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920 West Dallas St,
Conroe, TX 77301


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Open During COVID-19 04/01/20 - 8:00 am

We are OPEN for emergency veterinary care. Please call (936) 539-3800 ahead of time if you can and we will prioritize your pet’s care. Effective immediately, we…

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Preparing Your Pet Sitter for a Veterinary Emergency 09/29/20 - 6:38 pm

Whether you are gone for days or just a few hours there’s one question that is likely to be on your mind: Who will look…

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What Are the Signs of a Reputable Veterinarian? 09/08/20 - 3:37 pm

You love your pet, so it’s only natural that you want to give them the best care possible. We recommend that you do research ahead…

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Tips for Staying Calm During a Veterinary Emergency 08/18/20 - 2:36 pm

A veterinary emergency can be a stressful and frightening experience for any pet owner. However, it is important to try to stay as calm as…

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Signs Your Pet May Need an Emergency Veterinarian 07/28/20 - 6:35 pm

It is recommended that pets visit their veterinarian at least once per year for a wellness exam and preventative care. However, pets can get sick…

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Why our doctors are the best 07/07/20 - 6:34 am

Pet emergencies happen unexpectedly, so it's important to be prepared and plan ahead.  If you’re wondering where to start, there are some great indicators to…

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Common Pet Emergencies And How To Avoid Them 06/25/20 - 11:13 am You’ve seen those viral memes of pets sitting somberly, their heads hanging down, handmade signs around their neck stating their crime; a down pillow…

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Pet Insurance FAQ 10/04/19 - 11:13 am

A staggering 1 in 3 pets requires unexpected veterinary care each year! Pet insurance can help pay for unexpected expenses due to accidents or illnesses.…

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Be Prepared For Your Emergency Vet Visit 08/08/19 - 11:12 am

You never know if or when your pet may need to visit the emergency clinic. Here are a few of our best tips for if…

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Pet Emergency Fire Plan 07/12/19 - 11:11 am

Are you and your pets prepared for an emergency?  Here are a few steps you can take to protect your furry family members. 1) Have…