EMERGENCY VETERINARIAN IN SPOKANE, WA
Here, You Are Family
Members of the Pet Emergency Clinic team are passionate about urgent vet care. From taking care of your beloved furry friend to taking care of you as “mom and dad”, our emergency veterinarian is well trained and compassionate to help you through your visit. We pride ourselves on LISTENING to your concerns, APPLYING our knowledge to offer the best medical care, and ADVOCATING for your pet.
Pet care is easily transferred between the referral clinics as needed all in one building. We are the largest Emergency Animal Hospital and Referral Hospital, offering progressive, compassionate care using state-of-the-art veterinary medicine and the best group of doctors and support staff on this side of the Cascades.
Is this an emergency?
If you are worried or concerned about what your pet is doing, bring them in right away. Click below to read more about common pet emergencies.
Is this an emergency?
If you are worried or concerned about what your pet is doing, bring them in right away. Click below to read more about common pet emergencies.Read More
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are your hours of operation?
Our emergency department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our specialty services are available by appointment only, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Is there a charge for parking?
No. Parking in our on-site lot is free. During weekdays, space in our parking lot is limited, and it may be necessary for you to park nearby and walk. If your pet is in critical condition and there is no parking available, temporarily pull up near the front door and bring your pet into the clinic. You may park your vehicle once your pet is safely being treated.
How do I know if my pet needs emergency care?
If your pet is in critical condition, please come directly to the clinic as soon as possible. If you think your pet has ingested a potentially poisonous substance, please bring the LABEL, CONTAINER, and/or SUBSTANCE with you to the clinic, if possible. We also recommend you contact the Pet Poison Helpline at (800) 213-6680.
We have also included the following page for your reference:Is This an Emergency?
Are face masks required inside the building?
Yes. We require all persons in the building to wear a face mask at all times, regardless of vaccination status. If you are unwilling to wear a face mask, we can provide curbside service, otherwise, you will need to select another facility for your pet’s medical care.
Will there be a long wait before my pet is seen?
Due to our nature as an emergency hospital, wait times are difficult to predict. We will not provide an estimated wait time. Your pet will be prioritized based on the actual medical urgency of their symptoms as determined by our clinical staff. For example, if you are waiting for your pet with a skin rash to be seen, other pets that are in critical condition will be seen first, even if they arrive after you. Click here to learn more about what to expect during your visit.