Airport Freeway Animal Emergency Hospital
833 W. Airport Fwy
Euless TX 76040
Euless TX 76040
Opening HoursMon - Sun Open 24 Hours
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On October 30th I lost my beloved friend and companion, a Golden Retriever named Prince.This experience was almost unbearable as well as having to accept the reality that Prince would never be with me again in this lifetime. Prince died before I could get to the clinic from work and I was devastated. From the minute I walked into this facility I was immediately surrounded by the most compassionate and caring professionals I have ever seen. It was immediately obvious to me that the staff here devotes their entire lives to the caring of sick animals and to showing compassion to their owners.They put me in a small room so I could spend time with him and quietly made arrangements to have him cremated. When I left, the staff gave me a small clipping of hair from his tail bound with a blue ribbon. I was very impressed and appreciative. I now have it framed and sitting on my bedroom dresser.This staff is very organized and realizes that emergency medicine can be very expensive. They will inform you up front what is needed to treat your pet and how much it will cost. They even have Care Credit where you can pay off your bill over time. I do not know how much more any facility could do to help relieve financial stress. People out there please understand, this is EMERGENCY MEDICINE not a casual trip to the vet. Unfortunately it is expensive but we are all forced to be aware of this when we take a human to the emergency room.For you few people out there who have accused this clinic of "only trying to take your money", is totally unfair. If you witnessed what I witnessed on October 30th you would never even think about making a rude remark like that!Finally, I would recommend this hospital to anyone who requires special care for their sick pet. God bless all of you and thank you for taking special care of my precious dog!
My Jethro is 16 year old chihuahua i took her to Airport freeway animal ER with Dr. Colette Levasseur my dog was so bad and i thought he is going to die ..Dr. Colette saved my dog she prescribed the right medication and so caring ..i have 2 dogs that just passed away prior and the vet. just said dont spend more money your dog is dieing and did not do anything ...Jethro was worst and survive ..and doing so well until now he is turning 17th on Aug. ..Thank you so much ...i should have known this place...before hand and now i can not trust any vet..God bless...and to every body you all rock and caring ....
My 10 year old pug “Skipper” has been to this emergency room 2 times. Our first trip was easy. I had given my dogs a bath (I have 2 pugs) and once they were dried I tried to trim their nails. My dog Skipper has all black toenails and I ended up cutting the nail to short. My entire bathroom likes like a blood bath. The bleeding wouldn’t stop. I called my vet in Decatur and they were closed. So I googled emergency animal hospitals. This hospital was the first to pull up. The drive from my house to the hospital was over 60 miles. When we arrived we were greeted by a Technician named Linda. She immediately took us to an exam room. While I filled out the paperwork, Linda used a silver nitrate stick to stop the bleeding. I can’t remember for the life of me the Veterinarians name. She was amazing. Even Skipper likes her. She examined my pug and and asked me if I wanted them to finish the toenail trim. Hell yes I said yes!!!! We weren’t there for more than 20 minutes. I was only charged for the office visit. I would recommend this hospital to everyone I know. Fast forward 2 months. I was asleep and woke up to the most awful sound I’ve ever heard. It was Skipper having a seizure in his wire crate next to my closet. He was crying and shaking violently. I sat in front of his cage crying thinking this is it, he’s dying. It took what seemed like eternity for him to come out of it. We immediately left for the emergency room. He sat in a box in my car on the floorboard. Remember it’s over 60 miles away. And 2 o’clock in the morning. As soon as I opened the hospital door a technician greeted me. I told her what happened and she asked me to wait in the lobby while she took him to the back. I couldn’t just stand there. I was so worried he would die and I wouldn’t get to say goodbye. So I went to the back. The Dr told me we needed to run some tests and if it would be okay to put a IV catheter in his leg in case he seized again. I said yes to everything. They allowed me to stay in the back and talk to Skipper. We did blood work and checked his glucose and urine. All blood work was normal. The vet asked me almost a million questions about any possible plant ingestion or prescription medication he may have gotten Into. There was no way he got into anything. By this point Skipper was acting normal. We discussed epilepsy and medication. She said it could be a one time seizure. I asked her what she would do for her dog. And we agreed on anti seizure pills. Today has been 3 months since that visit. And Skipper hasn’t skipped a beat. Once a month the hospital calls to tell me when my prescription is ready. And for the past 4 months I’ve brought Skipper with me for a visit with his new friends. This animal hospital is always clean and in order. Every stafff member I’ve met goes out of their way to make us feel welcome. The drive is worth it. Oh, and they called and checked on Skipper every week for 4 weeks. My regular vet has never done this. Hands down best emergency animal hospital in the state.
We were visiting in Bedford with a toy poodle Lexy last Sunday. She had got sick and we called banfield vet they referred us to your facility. You diagnosed her with IMHA and she was a diabetic. Her prognosis was 50/50 as she needed blood transfusion before any meds could be given. The expertise of your staff and continued care brought her around and were able to return home today. Our vet has received all her paperwork and we can continue her care here.
I have taken several of my pets to this hospital over the years. Last weekend my kitty Opal started vomiting for no apparent reason, so I took her in to the emergency hospital. Dr Levasseur didn't have an exact answer for me about what was wrong, but was able to give me several different options for treatment. It wasn't cheap, by a long shot, but they worked with me and gave me multiple options for treatment. Mindy presented me with several estimates and I was able to hospitalize her overnight. She received IV fluids and IV medications to treat her symptoms and was able to go home after about 20 hours. I am a nurse, and have always been impressed by how knowledgeable and compassionate the staff is. Dr Levasseur, Dr Smith and Dr Hawkins have all treated my pets and always make me feel comfortable and confident their number one concern is my pet's well being.
Nice hospital. Friendly staff. My dog is doing much better.
We recently added a stray to our pack. When she first showed up at our home, she didn’t look well. We decided to take her to the hospital to get her checked out. She was so timid, the hospital personnel were all so very sweet to her. Treated her with such kindness. After a few follow ups She is healthy, happy and heart worm free. You would think she had always been a part of our family. Thank you to all the help and kindness! We will be back and bringing all of our fur babies!
The staff is above and beyond amazing! They treat you wonderfully and treat your pet as if it was their own. My poor Pomeranian was suffering female problems and they didn't hesitate to help her and get her back to feeling %100! I was nervous leaving her over night but they called to let me know how she was that night and I was there early to pick her up the next morning because she was doing so well! I would highly recommend this facility to anyone who has fur babies that need help!
When our Lab needed emergency care we were fortunate to find Airport Freeway Animal Emergency Hospital. Based on our experience our family and our Labrador highly recommend the AFAEH.