Lake Ray Hubbard
Emergency Pet Care Center

was established in Rowlett in 1997 by a local group of veterinarians to provide high quality emergency and critical care on nights, weekends, and holidays... more

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Emergency services available 24-hours/day, 365 days/year.

Internal Medicine and Surgery consultations can be scheduled Monday through Thursday 8am-5pm.


Emergency examination/consultation fees: $100.00

The examination fee does not include any additional care or medications. The emergency veterinarian will provide a detailed estimate for further care required and a deposit will be required to initiate treatment.

Surgery and Internal Medicine consultation fees are not listed.

Some exotic animal species will be seen only by certain veterinarians.

Please call prior to bringing your pet to the E.R. so that we may prepare for your emergency.


  • Cash
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Discover
  • American Express.

CareCredit: CareCredit® is a health care credit card offered by GE Capital Consumer Card Services that you may apply for upon arrival to the emergency clinic.

NO billing will be accepted. Sorry, we do not accept personal checks.

All payments must be made in full prior to discharge.


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KiaraHistory: “Kiara” is a 4 month old Yorkshire terrier that presented for gagging and foaming at the mouth. Her owner stated that she had aggressively taken a treat away from the housemate 30-40 minutes prior to the symptoms starting. “Kiara” has no other medical conditions and is current on all vaccinations.

Exam: “Kiara’s” physical exam was all normal except for a small amount of regurgitation and persistent gulping.

Diagnostics: Radiographs (see radiographs at bottom of page) revealed a large foreign body lodged in the proximal esophagus...