Emergency Veterinarian Clinics Near You
Your Pet Can Trust UsWith different models of care, navigatin g the choices for where to seek emergency services for your furred, feathered or other animal friend can be difficult. Most general practices provide some emergency care, some dedicated clinics specialize in emergencies only, and other pet health care facilities provide a spectrum of services, including emergency care. About 15 percent of small animal practices in the U.S. are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, a voluntary program that has stringent requirements for care, service and medical protocol.
Trained DoctorsTraining among veterinarians also varies. Although specialty training is not required to administer emergency and critical care, some vets pursue internships or residency programs to obtain additional experience. Some also become Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, which requires an additional three years of intense training in treating life-threatening conditions after receiving a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.
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Save MoneyWhatever type of provider you choose for your pet, be warned that emergency services might take a chunk out of your wallet. Veterinarians and members interviewed for this story acknowledged that emergency care for pets can be quite costly due to factors like round-the-clock staffing; technology that may include ultrasound machines, oxygen cages or fluid pumps; and medicine or supplies. The costs for care vary depending on the case, but most require a fee for the initial exam. At the Solano-Napa Pet Emergency Clinic, the base fee is $79, but Shacoski says $110 is not uncommon in California. The American Veterinary Medical Association says there is no standard model for the industry, but some emergency vets require payment before treatment. Thirty-four percent of Angie's List poll respondents reported paying between $251 and $500 for an emergency visit. Sixteen percent spent as much as $1,000 or more.
Areas that we coverWe have emergency veterinarian clinics in cities all across the nation. Call us right now and we will simplify your selection process and get your pet's treatment started right away.
What our customers say
Unfortunately I've had to bring my pup in twice; however, the vets and staff have been very helpful. The office is very clean and the waiting room is spacious. There is a play area for kiddos if you're there with your little one. Free coffee drinks and tea if you're waiting. They do go out of their way to make you comfortable in a stressful situation.
What a sweet vet! I knew from the moment Doctor walked into the room that my sweet 10 week old kitten was in the right place! She knelt down on the floor, showed her love and affection all while still letting her explore and giving her a nice little well check. If there's anything in the world that I want for my fur babies it's that they don't hate or fear the vet and I love that heartfelt is ensuring this from such a young age!
We adopted a shelter dog with plenty of issues, and we've been bringing him to VCA NoPo for about 10 years. They've been totally supportive and helpful through all the ups and downs. The staff, technicians, and doctors are all very professional, and caring.