Avoid the Stress of an ER Visit
Pets Furst Urgent Care is not a 24-hour ER, but our extensive availability during the daytime and evening hours ensures your pet will be seen as promptly as possible. Often, pet parents have to make the tough decision of going to the animal ER to address an urgent, but not life-threatening issue. This can result in a long, stressful wait for you and your pet. Our hospital is committed to minimizing your wait time so you can spend more time speaking with one of our vets and getting your pet the treatment they need.
What Can Pet Urgent Care Treat?
- Ear infections
- Minor cuts, burns, and scrapes
- Nail or paw pad injuries
- Allergies/allergic reactions
- Skin disorders
- Eye issues (redness, discharge, swelling)
- Vomiting or diarrhea
- Difficulty urinating or defecating
- Appetite loss
- Chronic sneezing/coughing