Doctors Megan Turner and Libby Ramirez each share the duties that come with managing the Animal Emergency Hospital of North Texas. Together, with their team of veterinarians near Southlake, they provide emergency and critical care after-hours to your family pets. When your primary veterinarian’s office is closed, ours is open during every night, weekend, and holiday. We are also open during the day if you need us, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Along with providing constant care round-the-clock, our veterinarians near Southlake take care of many animals, including dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, reptiles, and pocket pets. No matter what kind of pet you own, our team is ready to care for them.
Animal Emergency Hospital of North Texas only provides emergency and critical care to pets and does not provide routine healthcare procedures, such as vaccines and spays and neuters. We leave those to your primary veterinarian to work on. However, our veterinarians near Southlake have seen their share of emergency cases. These include, but are not limited to:
When you bring your pet in for emergency care, we’ll provide the appropriate medical treatment, which can include surgery, depending on the problem they have. Your pet may also need to stay overnight for monitoring or more treatment.
If you’re noticing anything abnormal with your pets that doesn’t seem to be clearing up, contact us at 817-410-2273.
2700 West State Hwy 114 | Grapevine, TX 76051 | 817-410-CARE (817-410-2273)