Every pet deserves medicine this advanced.
Since 1980, I-20 Animal Medical Center has been committed to providing the best in veterinary health care, vaccinations, surgeries, advanced dentistry and emergency /critical care 24/7. We understand that the health of your pet is a top priority.
Our team of veterinary professionals includes doctors with advanced training in emergency medicine. Our medical director, residency trained in emergency and critical care, oversees our medical team. We are devoted to providing the latest treatments and diagnostic in the field of emergency medicine. Veterinary nurses staff our ICU around the clock so that your pet is never left unattended- which can be the critical factor in life or death situations.
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- 5820 West I-20
Arlington, TX 76017
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What Makes Us Different
We understand that the health of your pet is a top priority. Our emergency department is overseen by the only Emergency and Critical Care residency trained doctor in Fort Worth, Arlington, Mansfield and surrounding areas. As an accredited emergency and critical care hospital we can ensure the highest medical standards and latest life saving procedures and treatments. Our team of veterinary professionals includes doctors and veterinary nurses with advanced training in emergency medicine. We work as a team to provide round-the-clock monitoring and treatment of your pet. At I-20 AMC, we’re committed to your pet’s health and your peace of mind. I-20 Animal Medical Center works with area veterinarians to provide emergency care for their clients. We’ll communicate with your family veterinarian to ensure that appropriate care continues after the critical stage has passed.
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In the News
After Treating Several Canine Victims of Snakebites Recently, I-20 Animal Medical Center Advises Owners to Be on the Alert for Poisonous Snakes DIRECT LINK
Posted on 04/26/2013
In Cedar Hill, a couple had set out on a trail in an area they have hiked for years. Their beloved dog, Diamond, not one to stay at home on the couch, accompanied them on their adventure. Along the way, the group discovered an old, abandoned cabin. The man peered through the windows on one side of the small shack, while his wife was opening the door on the other side. Suddenly he had heard a scream. Rushing to his wife’s side, he froze as he saw her standing within two feet of a rattlesnake coiled to strike.
Potential Hazards From Recalled Dog Treats DIRECT LINK
Posted on 03/28/2013
In recent events, the staff of the 24 hour vet, the Dallas and Arlington-based I-20 Animal Medical Center has seen its share of cases regarding sick puppies whose treats were fed to them by their respective owners and caretakers. Throughout the last 5 years, the FDA has reported over 2000 complaints regarding illnesses found in dogs after eating chicken, duck and sweet potato jerky treats with a significant increase having occurred in 2012.
I-20 Animal Medical Center Proud to Announce Medical Director Dr. Cindi Welch as Nominee for the Annual “My Vet’s The Best” Contest DIRECT LINK
Posted on 02/20/2013
The I-20 Animal Medical Center is proud to announce their Medical Director Dr. Cindi Welch has received nomination for the annual “My Vet’s The Best” contest sponsored by Pets Best Insurance Company. The winning veterinarian of this national contest will receive a $1,000 award to help cover treatment costs for animals in need. The aim of “My Vet’s The Best” as company founder Dr. Jack Stephens explains is “to recognize the passion, innovation and talents of veterinarians everywhere who make it their life’s purpose to provide high quality care to their patients.”