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Johnson John W
620 S Fulton Beach Rd, Rockport, TX 78382(361) 790-8630 Write a review
Rockport Urgent Care
2621 Highway 35 , Rockport, TX 78382(361) 729-3939 Write a review
2726 Highway 35 , Rockport, TX 78382(361) 727-9994 Write a review
Podiatry Group of South Texas
1325 Broadway St, Rockport, TX 78382(361) 729-5888 Write a review
Davita Edwardsville Dialysis Center
2102 Fm 2165 , Rockport, TX 78382(361) 729-5900 Write a review
Russell Bruce MD
600 Cut Off Rd, Port Aransas, TX 78373(361) 749-1930 Write a review
More on Animal Hospitals
Some of the emergency veterinary services provided by animal hospitals for your pets are: x-ray, neurology, cardiology, ophthalmology, broken bones, stitches, poisoning, and MRI/CT scans. The non emergency veterinary service provided are the wellness programs that include: Check ups, vaccinations, dental, fecal examinations for internal parasites, senior wellness, special pet diets, lab work and pain management. The veterinarian or staff can answer all your questions regarding your pets health. They can inform you about any diseases, required vaccinations, illnesses, special diets, and first aid treatment. They also can provide you with all the information you need about caring for exotic pets, and any wildlife animals. If you are looking to adopt a pet, they can provide you with literature on common sociological and physiological traits of various breeds of animals. Local animal hospitals are not limited to caring for dogs and cats, the veterinarian can provide pet care for birds, gerbils, hamsters, rabbits, snakes, ferrets, exotic and wildlife. They also have a full line food for your pet that has been formulated by veterinarians for optimum pet health. We all love our pets, and no matter how closely we watch over them, accidents can occur. This is when you should keep your local animal hospital address and vets phone number on your refrigerator, and in your cell phone, in case you need to contact them right away. It is also important to know that a few animal hospitals have their own ambulatory service for seriously injured pets who should not be moved, but only by a qualified technician. They are trained to carefully carry your pet without causing further injury, and will transport them back to their facility where the vet can promptly administer emergency pet care.