a just found baby STRAY kitten JUST found. WOULD NOT EVEN LOOK AT IT WITHOUT 95 dollars FEE to see if it had ANY POSSIBILITY of making it with Vet ...view morecare.Would wait till there was no one in line for it to be looked at At their CONVENIENCE. a VET that would not use his LOVE for animals and GOD given talent that he worked so hard in school ,to LOOK over a baby kitten so see if it had A CHANCE TO LIVE!! will hold out on his GIFT & KNOWLEDGE till u fork up 95.00.This was not our pet,just abandon baby kitten .THERE SHOULD BE SOME KIND OF CODE FOR STRAY ANIMALS FOUND People are willing to take in if there is a chance for them to live.SICKENS ME TO NO END.This is a cold place & hope to God I never have no choice & have to go there.WE need a Compassion Emergency Vet clinic in our area.DESPERATELYview less
with no diagnosis of any kind, not even an idea. our beagle had gone into seizures on a saturday night of all times. we had no choice but to call our family vet and see what they had listed on their answering machine as far as where to bring your pet in case of an emergency. this place was what they had listed. so we rushed her there. they did give her a valium to calm her and brought her temp down from what the seizures had caused. my problem with this place is that after having...view more her from saturday night till monday morning, when we picked her up, they , or the vet there on staff still did not have any kind of clue as to what might be going on with our dog given her history, or what should be a seasoned vet's knowledge of animals. all they could tell my daughter when she went to pick her up after me, her mom, put $100.00 down, paying $500.00 through care credit and then paying another $288.00 out of pocket when we picked her up, was that it must be something neurological. well you think!!?? i could not believe it!! my daughter then was able to bring her to her regular vet which immediately gave her different and definant scenarios as to what could be going on. she is there right now being monitored over night and i have full confidence in that he will be able to tell us something about her condition when we go to pick her up. we will not be in the dark like this expensive emerg. vet place kept us. all they did was suck up our money and gave nothing in return except i can say they kept our dog alive. i really expected to walk away with a lot more than empty pockets. i will look online for other emergency vet stations, if any, to keep from going to this money sucker, dont do nothing crap hole. i really believe they do take you for everything your worth when you go there. it wouldve been worth it had they given us something about her condition, but they did not. will never go there again if i can help it. by the way, if any of those reading this would like to know for their own info as to what her regular vet said could be causing these seizures in what is usually a very healthy dog was 1. an inner ear infection 2. distempher (which she did have a vacc for) but cold possibly still get 3. neurological. good news is that if he finds it is something he can treat he will be giving her seizure preventive meds. now why couldnt this other place have done that??view less