The Veterinary Urgent Care clinic in Rancho Peñasquitos is equipped with point-of-care ultrasound, an in-house lab, and digital radiography (x-rays). Our medical team is available to treat pet dogs and cats suffering from a variety of non-life threatening conditions such as ear issues, limping, scooting, hot spots, tooth, and nail-related injuries, coughing and sneezing, allergic reactions, minor injuries, and injuries in need of stitches, vomiting, diarrhea and not eating.
If your pet is suffering from any of these conditions, we encourage you to seek medical care as soon as possible. If you cannot make an appointment at our Rancho Peñasquitos location in San Diego, we urge you to seek medical care elsewhere; alternative options include your family veterinarian or a nearby 24-hour emergency hospital.
Please note: Veterinary Urgent Care does not provide 24-hour emergency care, and we are not equipped to accept patients in life-threatening conditions. If your pet is suffering from difficulty breathing or a major trauma, if he or she has eaten something toxic, is having seizures, or is unable to urinate, please go directly to a 24-hour emergency veterinary hospital.
We accept payment in the form of Cash, all major Credit Cards, and Care Credit.