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  • Allergies/Fleas/Skin Disorders
  • Annual Pet Wellness
  • Dentistry
  • Emergency Services
  • Kitten Wellness
  • Laboratory Diagnostics
  • Microchipping
  • Pharmacy
  • Puppy Wellness
  • Rabies Tags
  • Surgical Services
  • K-Laser Therapy
  • Ultrasound
  • Radiography
  • Geriatric Care and Planning

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Cold Laser |Rabies Tags | Pharmacy | Laboratory Diagnostics | Allergies, Fleas, Skin Disorders | Microchipping 

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Surgical Services

Wellness and Vaccination Programs

Annual Pet Wellness
Puppy & Kitten Wellness

Urgent Care and Emergency Services

At the Austin Veterinary Clinic, we try to see most of our patients on an appointment basis. However, we do realize that sometimes pets can become ill very suddenly and need to be seen without an appointment. If your pet becomes ill during regular office hours, it is best to call the office as soon as possible during the day. Sometimes we don’t have same day appointments available, due to last minute cancellations. If there are no appointments available, and your pet is seriously ill, we do our best to fit your pet into our work schedule. Usually the best way to handle this is to bring your pet in, fill out an urgent care drop-off form and leave your pet at the hospital. We will examine your pet as soon as possible and stay in touch with you by phone.

If you have a critical emergency, such as a “hit by car”, we will make every effort to prioritize the case, as needed.

After hours emergencies are handled by the doctor-on-call. Simply call the clinic phone number and follow the voicemail instructions to contact the doctor-on-call. If the doctor does not answer, it means that they are probably already working on an emergency. Leave a message with your name, phone number and nature of the problem and they will return your call as soon as it is possible.

*We have a veterinarian on duty seven days a week who are trained and equipped to handle any urgent care your pet has. Usually an emergency team consists of at least one veterinarian and occasionally a technician working together to save a pet's life. Emergencies can be things such as accidental ingestion of rat poison, hit by car, and chocolate ingestion, horse colics,  milk fevers, difficult birthing. If you ever feel that your animal needs emergency treatment do not hesitate to call or come in immediately.