Our dedicated and compassionate staff handles veterinary emergencies with the professional care your pet deserves. If your pet’s condition requires an emergency procedure or after hours care, we are glad to provide these services at our fully equipped veterinary hospital.
Our veterinarian will start with an examination to determine the condition of your pet. We may also perform other diagnostic testing, such as x-rays or laboratory work, to diagnose your pet’s injury or illness. Once we have determined your pet’s condition, our veterinarian will discuss treatment options and provide an estimate.
We see a wide variety of pet emergencies at Mainland Animal Emergency Clinic, including poisoning, car accidents, heat stroke, difficulty breathing, retching, and significant blood loss. We can also diagnose the cause of odd physical problems or unusual behaviors.
At our Surrey veterinary emergency clinic, we provide quality emergency care for your pet. This comprehensive care may include x-rays, monitoring of vital functions, intravenous administration of fluids or electrolytes, and a full menu of laboratory tests. We can also perform surgery to pets under general anesthesia. Our veterinarians and support staff will always be there during clinic hours to provide the best care for your pets.
Our emergency vet in Surrey and trained staff stand ready to provide care for the most traumatic pet injuries. If your pet is experiencing a veterinary emergency, call us at 604-588-4000 for instructions. We are available from 5 p.m. until 8 a.m. and from 2:30 PM until 8:00 AM Saturday. We are open 24 hours on Sunday and on holidays, for maximum convenience to you and your pet.
Sometimes a pet needs surgery. Our emergency vet in Surrey is ready at a moment’s notice and can perform the surgical procedures for gastric torsion (bloat), laceration, bleeding, or blunt force trauma.
If your pet is suffering a veterinary emergency in Surrey, call Mainland Animal Emergency Clinic immediately at 604-588-4000. Please call our on-call emergency vet or bring your furry friend to the pet hospital for emergency care even if you think something is wrong with your pet but are not sure. Some problems simply cannot wait for emergency care – we are prepared to work hard to save your pet.
Drop by Mainland Animal Emergency Clinic today for your pet’s medical care.