Signs of an Emergency

These symptoms require immediate care.

  • Ingestion of toxic chemicals, such as rat poison, anti-freeze or chocolate. A list of toxic substances can be found here.
  • Difficulty or labored breathing.
  • Trauma or injury, such as fight, hit by car, etc.
  • Lethargy or unusual restlessness.
  • Seizures or neurological issues.
  • Difficulty urinating or blood in the urine.
  • Increased water consumption.

  • Rapid swelling of the head or stomach.
  • Vomiting or loss of appetite.
  • Diarrhea or constipation.
  • Excessive salivation or difficulty swallowing.
  • Fainting or collapsing.
  • Rapid or very slow heart rate.
  • Excessive coughing or sneezing.

Signs of an Emergency

These symptoms require immediate care.

  • Ingestion of toxic chemicals, such as rat poison, anti-freeze or chocolate. A list of toxic substances can be found here.
  • Difficulty or labored breathing.
  • Trauma or injury, such as fight, hit by car, etc.
  • Lethargy or unusual restlessness.
  • Seizures or neurological issues.
  • Difficulty urinating or blood in the urine.
  • Increased water consumption.

  • Rapid swelling of the head or stomach.
  • Vomiting or loss of appetite.
  • Diarrhea or constipation.
  • Excessive salivation or difficulty swallowing.
  • Fainting or collapsing.
  • Rapid or very slow heart rate.
  • Excessive coughing or sneezing.

Our Calling

Providing emergency services for pets isn’t a job for us. It’s a calling. It’s who we are, and who we’re meant to be. We come in to work to save lives. And this core belief is what pushes us to deliver on world-class patient care for every patient, every time. There is no shortcut to excellence. It’s why we have invested so heavily in our personnel, technology, and training. It’s why our team is comprised of exceptionally quick thinkers. It’s why we think so deeply and carefully about every case we see. If you were a dog or cat, this is where you would want to go. And we’ll treat yours like our own.

Our Calling

Providing emergency services for pets isn’t a job for us. It’s a calling. It’s who we are, and who we’re meant to be. We come in to work to save lives. And this core belief is what pushes us to deliver on world-class patient care for every patient, every time. There is no shortcut to excellence. It’s why we have invested so heavily in our personnel, technology, and training. It’s why our team is comprised of exceptionally quick thinkers. It’s why we think so deeply and carefully about every case we see. If you were a dog or cat, this is where you would want to go. And we’ll treat yours like our own.

Your Visit

If you believe your pet may be experiencing an emergency, please call us right away. We can help determine whether emergency care is appropriate, and guide you through next steps. Once your pet is here, we will assess the situation, and if your pet is in critical condition, we will immediately work to stabilize your dog or cat. We will review the entire process with you – diagnostics, monitoring, and stabalizing. We will then perform a thorough exam and will review a treatment plan. You will be at the center of an entire process – you just have an expert team of emergency professionals at your side. And we will make sure that you know, in your bones, that you are doing right by your pet.

Trust is Earned

Loved this place. After my dog was attacked while out for a walk, every place was closed except this one. Thank god they were open and able to help us because our poor dog was in bad shape. Everyone was really nice, and helped us right away. Our dog went into surgery right away, and we were able to pick him up the next morning. He healed quickly, and they even called to check up on his progress. After just two visits, he is back to his old self again. My kids couldn’t be happier! Thank you!

Erin
The staff here is so caring and thoughtful Monday night they help my fiancé and I make the hardest but most selfless decision in our lives. With my Red Boy. The staff explained everything in detail so we would not be frightened by the experience and help Red pass very very peacefully. Thank you! A few days later we even got a card in the mail from them. It was such a blessing to know that he was well cared for in his final hours.
Jesalyn
The Animal Emergency Clinic doctor and staff were amazing with our dog, Jessie Belle. Two days before Christmas she had swallowed a sock, or so we thought. We rushed her to the clinic and they gave her meds to help her throw up the sock. She ended up throwing up 3 socks. The staff was nice and talked us through all options. They even let me go back and see my frightened pup. I hope I never have a pet emergency again, but if I do we will definitely go back to the Animal Emergency Clinic.
Carol