Small Animal Hospital
Small Animal Emergency Cases
The Small Animal Hospital accepts emergency cases 24 hours a
day. You do not need to call ahead to bring in small animal
Wild or Orphan Animals
The Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital accepts only select
injured or ill wild animals (including small mammals, birds,
amphibians and nonvenomous reptiles) for medical care.
Primary Care for these animals is through the zoological medicine
service. After-hour cases may be seen through the small
animal emergency service. The emergency service does not
Wild animals that may present a health hazard (Bats, skunks,
coyotes, raccoons or foxes), such as suspected rabies infection,
should be handled by your local animal control agency and are not
accepted at the VMTH. For healthy orphan wild animals, please
contact your local wildlife rehabilitator for advice and help on
placement and care. We highly recommend you call ahead for
advice on what to do should you encounter wildlife before you touch
it. In many cases uninjured young animals have their mother nearby
and are not actually orphans.
Please refer to Zoological Medicine for exotics cases.
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Referral is required for specialty services.
Map and Directions
Addresses for use in your GPS device:
- Small Animal Hospital:
465 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy College Station 77845
If you are arriving via Highway 6, take the University Drive exit and proceed west on University Drive. The street becomes Raymond Stotzer Parkway and the college is on the right at the corner of Agronomy Road and Stotzer.
If you are arriving via Highway 21, exit Highway 47 at the Riverside Campus. Continue on Highway 47 until it intersects with Raymond Stotzer Parkway (also Highway 60), turning left toward the main TAMU campus. The college is on the left approximately one mile east of Easterwood Airport.
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