If you have an emergency and it is currently during our business hours, please call us at 281.997.1426 immediately.
However, since Claws & Paws Veterinary Hospital is not a 24-hour facility, we cannot handle all emergency cases for our patients. We can however, recommend one of the many Houston Area Emergency Clinics.
If your pet may have ingested something hazardous, please contact local Animal Emergency Clinic. A comprehensive list of clinic in the Greater Houston Area are listed below. Or, contact ASPCA (Animal Poison Control Center) National Hotline: 888-426-4435.
From time-to-time you may find yourself in an emergency situation; one where you may need to seek emergency treatment for your little one.
Should you have an emergency and need to seek medical attention and don’t know where to go, here is a comprehensive list of emergency clinics in the Greater Houston Area:
We have listed emergency clinics and their approximate location (map below, too), their phone number and a link to their facilities website. Please make sure you call ahead and let them know you are coming, so they can be ready for you and your pet.
We believe the best feature on our App, is the Emergency Tab, where all of this information is listed. With the touch of a button, you can get navigation directions to any of the clinics listed below. View the short video below for more information.
- GCAEH (above) sustained significant damage from Hurricane Harvey and are temporarily housed at 1030 Wirt Road – I-69 at Weslayan (Off I-10 West – Katy Freeway).
North Houston Veterinary Specialists – Spring (NHVS) – I-45 at Spring Cyrpess Rd – 832.616.5000
North Houston Veterinary Specialists – Willowbrook (NHVS) – S.H. 249 at Cypresswood Dr. – 281.890.8875
North Houston Veterinary Specialists – Katy (NHVS) – I-10 at Fry Rd – 281.675.6000
Animal Emergency Urgent Care Center of The Woodlands – (AEUCC) – The Woodlands (I-45 at Woodlands Mall) – 281.367.5444
The following clinics are not Emergency Clinics by design, but they do see emergency cases after hours.
We hope you don’t need their services, but if you do, you have the information.
After your visit with any emergency clinic, your pet’s file should be faxed or emailed to us so we know what has happened, and how your little one is doing.