24 Hour Vet For Pet Emergencies
We provide emergency service during our business hours. Dr. Bob gives his clients his cell phone number for after hours. If you call the office after business hours, your call can immediately be transferred by pressing 1 to the 24 hour emergency clinic at the Veterinary Specialty Hospital of Palm Beach Gardens at 4019 Hood Road, three minutes from our hospital.
When it comes to care, we only want what is the best care possible for your beloved pets.
When it comes to your pet, our emergency vets are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We have a full staff of emergency veterinarians and veterinary technicians to care for your pet when an emergency occurs. With the high quality care your pet will receive from the professionals at Animal Medical Center of Jupiter, we know you’ll be happy with taking your pet to us. We are more than prepared to care for any pet no matter what the emergency, minor to the most complex.
With state of the art equipment available at a moment’s notice, it’s no wonder Animal Medical Center of Jupiter is the first choice for pet owners in Jupiter and surrounding areas. Not only are we able to support your dog or cat with an entire interdisciplinary team of veterinarian specialists, but with our experience working together, we’re able to provide every pet patient of ours with the most expeditious treatment possible.
We understand that veterinary emergencies are scary, and because your pet isn’t able to communicate their pain, it can make the trauma of a pet emergency that much worse. Because of this, our emergency vet is able to care for your pet no matter what time of day. Providing attentive, personal, and prompt service from the very first moment you contact us is our goal.
Our 24 hour emergency vets can assist in the following situations:
- Traumatic injuries- bites, burns, fractures, lacerations
- Wounds, bleeding
- Vomiting, diarrhea
- Dizziness, tremors, staggering
- Shock, loss of consciousness
- Respiratory emergencies, choking
- Labor and delivery problems
- Blood in feces or urine
- Swollen, painful or hard abdomen,
- Difficulty defecating or urinating
- Automobile accidents
- Toxic reactions to poison ingestion
The list goes on. If you don’t see an injury or emergency situation listed above, feel free to reach out to us! We are more than happy to guide you in the right direction to care for your pet. Making sure that your pet is happy and healthy is our number one priority! To us, no question is a dumb question.
If you aren’t sure your pet is in an emergency situation that needs immediate attention, please call us! We can help you decipher whether or not your dog or cat needs immediate care.
We understand that making a visit to an emergency vet isn’t always cheap. If you’re having trouble finding the money to get your pet the treatment they need, be sure you take a look at the different options of pet financing we offer.