Mobile Veterinarian Services

Are you looking for quality veterinary care for your pet? Look no further than Crossway Veterinary Housecalls PLLC. We are a mobile veterinary clinic that services the areas of Magnolia, Woodlands, North Spring, Montgomery, Southwest Conroe, and Tomball. Keep reading for more information about our mobile vet services. 

Mobile Veterinarian Services

Mobile Vet Services

Even though we are a mobile pet clinic, we offer the same services as a regular clinic. We offer yearly physicals, preventative health care exams and vaccinations, puppy, kitten care and senior care, behavior consultations, x-ray, dental work, surgeries, prescriptions, micro-chipping, arthritis services, in-home euthanasia, pain management, illness diagnostics and treatment, tick, heartworm, and flea control, nutritional counseling, ear issues, ophthalmology, and more. Below is more information about some of these veterinarian services that we offer. 

Yearly Physicals-Yearly physicals and wellness exams are important for pets, no matter their age. Younger and older animals need extra care due to their age, but all animals need to be checked once a year so that we can prevent or catch any health issues early on before they become a problem. 

Dental Work-Getting your animal's teeth checked is just as important as their yearly exam. Dental issues can be a sign of other health issues as well, so make sure to call to get your pet's teeth checked and cleaned.

Microchipping-If you have an animal that strays or are worried that they will wander off you can have a microchip implanted in your pet’s skin. This painless procedure will give you peace of mind that no matter where your animal is, it can be found and sent back home, based on the address and information found on its microchip.

Pest Control-We have a variety of products that your animal can be given to prevent and get rid of ticks, heartworm, and fleas. We can also discuss with you how to best prevent these from coming back.

Surgery-We can perform surgery on your pet, based on what they need done. We can also give you a second opinion if you are not sure that surgery is the right treatment for your pet.

Quality Pet Care

Make an appointment as soon as you can so that we can help keep your pet as healthy as possible. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you have.

Mobile Pet Care

Make an appointment at your earliest convenience so that we can pay you and your pet a visit soon. Remember, we serve clients in Tomball, Southwest Conroe, Montgomery, North Spring, Woodlands, and Magnolia. You can contact us at our mailing address at Crossway Veterinary Housecalls PLLC, 6315 B FM 1488 #145 Magnolia, TX 77354. You can also reach us by phone at 832-948-8007.

New clients receive 10% off housecall

Call 1.832.948.8007 or fill out the form appointment today


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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