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We Bring Quality Pet Care to You with Our Mobile Vet Services

Ever get tired of gathering all of your things and your pets to go to the veterinary office? Not only does this trip often bring stress to pets, but it can be very stressful for pet owners as well. At Crossway Veterinary Housecalls, PLLC, serving Magnolia, Woodlands, North Spring, Montgomery, Southwest Conroe, and Tomball, we bring our highly rated pet care services to you. Gone are the days that you have to take additional time out of your day just take your pets to the veterinary clinic. You and your animals can now relax at home while they receive the very best in pet care from our mobile veterinarian, Dr. Rene Rubio.

Schedule Your Mobile Vet Appointment with Crossway Veterinary Housecalls, PLLC Today

Mobile Vet Services That We Offer

We offer a full range of vet services from our 26’ custom mobile vet hospital, which is equipped with everything that your pets need. Though we offer many services, there are some conditions that may require long-term monitoring that we are not equipped to handle. In this case, we will refer you to the best place for your companion animals’ health. If you have any questions about a particular service, give us a call at 832-948-8007. We offer the following services listed below:

    • Blood Work
    • Surgery
    • Dental Care
    • Annual Exams and Vaccinations 
    • Illness Diagnostics & Treatment
    • Pain Management 
    • Urgent Care 
    • Compassionate In-Home Euthanasia
    • Microchipping
    • Preventative Care

Serving the Surrounding Areas of Magnolia, Texas

Our 26' custom-mobile veterinary hospital serves pets in the Magnolia, Woodlands, North Spring, Montgomery, Southwest Conroe, and Tomball areas. Our normal business hours are Monday to Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-3pm, and Saturday and Sunday are closed. If you have an emergency outside of our normal operating hours, please take your pets to the closest 24-hour veterinary facility or visit our website for a list of emergency clinics near your location.

Pets That We Work With 

We work with cats and dogs. Unfortunately, we do not work with horses, sheep, goats, and exotics. We do not work with aggressive dogs or feral cats. The safety of your furry friends and our staff is our number one concern. 

Schedule Your Mobile Vet Appointment with Crossway Veterinary Housecalls, PLLC Today

Vet appointments have never been easier. Give Crossway Veterinary Housecalls, PLLC a call at 1.832.948.8007 or fill out a request form to schedule an appointment with our mobile veterinarian who is very compassionate about animals and highly trained.


Mailing address ONLY: 6315 B FM 1488 #145 Magnolia, TX 77354


To send medical records, please fax to 832.327.5159 or email to [email protected]

We bring the hospital to you. We are strictly a mobile clinic and do not have a stationary location for you to visit. The address listed is our mailing address, a P.O. box. The mail center will not be able to help you!

Proudly Serving Magnolia, The Woodlands, North Spring, Montgomery, Southwest Conroe, & Tomball


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Soo much easier than trying to load up the animals and get to the vet...and way less stressful. Very satisfied with everything about Crossway."
    Allison L
  • "Great service as always, genuine care is always shown. Pricing is more than reasonable and everything is explained in detail."
    Emily H.
  • "I was very happy with Crossway. I have a cat that is hard to transport and housecalls are the perfect solution. They did a thorough exam and are well equipped for just about anything. I was very impressed. I would recommend them!"
    Lisa H

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