The emergency and urgent care team at PASE is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No matter when the unexpected happens, we are here for you. The emergency and urgent care department is staffed with a team of emergency and critical care specialists, emergency doctors, and dedicated emergency technicians to ensure the best care for your pet.
The emergency and urgent care department is equipped to deal with any issues that arise with your pet, anywhere from minor injuries such as small lacerations or wounds to severe and life-threatening issues such as vehicular trauma, acute kidney failure, or toxin ingestions. Our emergency and urgent care department is fully equipped with the diagnostic and treatment tools needed for any situation. No matter what the time, our staff is able to perform blood work, x-rays, focused ultrasound, blood pressure evaluation, pulse oximetry, and more.
Once your pet arrives at our hospital, they will immediately be evaluated by our triage staff. This triage allows us to determine how serious your pets’ condition is and provide any immediate care needed. After triage and check-in, you and your pet will meet with one of our emergency doctors to go over your pet's medical history and examination. Our clinicians will guide you through the process and inform you of their findings, recommendations, and options.
In many cases, treatment can be started on an outpatient basis so that you and your furry family member can get home as soon as possible. In some cases, however, pets are sick enough that they require admission to the hospital. But don’t worry; in this situation, your pet has access to the very best care. Our hospital is staffed 24/7 with doctors and technicians to provide top-notch care. If needed, your pet’s care will be passed in-house to one of our board-certified specialists for continued diagnostics and treatment.
Emergencies can be one of the most stressful parts of having a pet, but the PASE emergency and urgent care team is here to make sure you always have a place to turn!
Common emergencies and urgent care issues:
Cuts and lacerations
Trauma, including broken bones
Difficulty urinating or defecating
Pain or discomfort
Overheating (heat stroke)
Complications of diabetes
Referral link for vets