If case of emergency, please immediately call one of your local animal emergency veterinary clinics. We provide affordable vaccinations, but are not equipped to handle emergency medical conditions.
If your dog or cat suffers any reactions to any vaccinations, we recommend visiting a local veterinarian. Feel free to call us at 817-282-1000 to talk to one of our veterinarians and learn more about what possible side effects your pet could have. Pets, especially puppies, may be lethargic after receiving their shots, but be sure to seek medical help if you suspect something more serious.
We’ve put together this list of emergency clinics in the areas we serve to help you find the care you need for your pet ASAP. If you know of any additional emergency veterinary clinics that can be added to this list, feel free to contact us and we will update our list with additional locations.
Oklahoma City – Animal Emergency Center : 931 W Interstate 240 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73139 : (405) 631-7828
Tulsa – Animal Emergency Center : 4055 S 102nd E Ave, Tulsa, OK 74146 : (918) 665-0508
Arlington – Veterinary Referral & Emergency Hospital of Arlington : 1350 Caplin Drive, Arlington, TX 76018
Dallas – Emergency Animal Clinic : 12101 Greenville Ave Ste 118 Dallas, TX 75243 : (972) 994-9110
Farmer’s Branch – Animal Clinic of Farmers Branch : 14021 Denton Dr, Farmers Branch, TX 75234 : (972) 247-2221
Fort Worth – Fort Worth Animal
Grand Prairie : North Grand Prairie Animal Clinic : 1818 W. Tarrant Road, Grand Prairie, TX 75050 : 972-647-0271
Plano – Emergency Animal Hospital of Collin County : 10225 Custer Rd, Plano, TX 75025 : (214) 547-9900
Richardson – MedVet : 401 W President George Bush Hwy, Richardson, TX 75080 : (972) 479-9110
Seagoville – Seagoville Veterinary Hospital : 1206 US-175, Seagoville, TX 75159 : (972) 287-4521
Waco – Waco Animal Emergency Clinic : 3901 I-35, Waco, TX 76706 : (254) 752-6100