What to Expect for Your Emergency Visit
Similar to an emergency clinic for humans, the Pet Emergency Clinic prioritizes patients based on the severity of emergency. Long wait times may be experienced depending on volume of patients in the hospital.
- Upon entering the Pet Emergency Clinic you will be greeted by one of our receptionists who will take you to the next available room
- You will be given a simple registration form to fill out. This way our receptionists will be able to quickly enter you and your pet into our system.
- Your pet will then be given a triage assessment by our trained assistants and licensed technicians
- Your pet will receive a comprehensive exam from one of our highly skilled veterinarians
- From there your veterinarian will discuss possible treatments plans or diagnoses. An estimate of costs will be presented that reflect the appropriate plan of care for your pet.
- When your visit is complete, the Pet Emergency Clinic will provide your regular veterinarian a copy of your pet’s medical records.
What to Bring:
- Leash or carrier for your pet.
- Form of Payment. We accept credit and debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover), Carecredit, Checks, and Cash. Payment is due in full at the time of service.
- Current Medications. It is important to know what medications your pet is currently taking so that we may be able to provide the best possible care.
- If your pet ingested anything toxic please bring in the object or packaging. It is recommended to call Pet Poison Control at 1-800-213-6680 before your visit. If they recommend your pet needs to be seen by a veterinarian please bring your case number so that we will be able to provide the best possible care.