Welcome to NORTH TEXAS EMERGENCY PET CLINIC
Your Veterinarian in Carrollton TX
Call us at (972) 323-1310

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (972) 323-1310!

How Can We Help You?

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North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic is an after-hour emergency care facility which provides emergency and critical care for the animals of North Texas. Equipped to handle both walk-ins and referrals, there is no appointment necessary. Our team of emergency veterinarians and nurses are on duty at all times during business hours to provide skilled, gentle and compassionate care.   

Our hospital is well equipped to handle any pet emergency and can provide ICU, surgical, endoscopy and ultrasound services, in addition to other in-house diagnostics, treatments and therapies.

We are open nights, weekends and holidays. We provide flexible visitation hours

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North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic is accredited as an AAHA Emergency and Critical Care Referral Practice, by the American Animal Hospital Association. Currently serving Carrollton and all the surrounding cities in the North Texas area.

Located in South Denton County just north of Dallas/Fort Worth. Easy to get to from I-35 E, Hwy 121 or George Bush Freeway.

Open Monday-Friday 6pm - 8am. Weekends and Holidays open 24hrs a day. Able to see cats, dogs as well as most exotic pets, small livestock, poultry and more! Please call before bringing in exotics, wildlife or small livestock.

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Wendi Kaminski
Carrollton Veterinarian | NORTH TEXAS EMERGENCY PET CLINIC | (972) 323-1310

1712 W Frankford Rd Ste 108
Carrollton, TX 75007 4638


We are AAHA certified. 

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Meet Our Skilled Team

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  • Stacie Fowler
    DVM
    Dr. Fowler is a 1995 graduate of Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine. She has practiced in the Dallas area for 22 years. Dr. Fowler has 18 years of experience in emergency and critical care medicine. Her special interests include pediatrics, non-traditional species, radiation safety and emergency preparedness. Dr. Fowler is also a certified pet loss and bereavement counselor.

  • Shelly Spain
    CVA II
    Technician Manager / Scheduling Coordinator
    Shelly has been in the Dallas area for 26 years. She attended University of North Texas. She has her Certified Veterinary Assistant Level II accreditation and is also a certified Holistic Health Coach. Shelly is a busy wife and mother to adorable twin boys.

  • Donia Meyer
    LVT
    Materials Manager
    Donia has been working with our Emergency Clinic since July of 2009. She graduated from Tech school at Omaha College of Health Careers in Nebraska, graduating in 1997. She moved to the Dallas area in 2008. Her family includes her husband, daughter and son. Her furry family includes 2 rescue pups, miniature poodles named Snappy and Mr. Chew.

  • Raeann Siebold
    CVA II
    Customer Care and Customer Accounts Manager
    Raeann decided to go into veterinary medicine after her own dog needed surgery and the vet allowed her to stay outside the surgery suite to watch. She has worked at North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic since April 2009 and wears multiple hats. Currently she is the Receptionist Manager and also works as a Veterinary Technician and fills in where necessary.

  • Lesley Carver
    Lesley is our practice's financial manager.

  • Wendi Kaminski
    Wendi is our practice manager.

  • North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic Board Members are:
    Dr. John Calhoun,

    Dr. John Harvey,

    Dr. Kirk Esmond,

    Dr. Marc Cattoor,

    Dr. Paul McCullough,

    Dr. Denise Smith

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Office Hours

We are open on holidays. Call for holiday hours.

North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic

Monday:

6 pm until Tuesday 8 am

Tuesday:

6 pm until Wednesday 8 am

Wednesday:

6 pm until Thursday 8 am

Thursday:

6 pm until Friday 8 am

Friday:

6 pm until Monday 8 am

Saturday:

Open 24 hours

Sunday:

Open 24 hours