All Creatures Veterinary Center
Veterinarians in Carrollton, TX
All Creatures Veterinary Center requires full payment at the time services are rendered. We don't accept payment plans. We don't accept post dated or hold checks. Our organization receives no support from charitable organizations or the government. We must receive prompt payment for our services and products so that we can maintain the well staffed and equipped practice that our patients deserve.
All Creatures Veterinary Center
read moreWelcome to All Creatures Veterinary Center, where we strive to abide by our name to improve the quality of life for all creatures who come through our doors. Our mission and passion is to provide exemplary veterinary services to the companion animals of Carrollton, Texas. The wagging tails, happy purrs, and beaming smiles of our clients are the reasons why we love being apart of this amazing community. Regular wellness visits offer our veterinary doctors the opportunity to catch illness and disease when they are in their earliest and most treatable phases.
read moreAll Creatures Veterinary Center, located in Carrollton, Texas, provides its clients and their pets with a complete list of veterinary services in a fully equipped veterinary facility. As a client of All Creatures Veterinary Center, you will find clinical care, overnight boarding, and grooming services for dogs, cats, and pocket pets. All Creatures Veterinary Center opens its doors to the Carrollton, Texas community to offer a complete list of clinical services, boarding accommodations, and grooming services for its clients and their special pets.
Pet Grooming Services in Carrollton
read moreOur gentle and caring groomer, Kristy Reynolds, is experienced in providing outstanding grooming services to our clients. Grooming is important to not only your pet's appearance, but to their health. For example, dogs with poodle-like hair can quickly become matted if their fur is never trimmed or brushed. And unlike other animals, poodle-type hair never stops growing when it reaches a certain length. This means grooming must be a regular part of their care. On Hebron Parkway between Marsh Lane and Marsh Ridge Road. 2 miles from the Midway Rd exit on the President George Bush Turnpike W.
Full Service Veterinary Clinic
read moreOur spacious and accommodating facility is able to meet the needs of owners seeking medical advice and services, boarding, and grooming for their animal companions. Because of our large staff of doctors, technicians, and assistants, we can treat a variety of animals including dogs, cats, and pocket pets, and are able to accommodate emergency care cases. For most clients, these services make All Creatures Veterinary Center a one-stop-shop when it comes to their pets' health care needs. On Hebron Parkway between Marsh Lane and Marsh Ridge Road. 2 miles from the Midway Rd exit on the President George Bush Turnpike W.
Pet Emergency Room
read moreIf you are experiencing an emergency, please pick up the phone and call us immediately! While we are able to accommodate our schedule to see emergency clients, we do ask that if it is at all possible, you call in advance so we can prepare to start treatment upon your arrival. We are NOT open 24/7. If you experience an emergency after our regular business hours, please call North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic. They are open 24 hours on Saturdays and Sundays and 8pm-6am Monday-Friday. If you must visit a different emergency hospital because we are closed, and you are our regular client, do not worry - your pet can be transferred back to our care once they are deemed healthy enough for transport.
read moreOur fully-certified veterinary doctors pride themselves on their ability to provide a high level of client satisfaction. We meet this goal by listening attentively to patient concerns, carefully explaining best care practices, and treating pets with compassion and scientific expertise. After receiving her degree in Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Hutton completed a one year small animal and exotic medical and surgical internship at Oradell Animal Hospital in Oradell, New Jersey. She also received additional training at the Animal Medical Center in New York City.