Austin Vet Hospital

Austin Vet Hospital

Central Austin location. On the northbound frontage road just north of Airport Blvd and before the M Serving the Travis County area for over 50 years!

Established in 1971, Austin Vet Hospital is a state of the art veterinary clinic located in central Austin near the Mueller development on I-35. You're gonna wish your own doctor was this good. We look forward to the opportunity to partner with you to provide the most advanced veterinary care in a warm, caring environment!


Arthritis is extremely common in pets, especially as they age. Signs of arthritis in pets include (but are not limited to):

-Stiff or swollen joints
-Difficulty standing from a lying position
-Difficulty going upstairs or jumping
-Reduced muscle volume in the rear limbs

If your pet is showing signs of arthritis, please contact us. We have many treatment options available to help keep your pet thriving, comfortable, and happy!


Did you know that the average dog has an intelligence level comparable to a 2-year-old human? 🤔

According to the American Psychological Association, dogs can learn up to 250 words and gestures, equivalent to toddlers. What words does your pet know?

Photos from Austin Vet Hospital's post 11/18/2023

Before we activate feast mode, we wanted to share our Thanksgiving safety tips to help keep your pet as healthy as can be.

Share this post to spread awareness and Thanksgiving cheer!🦃

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Senior pets are more susceptible to certain health problems. Combining regular wellness visits with lots of love can help prolong their life!

Check out our tips on making your pet’s silver-whiskered years more golden. Share this post with a fellow pet parent!


In honor of Veteran's Day, we want to express our gratitude to our brave veterans – both human and canine – as well as the Service Dogs who provide unwavering support.​ 💙

To donate, learn more, or apply for the perfect Service Dog match, visit K9s for Warriors here:​


November is , and we wanted to bring awareness to some early onset signs to remain vigilant of:

-Excessive drinking
-Increased urination
-Weight loss
-Appetite changes
-Cloudy eyes
-Chronic or recurring infections, especially skin and urinary infections

If any of the above develops in your pet, consult your veterinarian. Diabetic pets can live a long and happy life with proper treatment. Share this post to spread awareness!


Senior pets are perfect for families that are looking for a loyal companion, and at your local animal shelter, there is a senior pet waiting for their fur-ever home.

Did you adopt your senior pet? If so, tell us about your pet’s adoption story in the comments below!

Photos from Austin Vet Hospital's post 11/02/2023

Your pet’s bladder is an important part of their overall health. With November being , we wanted to share our top tips to help keep your pet healthy and some signs that might indicate an issue is present.

Share this post to help keep your fellow pet parents in the know!


Did you know that 1 in 5 parents dress up their pet as a pumpkin? 🎃

According to the National Retail Federation, pumpkin pet costumes are very popular, followed by a hotdog, superhero, or bumblebee costume!

What does your pet plan to dress up as this Halloween? Show us in the comments below!

Photos from Austin Vet Hospital's post 10/26/2023

Halloween is only a few days away! We wanted to share our top pet safety tips so you and your pet can have a happy howl-o-ween. Enjoy, be safe, and share this post for awareness! 🐾 🎃


Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear scrubs, are covered in slobber, and have a trail of pet hair that follows their every move.

As we wrap up Vet Tech Week, we want to extend our gratitude and appreciation to our Vet Techs! Join us in giving a round of appaws to our team in the comments below! 🎉🐾

Photos from Austin Vet Hospital's post 10/19/2023

October is Animal Safety & Protection Month, shedding light on pet safety protocols to help keep your pet healthy and as happy as possible!

Share this post to help promote awareness and possibly save a pet’s life. 💙

Photos from Austin Vet Hospital's post 10/14/2023

Just like humans, ear health in our pets is an important aspect of their overall health.

During wellness visits, we check your pet’s ears for any potential issues and provide intervention if needed.

If symptoms of infection or disease are ignored, serious issues may develop. Share this post so other pet parents hear about ear health! 👂


October is , raising awareness that there are over 3 million dogs that enter a shelter each year (ASPCA).

