Monday-Friday: 8:00 am-6:00 pm
Emergency & Critical Care
We are taking important steps to tailor our protocols to keep our clients and team members safe and healthy so that we can continue to provide quality veterinary care to pets in need. Based on the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and to exercise caution in regards to COVID-19, please DO NOT come in if you are exhibiting any cold or flu-like symptoms, or if you have been exposed to the virus.
To continue to be there for your pet, we are REOPENING our exam rooms, as well as offering curbside service and drop off appointments for those that would prefer to stay in their vehicles. If you prefer to stay in your vehicle, please call or text us at (281) 491-7800 when dropping off your pet and a team member will come out to your car. When your pet is ready for pick up, we will call you and escort the pet back to your car. We still highly encourage clients to fill out patient history forms if needed prior to arrival; these are available to download on our website or you can send a request to: email@example.com. Lastly, to ensure your health, and the health of our doctors and technicians, they may refrain from shaking your hands.
We are now offering TeleVet for teletriage virtual appointments 24/7 and followups as appropriate for the specialty and situation. TeleVet enables our medical staff to help assess your pet virtually and has the ability to share photos and/or video. Sign up for TeleVet HERE.
Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists is a multi-disciplinary veterinary hospital that provides care to your pets 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our mission at Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists is to provide the best possible veterinary specialty and emergency care for pets and their owners with outstanding customer service, understanding, compassion and communication.
I get to offer pet parents hope where they didn’t have any. Cancer isn’t always the end.
I love my patients in ICU. They’re why I do this. My co-workers are why I do this here.
I enjoy helping pet parents get through this scary time. I know coming here means their baby isn’t doing well and I get to help get them through that.