Sick or Injured Pet Exams / Treatment

Appointments for Sick or Injured Patient

If you have a sick or injured pet call our hospital as soon as possible. Our receptionist will assist you in making an appointment. Please call 281-342-3727.

Urgent Pet Care Fort Bend, Sick Pet Exams Richmond & Injured Pet Treatment RosenbergEmergency visits start with an exam. Patients are first evaluated with a complete physical examination. Doctors look at your pet’s eyes, ears, skin, cardiovascular, neurological, gastrointestinal, and skeletal systems. Temperature, Pulse and respiration will be assessed. Based on this information, the doctor may order blood work to test kidney and liver function, pancreas, thyroid and adrenal glands. Depending on the condition of your pet, the doctor may recommend further diagnostic testing such as a urinalysis radiographs.

If there is an appointment slot available then you will be seen as a regular appointment provided your pet is not in an emergency situation.

We offer our drop-off service for the convenience of our clients that have to go to work or can’t be here for some other reason. It’s very important for these clients to fill out the drop-off form completely and leave a full description of your pet’s symptoms and when these symptoms started. It is equally important that you leave a phone number where we can reach you to make important decisions regarding your pet’s care.
Drop-Off Form 

Urgent Care:
If your pet must be seen immediately do to an emergency (Needing immediate care) then your pet will be seen before other scheduled appointments and there will be an additional charge of $30.00. The doctor will evaluate your pet and with the help of supportive staff care for and treat your pet.

If your emergency is after or before our clinic is open, please call
Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center (SLVSEC) Open nights, weekends and holidays, the emergency center is located at 1515 Lake Pointe Parkway in Lake Point Town Center, located just north of the intersection of U.S. Hwy 59 and Texas Hwy 6.
Phone: 281.491.7800

Pet Poison Hotline:
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center provides assistance to pet owners pertaining to toxic chemicals and dangerous plants, products or substances 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Phone: 1-888-4-ANI-HELP


Because our veterinarians are active members of the larger veterinary community, should your pet require specialty care or consultation we can coordinate that care on your behalf.