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PET Urgent Care

This facility provides additional space, helping to alleviate our hospital's current capacity, and allowing us to best serve the needs of our local pet community. This facility sees non-emergent, urgent cases such as kennel cough, ear infections, and minor lacerations.

All patients are still required to check-in at our main hospital to determine if relocation to our Urgent Care is appropriate.

Typical Conditions Seen by Urgent Care include:

  • Eyes: swelling, discharge, redness

  • Nose: running, crusting, discharge

  • Ears: discharge, debris, odor, twitching, scratching, shaking

  • Change in amount of food or water intake

  • Lameness/limping (no obvious breaks)

  • Change in behavior (depression, anxiety, sleepiness)

  • Evidence of worms, or fleas

  • Wounds or bite marks (minor)

  • Lumps

  • Facial swelling, licking or scratching

  • Vaccinations

  • Health certificates for travel

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Our New Urgent Care!

PET’s new urgent care center is now open, right down the street, about 1 mile from our current building. This facility will provide additional space, helping to alleviate our hospital’s current capacity, and allowing us to best serve the needs of our local pet community. This facility will see non-emergent, urgent cases such as kennel cough, ear infections, and minor lacerations. Patients are still required to check-in at our main location to determine if transfer to our urgent care is appropriate. When you arrive at PET, our staff will work directly with you to ensure your pet receives the highest level of compassionate care.

If you have any questions regarding our urgent care location, please call our main phone number (907)-274-5636 and our team will be happy to assist you.