In Case of an Emergency
If you have a pet health emergency during office hours, please call ahead to inform us of the situation with your pet. Life threatening pet emergencies include things such as hit by car, ingesting toxic substances such as rat poison, antifreeze, poisonous plants, chocolate, or medications; facial swelling, difficulty breathing or uncontrollable bleeding.
If your pet is having an issue that is not life threatening but you feel your pet needs care before an appointment is available, we offer immediate care services. We will make every effort to adjust our appointment schedule to accommodate your needs. Please understand that emergency and immediate care services will incur a higher fee than a scheduled appointment.
If you have an emergency outside of our regular business hours, we recommend that you contact the following emergency facility: