Veterinary Urgent Care by Ethos

Veterinary Urgent Care clinics provide medical care for non-life-threatening illness or injury in cats and dogs. We treat pets who are in stable condition, but still need same-day or next-day veterinary medical attention. Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary hospitals are obligated to prioritize patients with life-threatening conditions over more stable patients, this means that wait times can be unpredictable. Veterinary Urgent Care clinics are equipped with digital x-ray machines, point of care ultrasound and in-house labs. Our service is designed to diagnose and treat your pet, so you can get back home and resume the fun and games.

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Client Portal

Register or log in to your account to browse available same-day appointments, or access results and discharge instructions. After you register, please set up your own profile and your pet's profile, then select the location nearest you to book an appointment.

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Urgent Care Clinics

Urgent Care Clinics

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FAQs

FAQs

Preparing to visit one of our clinics? Take a look at some frequently asked questions before you come.

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What We Can Treat...

  • Minor cuts, wounds and burns
  • Skin or nail problems
  • Asthma or allergic reactions
  • Scooting or licking
  • Limping or lameness
  • Ear & eye problems
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Coughing, sneezing
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Blood in urine or stool
  • Lumps or bumps
  • Mouth pain or bad breath

...and What We Can't

We can’t keep your pet for overnight stays, and we’re not equipped to handle cases that require hospitalization or advanced surgical care. If we diagnose a serious condition, we’ll discuss other options with you, including the possible need for an immediate transfer to a 24-hour emergency hospital.

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Part of the Ethos Veterinary Health Network

Veterinary Urgent Care clinics are affiliated with Ethos Veterinary Health. Ethos has 24-hr Emergency and Specialty hospitals throughout the country.

If your pet is in need of overnight treatment in an ICU or advanced surgical care, we can easily help you transfer to an Ethos hospital nearby.

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