We’d like to encourage our friends to consider adoption, or, volunteer at your local shelter for the dogs in need.

Special thanks to shelters for helping our furry friends find their forever home. Share this post to spread awareness! 💙


Did you know October is Pet Wellness Month? This is the perfect reminder to book your pet’s wellness visit!

Regular wellness visits help to ensure that your pet’s health is on the right track. During wellness visits, we can review their medical history, discuss any changes, and identify any potential health issues and take proactive measures.

Share this post to help spread awareness for Pet Wellness Month!


It’s National Walk Your Dog Week! In honor of this week, we encourage our pet parents to enjoy the outdoors with their dogs! ☀️

Comment a photo below of you and your dog at your favorite place to walk together.


This week is Deaf Dog Awareness Week, and we wanted to highlight a few signs that may indicate that your dog could have a hearing problem:

-Ignores loud noises
-Frequent barking
-Frequent ear infections and/or pain
-Sudden surprises make them snap

If your pet is experiencing any of the above, please contact us. Share this post to help spread awareness!

Photos from Austin Vet Hospital's post 09/28/2023

Today is World Rabies Day, a reminder to make sure your pet is up to date on their rabies vaccine!

Transmitted through saliva, rabies is an infectious disease that affects the central nervous system of warm-blooded animals.

Share this post to help spread awareness and to help save lives!


Pumpkin-spiced lattes & football nights with your furry friend by your side – it’s that time of year! 🏈

What football team are you rooting for? Or better yet, who is your pet’s favorite wide-retriever? Comment below!


Your pet’s vision is one of the many things we keep an eye on during wellness exams. 👀

We check for any sign of disease or discomfort as problems such as cataracts, glaucoma, and ulcers can progress quickly. If you haven’t booked your pet’s wellness exam just yet, we hope to see you and your pet soon!


Ensuring that our canine friends remain healthy and happy is a vital part of responsible dog ownership, and our pet parents do a great job of that!

With today being Responsible Dog Ownership Day, hold your dog a little tighter and share a photo of them in the comments below! 🥰


September is National Service Dog Month – designed to show appreciation for service dogs and the incredible work they provide.

Join us in honoring the amazing animals who devote their lives to their companions. Like/share this post as a form of appreciation, and comment below if you know a service dog! 🤍


With September being Leukemia & Lymphoma Awareness Month, we wanted to remind our pet parents of the benefit of regular wellness visits.

Attending a wellness visit 1-2xs a year, along with routine bloodwork, allows our team to identify any potential problems and provide early intervention.

Share this post to help spread the message that early intervention can save a life!


Did you know?

The Beagle was among the five most popular breeds in 1934 and remains in the top five today! If you own a beagle, share a photo in the comments below, or tag a friend who owns one!


It’s Happy Cat Month! At our hospital, we love to see happy cats, but we appreciate cattitudes of all kinds!

Join us in celebrating by sharing a photo of your cat in the comments below! 😸


We are wrapping up with helpful recommendations that can protect your pet from itchy, annoying fleas!

-Limit your pet’s time outdoors
-Bathe & brush your pet regularly
-Check for fleas regularly
-Contact us for flea-prevention products


Poor dental hygiene in cats and dogs can lead to excess tartar, swelling, or even gum disease.

But not to worry – our team is here to help keep your pet’s smile in purrfect condition with our dental cleanings.

Call us today to book your pet’s cleaning!


Did you know research has shown that simply petting your dog lowers the stress hormone cortisol? Share this post to remind your friends to pet their dogs daily! 🥰


Just like humans, pets can develop glaucoma, a painful eye disease. Early intervention can not only prevent pain but can reduce the risk of losing their sight.

If any of the following symptoms occur, contact us to book a visit and we will evaluate the cause of concern.

Share this post to help bring awareness!

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4701 N. I-35 Frontage Road
Austin, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 6pm
Tuesday 7am - 6pm
Wednesday 7am - 6pm
Thursday 7am - 6pm
Friday 7am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm

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