What to Expect


What to Expect:

Crossway Veterinary Housecalls, PLLC provides compassionate, professional veterinary medicine for dogs and cats in the comfort of your home or in our 26' Custom Mobile Veterinary clinic by appointment only. Please contact us at 832.948.8007 to make an appointment. 

Because we may be out in the field when you call, you may be connected to our voice mail. Please leave a message including your name, phone number, a brief description of your pet and the reason for your call. Also If you are a new client, please leave your city name and zip code. As soon as we are available we will call you back.

When you have an appointment, "Doc" Rubio, as he is affectionately known by his clients, will come in our 26' Custom Mobile Veterinary Hospital with our Veterinary Technician. Dr. Rene Rubio will check the health of your pet from head to tail, taking the time to answer all of your questions as he goes. You will be very happy you called Crossway Veterinary Housecalls PLLC for to care for your furbabies. 

If you are a new client, please have your pet's medical history that gives the dates of your pet’s most recent vaccines and physical exam. Please don't hesitate to let us know any concerns that you have and any past medical history that you feel would be important.

Important things to note:

  • We do not have a physical location for you to visit.  We are strictly mobile and bring our 26' mobile vet hospital to you!
  • We do NOT see aggressive dogs or aggressive and/or feral cats that you, as the owner, cannot control. The personal safety of our clients and staff are issues we take seriously.
  • Please note we provide veterinary services to dogs and cats.  We do not see horses, goats, sheep or exotics, sorry!
  • Estimates are available upon request.
  • Receipts are itemized with no hidden or unexplained costs.
  • Payment in full when services are rendered.
  • We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and bank debit cards.
  • No refunds or exchanges on pharmaceuticals, heartworm  preventative or flea control.
  • Please allow one week for prescription refills.

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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