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Led by Dr. Kayley Rodriguez, this unique service is designed for pets with urgent needs, but not of the typical nature of our emergency patients. By streamlining client needs, our urgent care can provide true, outpatient service to supplement the 24-hour emergency department. Any Urgent Care patients in need of more advanced treatment can be quickly transferred to the emergency department for critical care or 24-hour hospitalization.
Urgent care does not offer wellness checks, vaccines, or other services offered by primary care veterinarians. Please see your primary veterinary care provider for non-emergent medical needs.
Vomiting (minor or occasional)
Refusal to eat for 24 hours
Limping / lameness
Skin/ear/eye infection or swelling
Mild straining to urinate
Mild straining to have a bowel movement
Minor laceration or bite wound (with little or no bleeding)