9501 Lakeview Parkway
(Across from LakePointe Hospital)
Rowlett, TX 75088
M, T & Th:
7 AM - 8 PM
W & F:
7 AM - 6:30 PM
8 AM-2 PM
New! Extended Saturday hours
- Free Kitten Kindergarten Classes
- Now seeing exotics and pocket pets
- We are an officially accredited Cat Friendly practice
- Rowlett Doggie Day Care
- $99 Super Saver Wellness Package
- In-house Veterinary Health Savings Plan
- Low-cost Vaccination Clinic
- In-home Veterinary Hospice Care
- Rowlett Dog Training Classes
- Veterinary Medical Acupuncture
We Are an AAHA Accredited Hospital
To become an AAHA hospital member, candidates must complete a 39-page self-assessment reviewing the hospital's services and facilities. Then, a trained AAHA practice consultant thoroughly evaluates the facility to be sure it complies with AAHA veterinary care standards. More information ...
We are a full service small animal dog and cat veterinary hospital in Rowlett Texas (Rockwall County), a suburb of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Our hospital is located at 9501 Lakeview Parkway (Highway 66) just east of Dalrock Road across from Lake Pointe Medical Center. Our veterinarians proudly provide veterinary medical services to pets residing in the Rowlett, Garland, Rockwall, Heath, East Dallas, Mesquite, Forney, Royse City and surrounding communities. We also provide pet grooming and dog and cat boarding in our pet hotel.
"This hospital is dedicated to our patients, whose loving, loyal and engaging personalities enrich our lives, fill our hearts and constantly inspire us to provide the best veterinary medical care possible."
Our address is:
Animal Hospital of Rowlett
9501 Lakeview Parkway
Rowlett, Texas 75089
Our phone number is:
fax (972) 412-3061
Our extended hours of operation are:
Mon, Tue & Thur: 7:00 AM-8:00PM
Wed & Fri: 7:00 AM-6:30 PM
Sat: 8:00 AM-2:00 PM
Our Heath location address is:
Animal Hospital of Heath
209 Laurence Rd.
Heath, TX 75032
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We are Certified by the American Animal Hospital Association.
To become an AAHA hospital member, candidates must complete a 39-page self-assessment reviewing the hospital's services and facilities. Then, a trained AAHA practice consultant thoroughly evaluates the facility to be sure it complies with AAHA veterinary care standards. These standards include:
- Orderly and accurate medical records
- Complete diagnostic facilities
- Complete pharmacy facilities
- Proper anesthetic procedures
- Modern surgical facilities
- Nursing care
- Properly maintained environment
- Emergency services
- Dental Services
Did you know your veterinarian is a board certified specialist?
Chances are your animal's doctor might never tell you, but you would want to know: your veterinarian is one a very small group of doctors who have earned the title "Diplomate" from the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP). In fact, your veterinarian is one of only 900 ABVP Diplomates in the United States and abroad.
What does that mean? It means your veterinarian made the choice to undergo a very long, very difficult process of additional studies and examination to become a board certified specialist. This process can take up to six years to complete. The process, however, does not end at certification. ABVP Diplomates are required to rectify every 10 years - something most other specialty groups do not require. In the end, the motivation behind achieving Diplomate status is, very simply, excellence.
ABVP Diplomates have proven knowledge and expertise above and beyond what is required to practice veterinary medicine. Beyond that, they have earned the privilege to specialize in the treatment of one or more categories of animals.
How does this affect you? You can rest easy knowing your animals are receiving expert treatment because your veterinarian feels a strong commitment to providing the best possible care available.
Thank you for entrusting your pet's care to us!