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Emergency Dog Clinic - What To Do In A Dog Emergency


Does Creekside Animal Hospital see emergencies?

During an emergency every second counts! Our staff is trained and prepared to handle emergencies. Dr. Dolan, Dr. Robinson, and our team will do everything possible to save the life of your canine friend and restore it to full health.

If a situation is life-threatening, please bring your dog straight to our hospital during business hours. If you can, please call ahead so we can prepare for your arrival.

The address is:

26219 Kuykendahl Rd
Tomball, TX 77375

If you have an emergency outside of our regular business hours, we recommend that you go to the following emergency facility:

Blue Pearl Veterinary Specialists

1646 Spring Cypress Rd #100

Spring, TX 77388

(832) 616-5000

What is a dog emergency?

We have compiled the following list of common emergency situations in order to help you decide whether or not your dog requires emergency care. This list does not include every situation that would classify as an emergency. If you feel like your dog is in a life-threatening condition, it is an EMERGENCY.

Common emergency conditions are:

  • difficulty breathing
  • restlessness
  • seizures
  • lethargy
  • major trauma 
  • prolonged vomiting or diarrhea
  • struggling to urinate
  • not eating or drinking for 24 hours
  • coughing
  • unable to use back legs
  • severe pain exposure to toxins

If you have any questions or think your dog needs urgent care call us at (281) 720-7478

Creekside Animal Hospital is proud to be an active member of our community and to serve as your veterinarian in The Woodlands, Tomball, Spring, Conroe, and surrounding areas.

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