Our regular office hours are Monday through Thursday 8:00 am to 5:30 pm, Friday 8 am to 4 pm, Saturday 8:30 am to 12:30 pm, Sunday 3 pm to 5 pm.

For emergencies: only established clients can reach our on-call doctor by calling (936) 564-4341.
To be considered an established client we must have seen a patient during regular office hours once in the past three years.

Our minimum after-hours emergency fee is $300.00 and is due at the time of service.
After 8:00 pm calls are being referred to one of the following emergency facilities:

Angelina Animal Hospital
936-634-9413
2205 N Timberland Dr, Lufkin TX
18 miles from Nacogdoches

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Tyler Emergency Clinic
903-534-0459
1401 W SW Loop 323 Tyler TX
74 miles from Nacogdoches

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East Texas Animal Hospital
903-759-8545
812 Gilmer Rd Longview, TX
72 miles from Nacogdoches

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Animal Emergency Clinic
318-227-2345
2421 Line Ave #B Shreveport LA
99 miles from Nac/ 63 miles from Center

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The Vet on 4th
903-475-1908
3576 N Fourth St, Longview, TX 75605
72 miles from Nacogdoches

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Ward Animal Hospital vets are dedicated to alleviating the pain and enhancing the health of our patients by providing advanced Emergency and Critical Care medicine to the pets in our community.  With compassion and commitment, we strive to provide a high standard of care while maintaining a respect for the strong bond between our patients and their families.

If you are not sure if your situation is an emergency, please call us 936.564.4341! If we feel examination and/or treatment is needed, we will advise you to bring your pet to the clinic.  The information that you provide before you arrive will enable our staff to prepare for your pet’s arrival.  We can also give you specific directions to our clinic or provide you with information to help your pet before you arrive.

What Are My Payment Options?

We accept cash, approved checks, credit cards (Master Card, Visa, and Discover) and care credit.

If your pet is hospitalized or undergoing an emergency surgery, a deposit will be required.