Notice: The clinic will be closed every Wednesday from 12pm - 2pm for staff meetings and training. Click to read more.
Your pet deserves an expert vet.
Book an appointment with us today.
The clinic will be closed every Wednesday from 12pm - 2pm for staff meetings and training.
Mon - Fri: 7am-6pm
Sun: Boarding Pickup Available
For after hours or emergency animal care, please call Gulf Coast Emergency: 713-693-1111
We at Central Houston Animal Hospital continuously strive to make improvements in the health and comfort of your pets. Our animal clinic, led by exceptional clinicians and a talented staff, focuses on up-to-date, high quality, comprehensive animal medical care. We recognize the importance of relationships between humans and animals and we see our clients and patients as extended family. We work as a compassionate, dedicated team to provide full service veterinary care including examinations, vaccines, surgery, hospitalization, dentistry, boarding and grooming. CHAH – Your pet hospital in Houston.
Dedicated rehabilitation professionals tailoring treatment plans to help your pet feel better and live their best lives.
With a combined 19 years of rehab experience our team brings unique perspectives leading to positive outcomes.
We offer a variety of veterinary services to help your pet get healthy and stay healthy. We aim to be the best pet hospital in Houston, which is why we're a certified Fear Free clinic. We do everything we can to eliminate fear, anxiety, and stress during your pet's visit.
In addition to Veterinary Services, we also offer general pet services in our Montrose location. This includes pet grooming, animal boarding, day boarding, and microchip identification systems. We're a one stop shop for you and your pet. Come see why Central Houston Animal Hospital is the best pet clinic in town.
Our Hospital strives to aid in Houston's staggering problem of unwanted pets and pet overpopulation.Adopt A Pet
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