Open 24 Hours, 7 Days a Week, 365 Days a Year

(281) 446-4900
10205 Birchridge Drive
Humble, TX 77338

Why our doctors are the best

Why our doctors are the best

Pet emergencies happen unexpectedly, so it’s important to be prepared and plan ahead. Researching emergency or urgent care veterinarians ahead of time can help you rest assured knowing you and your pet will receive quality and compassionate care. If you’re wondering where to start, there are some great indicators to tell whether a practice is going to be the right fit for you and your pet. These are the qualities that make the Animal Emergency Clinic North East a truly exceptional emergency animal hospital. 

Accessibility

You can never predict when your pet is going to require emergency care. That’s why it is so critical to find a veterinarian that can provide you with high-quality care at all hours. A facility that can provide 24-hour emergency care is a must. 

Versatility

The best facilities will be able to provide a full range of medical services in order to provide the best treatment for your pet. For instance, they will be able to offer care for acute injuries or illness, X-rays, lab work, emergency services, and medications. The more flexible and versatile an animal hospital is, the easier it will be for you to get the care your pet needs. 

Communication

When you are experiencing an emergency and looking for the best possible care for your pet,

it’s important that you’re able to communicate with the animal hospital effectively. Your vet should be able to clearly explain the results of your pet’s tests, your pet’s diagnosis, your treatment options, and anything else relevant to your pet’s health. You can always depend on us to provide you with the information you need for your pet. 

If you are in need of the best possible care for your beloved pet or experiencing an emergency, then be sure to call 281-446-4900 and schedule an appointment at the Animal Emergency Clinic North East today! Our skilled veterinarians are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art treatment for our animal patients.