Hours of Operation
Weekend: Saturday Noon -
7:00AM Monday morning
Holidays: Open 24 hours
Pet Emergency: What to Do
- Stay Calm
- Call (727) 786-5755
- Be prepared with info:
- Details of problem
- Any changes
- Be aware. Pets may bite if ill or injured.
Location30610 US Highway 19 N,
Palm Harbor, FL 34684
One block north of Curlew Road on the west side Please call ahead for advice and so we can prepare your arrival.
- to Vet from Clearwater downtown and south
- to Vet from Tarpon Springs, New Port Richey and north
- to Vet from Oldsmar and east Directions from Trinity
- to Vet from Tampa
Your Pet's ER visit should be reassuring.
It's an anxious time when your pet is sick or injured. So a trip to the emergency animal hospital should be a reassuring experience-- not one made difficult, inconvenient, or more stressful. That's why Animal Emergency and Urgent Care focuses on your confort and the confort of your pet at all times during the course of your emergency visit. Our philosophy is to provide prompt, excellent care --with an emphasis on immediate relief and both pain and stress reduction for you pet.
What to expect during your ER visit, and some helpful tips
When you call ahead, the technician will advise you on any immediate actions you need to take, obtain basic information, and make sure you have good directions to Animal Emergency.
Prompt service. Upon arrival, your pet will be brought to an examination area ASAP. While your pet is being examined, a technician will work with you to complete brief admission paperwork.
Minimized Waiting. We always strive to provide immediate relief and comfort to your pet, while minimizing waits in the waiting room. Animal Emergency has an excellent track record keeping waiting times short. By nature, the volume and severity of emergency cases are uncertain. If necessary, priority will be given to the most critical cases, including your pet.
Open Communication and Treatment Options Explained. The attending veterinarian will update you on your pet's condition, offer you treatment options when appropriate, and answer all your questions. Feel free to ask questions until you're comfortable with the information being given to you.
Frequent Updates on Your Pet's Condition. If your pet needs to be hospitalized, a deposit will be required. During hospitalization, if your pet condition changes significantly for better or worse, you'll be notified. Also, you will be notified if cost estimates change significanlty as a result.
Comprehensive Medical Record. When your pet is discharged, you will be provided a full computerized medical record. A copy will be sent to your regular veterinarian as well. Also, full payment for the visit is due at this time. Cash, personal checks, Visa, Mastercard, America Express, Discover, and Care Credit are accepted methods of payment.