Emergency Hospitals & Clinics
Veterinary Emergency Services:
When your family veterinarian is not available or something happens on a holiday, week-end or at night, there are hospitals that specialize in urgent and emergency care.
Generally, your family veterinarian will have the number and location of where they refer emergencies to on their answering machine.
Urgent care and emergency practices are staffed and equipped to handle all kinds of emergencies including traumas, poisonings, snake envenomations, and serious illnesses. Urgent care and emergency facilities work in conjunction with your family veterinarian in the local area and have established a professional relation between the practices.
If you are not sure if your pet needs to be taken to the urgent care or emergency facility, then the best way to find out is to give them a call and talk to a staff member to get advice.
Although some emergency hospitals are open 24 hours, others are open evenings until morning and 24 hours on weekends. It is a good idea to be prepared. Note the office hours of your veterinarian and know the location and operating hours of your preferred emergency hospital.
12775 Poway Rd, Poway 92064
600 Broadway Ave, El Cajon 92021
2430 S Escondido Blvd Ste A, Escondido 92025
2310 Faraday Ave, Carlsbad, 92008
12335 World Trade Dr Ste 16, San Diego 92128
655 Benet Rd., Oceanside, CA 92058
5232 Jackson Dr Ste 105, La Mesa 91942
885 Canarios Ct Suite 108, Chula Vista 91910
5610 Kearny Mesa Rd Ste B, San Diego 92111
2317 Hotel Circle South, San Diego 92108
414 Encinitas Blvd, Encinitas 92024
2055 Montiel Rd, San Marcos 92069
10435 Sorrento Valley Rd, San Diego 92121
Member's Emergency Facilities in Riverside and Orange Counties:
25100 Hancock St Ste 116, Murrieta 92562
2409 South Vineyard Ave, Ontario 91761