Specialty appointments to see one of our doctors are accepted as a direct referral from your primary care veterinarian. Emergency walk-ins are welcome 7 days a week – no appointment needed. Pets are seen by medical priority, followed by order of arrival.
Thank you for choosing Pacific Care Pet Emergency & Specialty for your pet’s emergency and specialty needs. We appreciate your trust and we look forward to helping you and your pet. We ask that you complete and submit the New Patient Registration form prior to your appointment. Easy online submission allows you to complete the form in the comfort of your home, saving stress and time at check in. If you are coming in for an emergency, we ask that you complete the form upon arrival.
If your primary care veterinarian is closed and you’re in need of immediate assistance for your pet, we’re open 24/7 and fully-staffed with experienced veterinarians and technicians to handle any emergency. We encourage you to pre-register your pet so you’ll be in our system if an emergency arises – it’s free, easy, and will bring you peace of mind.
Pacific Care Pet Emergency & Specialty is a 12,000 square foot state-of-the-art multispecialty & Emergency Veterinary Hospital. We are open 24/7, 365 days a year.
To help prepare for your visit, the Client Registration Form is made available to you in advance. Please complete it before your visit. Please bring radiographs, any laboratory results, all medications your pet is currently taking so that we can have a complete overview of your pets history.
Your pet’s regular veterinarian is the key to their long-term health and wellness and we encourage you to see your vet regularly. Early detection and intervention is always important in determining outcomes.Together, we can provide you and your pet with the answers, and help you make the right decisions for your situation.
Pacific Care Pet Emergency & Specialty incorporates a team approach to care for hospitalized pets 24/7/365. This time consists of veterinary specialists, experienced emergency veterinarians, specialized veterinary technicians, certified veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants.
You know your pet better than anyone, so if you notice changes in their behavior or believe they are sick or hurt, it is a good idea to seek emergency care.
Emergency situations can include:
Your pet is our priority.