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Two of our patients have won the 2018 Hambone Award, an award honors the most unusual pet insurance claims of the year! 

Zeus and Ziva were successfully treated here at the Pet Emergency Clinic after surviving 22 days trapped in an abandoned missile silo!  You can read more of their story here.

Zeus and Ziva won this year’s Hambone Award they will receive their own Hambone statue and a lot of toys and treats.  Along with that the Pet Emergency Clinic received $10,000 to help treat local pets whose owners could not afford treatment!

The Pet Emergency Clinic (PEC) was established in 1977 to provide emergency and critical care during evenings, weekends, and holidays when many other regular veterinary clinics are typically closed.  Since then, we have expanded to include specialty services during weekday business hours.  

Does your pet need emergency care?

An emergency with your pet is a stressful event.  Our specially trained and experienced emergency staff are here to support you and your pet.

Here are some typical situations that result in a visit to the Pet Emergency Clinic:

  • Eating a toxin such as: rat poison, chocolate, prescription pills, over-the-counter medications, marijuana, artificial sweeteners, antifreeze 
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Hit by a car
  • Bite wounds
  • Repeated vomiting
  • Porcupine Quills

For more information please see EMERGENCY INFO

See our fully equipped facility!

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Contact Us

Emergency Clinic
(509) 326-6670

21 E. Mission Ave.
between Division and Ruby

Emergency Clinic Hours
Monday through Friday:

5:00 pm to 8:00 am

5:00 pm Friday to 8:00 am Monday

Open 24 Hours

Internal Medicine (Non-Emergency)
(509) 326-7246
Monday – Friday: 8am — 5pm