MetroVet Services

Urgent Care without Emergency Care Prices

Come home to a sick pet? Want to avoid expensive after hours emergency charges? 

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Compassionate

We care about and for your pet by providing the highest standard of care.

Convenient

Available after work hours and weekends. We have shorter wait times.

Cost-Effective

We provide state-of-the-art diagnostics and treatment at lower prices than 24-hour emergency vet hospitals.

Some conditions that may require a visit include:

  • Airway Obstruction
  • Bleeding Wound
  • Distended Abdomen
  • Trauma
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Difficulty Giving Birth
  • Foreign Body or Toxin Ingestion
  • Fracture
  • Head Trauma
  • Muscle Tremors or Seizures
  • Red, Swollen or Painful Eye
  • Vomiting or Diarrhea
  • Weakness or Collapse

 

Diagnostic Testing

In-house laboratory diagnostic testing, including blood chemistry analysis, hematology, urinalysis, ELISA point of care tests, and cytology, provide critical diagnostic information and improve our ability to quickly respond to your pet’s urgent needs.

Digital Radiography

High frequency digital radiography equipment provides superior image quality and the ability to transmit images to our board-certified radiology partners at Northwest Veterinary Imaging for quick review allowing more immediate diagnosis.

Ultrasound

We utilize in-house ultrasonography for scanning trauma patients, bladder imaging and a variety of other imaging  purposes. Our local mobile radiology partners at Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging Corporation provide in-house interventional ultrasound services. This provides your pet with state-of-the-art diagnostics in a familiar environment and enable our doctors to directly communication with the board-certified radiologists performing the services.

Pain Management

As your pet ages, you can play an important role in easing the discomfort in your pet. Our doctors and technical staff are trained to recognize cues indicating pain and are committed to taking a proactive effort in pain management.

 

Travel Exams and Health Certificates

We provide heath certificates required for both domestic and international travel. We are familiar with state and country requirements that you must meet to travel with your pet, and are equipped with the proper documents and medications you might need before you take off.

 

End of Life Care

One of the most difficult aspects of pet ownership is having to say goodbye. We provide gentle, humane euthanasia services in a relaxed, comfortable environment to help ease the loss of your pet. We provide both communal and private cremation services, and at-home euthanasia services to reduce stress for you and your pet.

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Check Out Our Urgent Care/Emergency Blog Posts Below:

Tea Tree Oil Poisoning in Dogs and Cats

Tea tree oil is a  popular alternative treatment for many skin conditions affecting humans and its popularity has resulted in veterinary skin care products that contain the product. In small concentrations (.1% to 1%), tea tree oil is tolerated and safe for cats and...

Foreign Body Ingestion in Dogs and Cats

This holiday season we have already seen a rash of pets eating things they shouldn’t, causing obstruction of the stomach or intestines, and often resulting in life-threatening situations if left untreated. Some objects can pass without taking medical intervention,...

Holidays can be Dangerous for Pets. Be Aware of These Precautions.

Although you may be able to handle extra food and rich desserts with only a few pounds to show, your pet can't. Pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) and gastroenteritis (inflammation of the stomach and intestines) are common holiday maladies we see in pets....

Xylitol Poisoning

Xylitol: Just as Dangerous in Dogs as Chocolate, Yet Less Known   Xylitol is used in a variety of food and non-food products including sugar-free gum, candy, peanut and nut butters, baked goods, baking mix, jelly, condiments, syrup, flavored drinks, drink...

Chocolate Toxicity in Dogs

Why is chocolate bad for dogs? Chocolate contains substances known as methylxanthines, specifically caffeine and theobromine, both of which are toxic to dogs. Dogs metabolize theobromine much slower than humans, so depending on your dog’s weight, even small amounts of...