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Welcome to Flower Mound Emergency Pet Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Flower Mound TX
Call us at (469) 464-2964

New clients click HERE to pre-register and get $10 off with exam fee!

Welcome to the web home of Flower Mound Emergency Veterinary Clinic. Opened in 2008, we provide emergency and critical care for primary veterinarians in the Flower Mound and Lewisville area. We also offer after-hours care in emergency situations when your primary veterinarian is closed.

Here on our website, you can take a virtual tour of our facilities. For referring DVMs, you can download all the forms you need from our website. You may also look at our brochure online here. You may also find our operating hours and our location in Flower Mound.

HERE is vital information about snake bites, and to help keep your pets safe. (requires MS Word).

For information and directions to our affiliated ER in Carrollton visit www.ntepc.com.

Jennifer Perry
Flower Mound Veterinarian | Flower Mound Emergency Pet Clinic | (469) 464-2964

2311 Cross Timbers Rd. #319
Flower Mound, TX 75028

Testimonials

  • "Many, many thanks for the love and care for our precious Yorkie diagnosed with Leptospirosis. And, many thanks for the extreme professionalism and care shown to us as well so we had the confidence our baby was in great hands!"
    Lisa Sharp M.

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