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Large Animal Hospital

For large animal appointments call (979) 845-3541 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Emergencies accepted 24 hours a day
Large Animal Hospital

Welcome to the Large Animal Hospital at Texas A&M

At the Large Animal Hospital, we have one focus: the care and well-being of your animals.  Our team of clinicians, veterinary students, and support staff have made a commitment to providing the best medicine available.  Patients have access to the full spectrum of veterinary care; from annual preventive medicine through our Community Practice and Field Services to complex surgical procedures through our Soft Tissue and Orthopedic Surgery Services.  Our doctors are leaders in their fields and our collaborative approach to managing each case will provides a total package of care that is not available anywhere else. And with access to state-of-the-art equipment and advanced facilities, your animal is truly in the best hands.



The Large Animal Hospital is open 24 hours a day to accept emergency cases. Please call ahead at 979-845-3541 so we can make sure a clinician is available to receive your case. Click here for more information about our Emergency Service.

Referrals & Appointments

A referral is not required to schedule an appointment in the Large Animal Hospital. Normal business hours are 8:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The front desk is available after hours from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm during the week. The Large Animal Hospital refers calls to an answering service after 11:00 pm.

Information Regarding Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) In Horses

Vesicular stomatitis (VS) is a viral disease that usually affects horses and cattle. While it seldom poses a serious threat to the life of affected animals, it is very important in our country because the clinical signs are almost indistinguishable from Foot and Mouth Disease, a disease that has been eradicated from North America for decades. Therefore, our animal health agencies have made VS a reportable disease.

Read our policy on horses with VS