Emergency veterinary medicine can be very costly, and oftentimes pet owners wanting to save their animal’s life are unable to due to financial circumstances. To provide these loving families with the opportunity to keep their beloved companions in their homes, Houston PetSet and Laurel’s House launched their free mobile emergency veterinary services program.
The mobile unit, which was secured by Houston PetSet, is operated by Laurel’s House Co-Founders, Dr. Amy Crum and Dr. Cheryl Hoggard, and their team of technicians. Funding for the program is provided by Houston PetSet. Currently, appointments are offered Wednesday – Friday, and the veterinary team is equipped to treat the following conditions:
- Most minor illnesses and injuries
- Wounds/traumatic injuries
- Respiratory infections
- Urgent surgeries including limb amputations, enucleations, dystocias/c-sections, pyometras, laceration repairs, urgent hernia repairs, urgent (ruptured/infected) mass removals
Since the program’s inception, more than 635 animals have received emergency veterinary services
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As part of the free, emergency veterinary services we provide to animals in need, we distribute food to each owner in order to keep their pet happy and healthy. Our food supply is quickly dwindling. Would you consider adding something from our Amazon Wishlist to your next purchase? https://amzn.to/3ilDgHu
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