Calusa Veterinary Center

24 Hour Emergency Pet Care In Boca Raton, FL

Experiencing a pet emergency? We’re open and ready to help keep your pet safe!

Bring Your Pet To Us In An Emergency

As pet owners, we never want to imagine our furry friends in a state of emergency. However, accidents and illnesses can happen at any time, and it's important to be prepared. That's why it's crucial to know where to turn for emergency pet care.

State-of-the-Art Facilities

At Calusa Veterinary Center, we understand that your pet's health is your top priority. That's why we have invested in state-of-the-art facilities to provide the best possible care for your pet in an emergency. Our facilities are equipped with the latest technology and equipment, allowing us to quickly diagnose and treat your pet's condition.

Experienced and Compassionate Staff

Our team at Calusa Veterinary Center is made up of experienced and compassionate veterinarians and staff. We understand that emergencies can be stressful for both you and your pet, and we strive to provide a calm and comforting environment for both of you. All of our emergency veterinarians have received extensive training, are able to perform life-saving surgeries, and have worked in fast-paced urgent care environments to ensure their ability to treat your pet quickly and confidently.

24/7 Availability

One of the biggest benefits of bringing your pet to Calusa Veterinary Center is our 24/7 availability. We understand that emergencies can happen at any time, day or night, and we are always here to help. Our emergency services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. This means that no matter when your pet needs emergency care, we will be here to provide it.

Comprehensive Emergency Care

At Calusa Veterinary Center, we offer comprehensive emergency care for your pet. This includes everything from minor injuries to life-threatening conditions. Our team is equipped to handle a wide range of emergencies, including but not limited to:

  • Accidents and injuries&
  • Poisoning
  • Seizures
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Allergic reactions
  • Ingestion of foreign objects
  • And more

Affordable Options

We understand that emergency pet care can be expensive, and we never want finances to stand in the way of your pet receiving the care they need. That's why we accept CareCredit® and Scratchpay for emergency pet care at Calusa Veterinary Center. We work with you to find the best treatment plan for your pet that fits within your budget.

We Won’t Replace Your Established Vet

In the tradition of Calusa’s commitment to providing exceptional service, you can rest assured that your pet’s ultimate recovery will take place with your pre-existing veterinarian. The Calusa Veterinary Emergency Center is NOT a replacement for your regular veterinarian; we are merely an around the clock option in case your pet needs emergency or critical care. Once your pet’s condition has stabilized, we will collaborate with your pet’s regular doctor to craft a recovery plan that they can oversee. In certain situations, your pet will even be transferred from Calusa to your veterinarian’s facility for continued monitoring of their condition.

In an emergency, every second counts. That's why it's important to know where to turn for emergency pet care. Calusa Veterinary Center offers state-of-the-art facilities, experienced and compassionate staff, 24/7 availability, comprehensive emergency care, and affordable options. If you ever find yourself in need of emergency pet care in Palm Beach County, bring your pet to us and rest assured that they will receive the best care possible.

What Is Considered An Emergency?

Consider Bringing Your Pet In Immediately If He/She:

  • Is having difficulty breathing
  • Is vomiting (especially with blood)
  • Is bleeding excessively
  • Is having a seizure or loss of balance
  • Is visibly in pain or panting heavily
  • Has eaten/swallowed a foreign object
  • Has suffered serious trauma or injury
  • Is unconscious
  • Is experiencing unusual swelling
  • Is having irregular or bloody bowel movements
  • Is having trouble urinating or is vocalizing while urinating
  • Is acting erratically or biting at imaginary objects
  • Has suffered heatstroke or severe dehydration
  • Has had diarrhea for more than 24 hours straight
  • Has eaten/swallowed a poisonous substance
  • Seems to have lost its sight (sudden blindness)
  • Has a swollen abdomen that appears painful when touched
  • Is pregnant and having difficulty delivering puppies or kittens
  • Any other symptoms or situations of concern

Poison Control

If you think your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, please call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC)* at 888-426-4435 right away. The APCC is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency and are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

You may also contact the Pet Poison Hotline* at 855-764-7661.

*A consultation fee may apply.

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