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What is an Emergency?

An emergency is a sudden illness or accident—any unforeseen medical problem. Alley_20shot_20of_20ambulance.jpg
 

  • Bleeding
  • Injury
  • Allergic reaction
  • Poisoning
  • Inability to urinate
  • Inability to get up or walk
  • Bites/Burns
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Pain/Discomfort


It has been our experience that symptoms described over the phone cannot always be properly interpreted. An examination of your pet is the best way to help identify any problem.

Call us at (928)-753-6138 if your pet displays any of the above symptoms.
 

When are we open?

The Hospital is closed nights, weekends, and all holidays. The hospital does not have staff present beyond normal business hours. If you have an "After Hours" emergency call 928-753-6138 and follow the instructions on the recording to contact our doctor on call.

Priority Treatment

Patients are seen in the following order 1) critical emergencies 2) scheduled appointments 3) walk-ins/ work in appointments. Critical patients are prioritized and immediately evaluated by a doctor. The first responsibility of our hospital is to render immediate treatment of life-threatening illnesses and injuries. The urgency of all treatments is determined by the clinician on duty.

Rest assured that your pet will be treated as soon as possible. Every effort will be made for your pet's comfort and safety until it has been treated. Please call before coming to the hospital. This allows our staff to be prepared for your arrival.