Location, Contact Information
8541 Ferguson Road
Dallas, Texas 75228
(214) 328-9935
Fax (214) 328-4378
Mon, Thurs 7:30am-8pm
Tues, Wed, Fri 7:30am-6pm
Sat 8am-5pm
EMERGENCY: click here



East Dallas Veterinary Clinic
Regular Hours:
Mon, Thurs: 7:30am-8pm
Tues, Wed, Fri: 7:30am-6pm
Sat: 8am-5pm
Sun: Closed

If you have an emergency, please come to the clinic right away. If time permits, call ahead so that we can be expecting you.

After Hours – Call the Lake Ray Hubbard Emergency Pet Care Center (972-226-3377) or the Emergency Animal Clinic (972-994-9110). The emergency clinics can further advise you on how to best care for your pet.

Animal Poison Control
ASPCA (888) 4ANIHELP (426-4435)

$50.00 per case (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express). The Center will do as many follow-up calls as necessary in critical cases, and at the owner’s request will contact their veterinarian. The Center also provides via fax specific treatment protocols and current literature citations when indicated.”

Emergency Animal Clinic
(972) 994-9110
12101 Greenville Ave
Dallas, TX 75243

(214) 520-8388
3337 N. Fitzhugh
Dallas, TX 75204

City of Dallas Animal Services
(214) 670-6800
For any animal related services, please call 311.
1818 N. Westmoreland Rd
Dallas, TX 75212
Lake Ray Hubbard Emergency Pet Care Center
(972) 226-3377
4651 N Belt Line Rd
Mesquite, TX 75150


For recalls of pet foods
For recalls of pet food as well as medicines



Healthcare Expenses
When expenses are a concern…. “CareCredit is a flexible patient/client payment program, specifically designed for healthcare expenses, that makes it easier for you to get the treatment or procedures you want and need. CareCredit is ideal for co-payments, deductibles, treatment and procedures not covered by insurance, and can be used at over 35,000 practices nationwide.” Learn all about it at www.carecredit.com.

East Dallas Veterinary Clinic participates in this program.

Need Help Affording Veterinary Care?
United Animal Nations www.uan.org/lifeline/resources.html

www.aspca.org/about-us/faq “Financial help with my vet bill” under “pet care”

Humane Society of the United States www.humanesociety.org, “Having Trouble Affording Veterinary Care?”


Obedience Training-Intro
The benefits of obedience training far outweigh the short period of time spent in training class and working with your dog. Not only do you train your dog to respond to basic obedience commands, you learn how to communicate with your companion. The basic obedience training commands are heel, sit, stay, come, down.

For folks who may have an interest, there are numerous other Obedience Training Clubs around the city which take Obedience Training to the competitive level, which incorporates the basic commands off-lead up to scent discrimination and hand signals. While this is not for everyone, it is a lot of fun for those who are interested.

For further information concerning basic obedience training, please contact our Clinic or do an on-line search.

All Breed Obedience Training Club
Training group at Flagpole Hill. Learn more at their Web site: www.abotc.com or call Beth and Jeff Bornman (214-381-7488) or Bill Martin (972-398-6690). They tend to have larger groups and use choke chains.
Good Dog Fetch
Offers smaller groups or private training. Works with clicker training. Website: www.gooddogfetch.com
Kathi O’Malley
Canine behavioral consultant. Website: www.talk2thepaw.com


You can now register your pet with the City of Dallas online. Just go to www.dallasanimalservices.org and click on their link Register your pet online today! to complete your registration. There is also a wealth of other information on this site you may want to look through.

(214) 670-6800
For any animal related services, please call 311.
1818 N. Westmoreland Rd
Dallas, TX 75212


We do not endorse and have not tried the majority of these products, but thought they would be useful to our canine and feline companions.
The Cat’s Den
View this unique offering of special indoor and/or outdoor enclosures for your cat at www.thecatsden.net or e-mail info@thecatsden.net.
Help’EmUp Harness
This is a complete support and lifting harness for dogs with aging shoulders and/or hips that need help rising. It can stay on your dog 24/7. Comes in medium, large and x-large. Visit them online at www.helpemup.com or call 303-477-2201
Portable Pet Twistep
Made by Heininger, this is a step with an anti-slip surface and twists under your vehicle for transport. Simple, durable and very practical to help your 4-legged friends into your vehicle. For more info, just search Portable Pet Twistep for various retailers who carry this product, or contact info@heininger.biz. Telephone number is 360-756-2411.<
Dog Trainer Pro
This is an iPhone application created by Dr. Jez Rose, psychological consultant and canine behavior specialist. This free application features training and behavior tips for puppies and adult dogs. An application for Android is also in development.
This product is installed outside the home, much the same as a window air conditioning unit and serves as a cat litter box, thus filtering any unpleasant odors outside the home. This was endorsed as one of the 10 Best New Products by veterinarian Marty Becker in 2010.
This is designed to accommodate households with multiple cats or those with cats and dogs. It has a swinging door that is activated by a special tag on the cat’s collar. For additional information, contact NekoFeeder at 802-264-6055 or visit www.nekofeeder.com.
BrakeFast Bowls
These are bowls designed to slow down the dogs that prefer to inhale or bolt down their dog food – the simple obstructions will slow your dog down and for the aggressive eater, the bowl slides. Visit http://www.brake-fast.net for photographs and pricing information. The bowls come in small, medium and large, and work with both kibble and canned food.