The following links are companies or organizations who we work with on occasion. These links are provided as a courtesy to our clients. Marina Bay Animal Hospital is not affiliated with any of these organizations.
VCA Animal Emergency Hospital Southeast Calder Road – 281-332-1678 After-hours emergency service for the pets in your family. Open Monday through Friday, 6:00 pm to 8:00 am the next morning and 24 hours on weekends and holidays.
VCA Animal Emergency Hospital Southeast Edgebrook – 713-941-8460 The team at VCA Animal Emergency Hospital Southeast is dedicated veterinarians, technicians and support personnel specially trained in emergency medicine, and are on staff to care for your pet.
Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists - Emergency and Critical Care – 713-693-1111 GCVS provides 24-hour emergency and critical care 365 days a year. This service is open to all small animal companion pets in need of immediate medical attention.
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center – 888-426-4435 Your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you think that your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, please call them. A $65 consultation fee may be applied to your credit card.
Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists – Please visit site for specific phone number by specialty. Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists was founded in 1988 to provide the highest quality specialized care for companion animals. Located in the heart of Houston, this referral-only, multi-practice veterinary center enables your family veterinarian to incorporate advanced diagnostic procedures, sophisticated technology, and the exceptional skills of our board-certified specialists into their general practice.
Bay Area Veterinary Specialists – 281-464-3554 Bay Area Veterinary Specialists is a Houston veterinary specialty hospital devoted to providing excellence in advanced care and compassionate service for you and your pet.
Texas Veterinary Behavior Services – 281-980-3737 Behavior problems, whether dangerous or just annoying and inconvenient, are one of the most common reasons why pets are surrendered to shelters, given away to other homes, abandoned, or euthanized. If you haven’t found a way to resolve the issue, there is still hope.
Veterinary Allergy & Dermatology Referral Clinic – 713-270-4848 Pets are susceptible to many skin and allergy problems, including atopy (airborne allergies), food and drug hypersensitivities, autoimmune diseases, hypothyroidism, seborrhea, fleas, ticks, and mange. Some of these may be seasonal or chronic nonseasonal disorders. Correct diagnosis is key to successful treatment.
Shelters and Rescue Organizations
League City Animal Control – 281-534-1377 Animal Control is dedicated to educating/informing the public of their responsibilities to their animals, their neighborhood, and ultimately to their community, then enforcing the ordinances of our city when our education efforts are not enough.
Galveston County Animal Resource Center – 409-948-2485 The Galveston County Animal Services Division provides both Field Animal Control Services and Animal Sheltering. The Galveston County Animal Resource Center is the largest animal shelter in Galveston County, providing shelter to more than 8,000 animals each year. The shelter is an open-intake facility where no animal will be turned away.
Bay Area Pet Adoptions – 281-339-2086 A non-profit pet rescue, shelter and adoption organization that relies on donations to house, feed, and medically care for the dogs and cats taken in the adoption program.
Houston SPCA – 713-869-7722 Houston’s first and largest animal protection organization and shelter, whose mission is to promote commitment to and respect for all animals and free them from suffering, abuse and exploitation.
Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) – 281-497-0591 Citizens for Animal Protection is a Houston area private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides shelter, adoption, foster care, rescue and other valuable services. CAP also provides humane education and community outreach programs to encourage love and respect for animals.
Recycled Canines – A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to saving the lives of the many homeless Dalmatians around Houston. They usually have a few canines without spots as well!
Friends of League City Animal Shelter – A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose purpose is to increase the number of adoptions to qualified homes, to recruit and train additional foster home caregivers for animals pending adoption, to promote the spaying and neutering of animals, and to provide volunteer assistance and funding to local shelters to support the humane care and treatment of animals.
Second Chance Pets – 281-286-3535 A nonprofit 501(c)3 animal welfare organization dedicated to providing unwanted pets a second chance through foster care and pet adoption programs, educating the public about proper care for their own animals and about animal welfare issues, and working with the public, other rescue groups, and public officials to help resolve the problem of animal overpopulation.