Our Services 

Park Cities Animal Hospital is proud to be Dallas' oldest small animal hospital in operation since 1939. Our health care team's primary goal is to provide the best possible service for you and your pet. We specialize in: Cats, Dogs, Birds, Reptiles, and Small Mammals. 

Park Cities Animal Hospital's Services  

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Dog and Cats

Through extensive continuing education, the latest in technology and medicine we are confident in our ability to provide for all of your pets needs. We understand that your dog and/or cat is a valued member of your family and we promise to respect and partner with you in achieving optimal health for your pet.

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Birds, Reptiles, Small Mammals and Backyard Chickens

Veterinary medicine for birds and exotic pets is growing as the popularity of these animals increases. With better public education in health, nutritional, and environmental management, all species have a greater chance for living longer and healthier lives. Several of our staff veterinarians are experienced in the care and treatment of our exotic patients.

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Regular professional teeth cleaning is important to maintaining your pet's overall health.

We use modern and safe ultrasound to clean each tooth thoroughly above and below the gum line. Teeth are polished to create a smooth, lustrous tooth surface. We offer advanced pet dentistry care such as bonded sealant, dental radiographs, and Oravet Plaque Prevention Gel.

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Emergency and Critical Care

Should an emergency occur during office hours, call our office for instructions. This will give you the information you need and will help our health care team prepare for your arrival.

After-Hours Emergency Care is provided by the Emergency Clinic of Dallas. They have three convenient locations. You can find the one closest to you and their contact information by clicking on link below. they are there for your pet's emergencies on evenings, weekends and holidays.



HomeAgain Microchip Identification

TheHomeAgain Microchip Identification System is a safe, simple and permanent form of pet identification designed to quicky identify lost pets and reunite them with their owners. Over 10 million pets become lost each year. One out of every three pets is lost during its lifetime, and only one in ten pets are found. The HomeAgain Microchip Identification System is a proven way to successfully recover your pet if he should become lost.

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Immunizations and Pet Wellness Care

We strive to prevent illness whenever possible. We recommend that every pet have a yearly physical that includes intestinal parasite and heartworm testing. Depending on your pet's age we also recommend blood analysis to evaluate your pet's internal organ functions.

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Pain Management

Our pets feel pain as discomfort under the same circumstances we do. Park Cities Animal Hospital recognizes this and offers a wide range of veterinary analgesics to suit a variety of patient needs.

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We stock a wide range of veterinary medicine and nutraceuticals such as Nutramax products and Dasuquin. 

In addition, we offer a wide selection of heartworm and flea preventatives like Trifexis, Advantage Multi, Vectra 3D and Revolution. We encourage our clients to call ahead for quick in and out refill pickups from our pharmacy.

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We provide on-site diagnostic digital radiographic technology during regular business hours. In addition, each radiograph is sent to a board certified radiologist for review.

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Patients scheduled for surgery should arrive between 8:00 and 8:30 A.M. on the day of the procedure. If it is more convenient for you, you may make advance arrangements to bring your pet to the hospital the night before surgery or arrange for early morning drop off. It is important that food be withheld after 10:00 P.M. the evening before surgery. Water may be provided as late as the morning of the procedure. Ask your doctor about medication administration for special-needs patients prior to surgery.


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Park Cities Animal Hospital is proud to offer ultrasound, a noninvasive state-of-the-art technology that uses sound waves to painlessly examine specific internal organs. Ultrasound procedures are performed by appointment.


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Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic and surgical tool. This instrument will allow our doctors, with the aid of a high resolution camera, to perform procedures in the abdomen through small incisions as compared to larger incisions previously needed.


Clinic Hours

Day Hours
Monday 8 am to 6 pm
Tuesday 8 am to 6 pm
Wednesday   8 am to 6 pm
Thursday 8 am to 6 pm
Friday 8 am to 6 pm
Saturday 8 am to noon
Sunday Closed


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  • Holiday Safety Tips

    Santa Kelly and Winston

    Santa and Winston offer tips to keep our babies safe for the holiday.


    Holiday plants-Christmas rose, Holly, Lilies and Mistletoe are toxic to dogs and cats

    Ribbons-It may look adorable, but placing a ribbon around your pet’s neck may cause them to choke.

    Bubbling Lights-Older forms of this attractive decoration may contain methylene chloride, which is a highly toxic chemical.

    Fire salts-Contain chemicals that could be harmful to pets.

    Angel Hair (spun glass)-Can be irritating to eyes and skin, and could cause intestinal obstruction if eaten in large amounts.

    Christmas tree water-Stagnant tree water or water containing preservatives could result in stomach upset if ingested.

    Decoration hooks-Can cause blockage and/or trauma to gastrointestinal tract if swallowed.

    Styrofoam-Can cause your pets to choke if swallowed.

    Ornaments-These can look like toys to cats and dogs, but they can cause serious injury, especially if your pets break or swallow them.

    Tinsel-can cause choking or internal trauma if swallowed

           New Year’s

    Balloons and Confetti-These fun New Year’s party decorations can cause your pets to choke and obstruct their intestines if ingested.  Keep an eye on your pets when they’re around these items or move them to an area that is not decorated.

    Loud Noises-New Year’s is typically a noisy holiday.  Unfortunately, loud noises frighten pets and can cause them to run off.  Keep your pets in a separate room, away from noisemakers, music, and other loud sounds that may startle them.


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