If your pet has a life-threatening emergency after hours or is sick or injured and requires 24-hour care, there are several places you can take your pet.
It is often difficult for a pet owner to determine if their pet is in need of immediate emergency care. During the course of pediatric exams, annual checkups, and geriatric visits, we will try and help you recognize what to look for in determining if your pet needs immediate care. If your pet has an ongoing condition we will try our best to keep you informed and know what to do if your pet’s condition suddenly worsens. The best care for your pet is regular care. If it is after hours and you are unsure what to do you can call one of the above emergency numbers and get further advice before leaving your home.
Helpful Phone Numbers
ASPCA Animal Pet Poison Control
Eye Emergencies and Disease in Pets
Eye injuries and eye disease in animals may be severely painful and may need immediate care. The Eye Care for animals offers a specialty called veterinary ophthalmology. Veterinary ophthalmologists only take care of eye disease and injury in pets and have very sophisticated equipment and techniques and are often necessary for severe injury or sudden pain relating to your pet’s eye(s).
More than 20 years of experience in Norfolk, MA.
Thank you for making us your preferred Norfolk veterinary hospital. Below is our contact information, schedule, and a form to complete if you need to contact us. We're more than happy to provide additional information about our services. If you have any questions, you can also call us directly at 508-384-5904.
Mon - Fri: 8 am to 5 pm
Sat: 9 am to 1 pm
(we are currently only open one Saturday per month, give us a call to ensure we're open)
Sun + Holidays: Closed
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