Offering Urgent Care Services

As pet owners, we always want the best care for our furry friends, especially when they are in need of urgent medical attention. This is where urgent care services for vets come in. Hilltop Family Vet is designed to provide prompt and immediate medical attention to pets who require urgent care but whose condition is not severe enough to require a visit to the emergency room.

Our urgent care services for pets are staffed with experienced and licensed veterinarians and veterinary technicians who are capable of handling a wide range of medical emergencies. These clinics are equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment equipment, enabling them to quickly assess and diagnose a pet’s condition and provide the necessary medical care. Urgent care clinics also offer a range of services, including routine medical care, such as vaccinations and wellness exams, as well as urgent care services, such as wound care, x-rays, and lab work. These clinics can also provide basic prescription medications on-site, which can be helpful for pet owners who need to start treatment right away. Another advantage of using urgent care services for pets is that they are generally more affordable than emergency room services. The fees for urgent care services are often lower than those of emergency rooms, making it easier for pet owners to manage the cost of their pet’s medical care.

If you are a pet owner, it is essential to know the location of an urgent care clinic near you, so you can quickly access it in case of an emergency. You can also call ahead to see if the clinic has specific policies for handling emergency cases and what types of services they offer.

Your pet may need urgent care services if they are experiencing any of, but not limited to, the symptoms listed below.

  • Coughing and sneezing
  • Disoriented, dizzy
  • Ear infections
  • Poison
  • Skin issues (scratching, itching)
  • Whining
  • Urinary infection
  • Limping, trouble walking
  • Not eating or drinking
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Injury
  • Bleeding
  • In need of end-of-life care