Any time you cannot reach your primary care veterinarian, we are here to help with 24/7 vet emergency services. Our Greensboro, NC veterinarians are specially trained in emergency medicine, and our board-certified veterinary criticalist treats pets with life-threatening conditions.
We are a proud member of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS).
VECCS identifies a Level II center as a 24-hour acute emergency and critical care facility with the medical staff, personnel and training required to provide emergent and critical patient care.
Our facility is open to receive small animal emergency patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Our Greensboro Emergency veterinary care is the treatment of animals in situations that require immediate attention, or could potentially be life-threatening.
The following situations are considered emergencies, and require immediate care. If your pet has had an accident or is experiencing any of these symptoms, bring them in immediately.
We offer state-of-the-art emergency care at our emergency clinic for your four-legged family members. We are equipped to provide specialized diagnostics, complete surgical services, and hospitalization.
We always recommend calling us ahead if you can, but we understand that in emergency situations this is not always possible. If your situation does not allow time for you to call, please do not hesitate to bring your pet in to our clinic for immediate attention.
We are open 24/7 for 365 days a year.
A veterinary emergency hospital is just like a human emergency department—it can be unpredictable and you may have to wait.
We cannot predict what cases we will see and when they will come through our doors, but we will prioritize cases based on medical need.
We provide a comfortable area for waiting and we will do our best to keep you updated regarding wait times and the status of your pet.
Yes, we update your primary care veterinarian with your pet’s medical history and files to ensure seamless, integrated care.
We understand that emergencies can be stressful for you and your pet. Knowing what to expect at our emergency veterinary clinic will make the process easier for both of you.
You will be escorted to an exam room and asked to complete our New Patient Form if you have not already done so.
A veterinary technician will triage your pet, before a veterinarian completes a full exam.
Once your pet has been assessed, our veterinarians will formulate a treatment plan so they can receive the best possible care.
We'll also keep your primary care veterinarian updated with your pet’s medical history, files and treatment plan.