Emergency And Critical Care

redcrossIf an emergency should occur during regular business hours and you are a pre-existing client, we will see you, depending on the nature of the emergency. Please call in advance so that we can prepare what will be needed for critical care.

After hours emergencies – If you have an emergency and our office is closed please contact one of the following critical care centers:

Palm Beach Veterinary Specialists
3884 Forest Hill Blvd.
West Palm Beach (561) 434-5700

Pet Emergency of Palm Beach County
(Northlake and I-95)
3816 Northlake Blvd.
Palm Beach Gardens
(561) 691-9999

Veterinary Specialty Hospital of Palm Beach Gardens
4019 Hood Rd
Palm Beach Garden
(561) 625-9995

Poison Control
ASPCA National Animal Poison Control Center Hotline
(888) 426–4435

Additional Services

Dental cleanings & your pet’s health

Dental cleanings & your pet’s health

Bad Breath: Bad breath is the most common sign of dental disease noted by pet owners. However, this is often only the tip of the iceberg. The gums can become irritated leading to bleeding and oral pain. Bacteria surrounding the roots can also gain access to the... read more
Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy

Just what is cold laser therapy? More and more veterinarians are recommending cold laser therapy as a means to help their patients with acute and chronic medical problems. Commonly known as LLLT, cold or soft laser, it is a form of photo therapy which involves the... read more

Behavioral Tips

Thunderstorms and your pet’s fear

Thunderstorms and your pet’s fear

  Phobia: The fear of loud noises is considered a phobia, which is an intense response to a situation that your pet perceives as fear inducing. The pets response is out of proportion to the stimulus they fear. Phobic responses are very similar to fear, however... read more
Dental cleanings & your pet’s health

Dental cleanings & your pet’s health

Bad Breath: Bad breath is the most common sign of dental disease noted by pet owners. However, this is often only the tip of the iceberg. The gums can become irritated leading to bleeding and oral pain. Bacteria surrounding the roots can also gain access to the... read more