Animal Rescue Ambulance
If you see an animal in danger or distress, contact our Injured Animal Rescue Ambulance by calling 713-880-HELP (4357). An animal is injured or ill if a physical wound is visible or he/she cannot stand/walk/function as normal. An animal is in distress if he or she is trapped, for example in a sewer, or unable to feed on their own, such as a newborn animal.
We Do It All
Our EVMT (Emergency Veterinary Medical Technician) unit relies on the training and experience of Veterinary Technicians to quickly assess injured animals’ medical needs as soon as we arrive at a call of an injured animal in need. Under the guidance of Chief Animal Welfare & Medical Officer Dr. Roberta Westbrook, this experienced team also supports our on-site hospital operations and together with responding to animals in danger, they provide an unparalleled quality of patient care.