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Welcome to Green Oaks North Pet Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Arlington and Grand Prairie, TX

Call us at 817-860-3087

Pet Emergency? Read no further and call us right away!

Green Oaks North Pet Hospital offers superior veterinary care for your pets. We are located on Green Oaks Boulevard in north Arlington, TX. Our services include routine examinations, surgery, dentistry, radiography and boarding.  We also have the capability of performing on-site laboratory testing. 

A modern, state of the art facility combined with a caring and competent staff insures that your pet receives the best medical care, bathing and boarding possible. With all of these services in one facility and convenient hours, keeping your pet healthy and happy just became easier. If you have any questions or need directions, please visit our contact page for further information. 

To make our site as useful and interesting as possible to new and existing clients, we have a Patient Center tab which contains internet resources, emergency clinic information, area shelters and rescue information.

We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. If you want to ask a question call 817-860-3087 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Arlington veterinarian office is very easy to get to from Arlington and Grand Prairie, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for Arlington and Grand Prairie pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.

At Green Oaks North Pet Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Brad Hulka
Arlington Veterinarian | Green Oaks North Pet Hospital | 817-860-3087

1890 NE Green Oaks
Arlington, TX 76006


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Everyone I came in contact with smiled and was very courteous. They listened and everyone was willing to help explain things clearly and with great detail. I really enjoyed my our visit today."
    Lee S.
  • "Attentive and friendly staff, especially to my dog on her first visit. Knowledgeable with detailed explanation of services provided and other options available. Overall positive experience."
    Joy O.
  • "Friendly, patient staff. The vet was very knowledgeable and attentive to my dog's specific needs."
    Lori B.
  • "I love this place. We came here with my kitty, Emmie, and my dog, Lizzie, and they are the most kindest people. Everyone was so friendly to me and to my animals. I really did enjoy coming here. I wasn’t afraid to ask questions and they always had an answer for me. I moved away and I can’t drive 40 minutes to take my animals here or I really would. I was most upset about leaving all the nice people. I hope the next vet I find will be as helpful and friendly as this place. Please come here and you will get the pest service for your fur-babies!!"
    Baily R.
  • "Great facility with great staff. I also love the fact that they do follow up calls to make sure everything is ok."
  • "Excellent customer service, my cat was so nervous he peed in his crate on the way there. Immediately after I walk in the ladies at the front grabbed the crate and told me not to worry they would handle it. They later returned my crate clean and with puppy pads in case it happened again. Thank you so much, I definitely will return."
    Elaine R.
  • "Great service! I was a first time dog owner and they gave me a lot of guidance as well as helped me get my puppy prepared to spend a lot of time outdoors camping with me. They also handled my cat very gently and had a lot of tricks to get their work done without upsetting him."
    Christina G.
  • "Only vet I would ever take my cat to. All staff are friendly and seem like they really like my cat as well. I travel a lot for work and they are very reasonable with boarding as well.

    Would highly recommend to anyone. In fact, co-workers who live near me I always recommend they take their pets to Green Oaks North Pet Hospital!"
    Andrew W.
  • "Dr. Ducote is awesome and the staff is so knowledgeable and friendly. It is wonderful to bring my cats to a vet's office that truly cares about not only the pets, but their families, too! They were very flexible with us on scheduling, gave us a follow-up call to see how we were doing, and send us a lovely thank you note for the visit. We are so happy to have found such a wonderful office!"
    Allie B.

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