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Firehouse Animal Health Center is committed to keeping your pet happy and healthy while preventing diseases. The Firehouse Team is constantly out in the community educating about different pet issues. Tune in live or catch up here!

Season For Caring

In this season of giving, Firehouse Animal Health Centers shares how they give back!

Dr Mendoza explains what “fear free” means and how it helps your cat and dog at the vet

KVUE called Firehouse to see if we could comment on keeping dogs safe from Asps while outdoors

Dr Mozisek offered Austin Woman magazine CBD expertise for pets.

Dr Opyt shared how Firehouse helps offer local Austin shelters free medical care so their pets are healthy and ready for adoption

Dr Rob Calabrese offers emergency preparedness tips for families with pets as Austin enters hurricane and flooding season.

When blue-green algae became a lethal issue for pets near Lake Austin, Firehouse docs jumped in to help offer recommendations for pet owners in Austin.

CJ Champ, hospital Manager at Firehouse Westlake, talked about Firehouse’s role in the community and specifically at Austin PRIDE.

Dr Rob Calabrese comments on breaking news in the Austin Area

The Statesman called Firehouse to ask our advice when dogs and porcupines were encountering each other on Austin trails.

When new research proved that grain-free diets cause heart issues for dogs, Firehouse spoke with the Austin American Statesman.

…and KVUE asked Firehouse to comment on grain-free diets too.

KXAN asked Firehouse to offer July 4th advice for pet owners:

Dr Laura Saunders offered tips to comfort your pets during July 4th fireworks

Firehouse Belterra was highlighted in Community Impact as it celebrated its First Anniversary

Dr Mozisek talks water safety as summer begins

Pets get skin cancer, too! Dr Mendoza highlights ways to protect your pet’s skin.

Dr Mozisek shows what a “day in the life” of a vet looks like

How to Spot Fear or Anxiety in Your Pet

Take a tour of the new Firehouse Animal Health Center at Belterra Village!

Tips on How to Prevent Pets from Consuming Poisonous Products

Tips to Help Ease Stress and Anxiety in Your Pets

So, Your Dog Ate Rat Poison — Here’s What to Do

Featured in the Statesman – Best of the Best 2018

Can Cats eat onions? Catster saught Dr Mathiak’s advice.

Health Insurance for Your Pet Could Save You Thousands of Dollars

Every Question You Have About CBD—Answered

How to Properly Clean Your Pet’s Teeth

Protect your pet’s pearly whites! Important tips from Firehouse Animal Health Center

Greater Austin Top Small Employers

Dr Mozisek talks about heat exhaustion in dogs as the heat of summer begins

We go the extra mile.

Firehouse Veterinarians treat disease and injuries, provide prescription products and if necessary refers pet patients to a network of high quality, pre-screened specialists. Our veterinary team approach is collaborative – we will act as an advocate for your pets’ health care issues, and we will make decisions as a whole.

We're Here To Help

Have questions? We’re here to help! Our Kyle animal hospital is open, inviting and modern. Please don’t hesitate to contact us or stop by.

Location

4100 Everett St, Ste 100
Kyle, TX 78640
Click here for directions.

Hours

Mon-Fri: 7:30am - 6:00pm
Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Sun: Closed

Contact

Phone: 512.410.0616 (Call 24/7!)
Fax: 800.517.3024
Email: kyleinfo@firehouse.vet

Get in touch!

Have a question for the Firehouse Animal Health Center team? Whether it’s a question about one of our locations, a media request, or anything else, please complete the form below, and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible! If you need immediate assistance, please call us at 512.410.0616.

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4100 Everett St, Ste 100
Kyle, TX 78640

Mon-Fri: 7:30am - 6:00pm
Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Sun: Closed