Emergency Vet Clinics in Houston

When you need an emergency vet clinic you’ll want one that’s near you and that has 24/7 service. Here’s a list of top emergency vet clinics in Houston and the information on Pet Poison Control.

24/7 Emergency Vet Clinics in Houston

Here are 24/7 emergency veterinary clinics in the Houston area.

Central

Vergi 24/7 – 8921 Katy Freeway Houston (I-10 & Campbell) (713) 932-9589 Map It Top recommendation for quality of service and price.

Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists – 8042 Katy Freeway Houston (I-10 & Antoine) (713)693-1111 Map It Multiple specialties in addition to ER services

Sunset Animal Hospital – 2959 Southwest Freeway (59 & Buffalo Speedway) Houston (713) 526-5881 Map It

West (Katy)

Blue Pearl Vet Hospital – 19450 Katy Freeway Houston (I-10 between Greehouse and Fry) (281) 675-6000 Map It

Northeast (Humble)

Animal Emergency Clinic Northeast – 10205 Birchwood Drive Humble (281) 446-4900 Map It

Northwest (Cypress)

Animal ER of Northwest Houston – 27104 US-290 Cypress (290 at Mueschke Road) (281) 304-0039 Map It

Southwest (Sugar Land)

Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists – 1515 Lake Pointe Parkway Sugar Land (281)491-7800 Map It

Southeast (League City)

VCA Animal Emergency Hospital 1108 Gulf Freeway S, Salder Medical Plaza, League City (281)332-1678 Map It

Map of 24/7 Emergency Vet Clinics Near Me

poison control for dogs phone number

Poison Control for Dogs

Calling the poison control phone number for dogs sounds like a great idea. BUT, if your dog has ingested something and is having any of these symptoms, proceed immediately to a veterinarian:

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Foaming at the mouth
  • Shaking/trembling/seizures
  • Trouble breathing
  • Vomiting, especially vomiting blood
  • Excessive drooling
  • Weakness, collapse, disorientation

If you think your animal has ingested something but is behaving normally, that’s the time to contact poison control for dogs. Here are some options for the pet poison control center phone number:

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center 888-426-4435 ($65 fee)

Pet Poison Helpline 855-764-7661 ($59 fee)

If you make the trip to the emergency vet, bring with you any remains of what your dog ingested, or any item they have vomited. This can help the veterinarian make a quick assessment of what needs to happen.

For additional resources on pet poisoning, check our list of foods that are bad for dogs, or our article, Holiday Plants that are Poisonous to Pets.