A pet's visit to an ER Vet can seem a bit daunting, so we've put together a list of info and resources to help you prepare.

We will gather information about your pet’s background, health, diet, and training. We can also address any questions or concerns you might have.

Your veterinarian will examine your pet from nose-to-tail, looking for things like heart murmurs, ear infections, and/or parasites. 

Before Your First Appointment
  1. Assemble and be sure to bring all the proper items with you:
    • Your pet's adoption or purchase records
    • Any existing medical history
    • A list of current medications and supplements
    • Current feeding schedule and the brand of food you use
    • A list of questions you have for your veterinarian
  2. Collect any necessary stool or urine samples if requested.
  3. If you're bringing in your dog, be sure he or she is accustomed to being on a short leash. If you're bringing in your cat, please be sure to have an appropriate carrier. 

“Came here right away when my chihuahua was bit in the head by another dog on Christmas Eve. His head was swelling and bleeding profusely and I really did not think he was going to make it. He had multiple hairline fractures and brain swelling. We had to drive 20 minutes because no other vet was open. I’m so grateful they were able to save my baby.”

Jenny L.