21 E Mission Ave., Spokane, WA 99202
Open weekends, nights, and holidays for emergencies.
Difficulty or stopped breathing
Gum or tongue discoloration (often blue or red)
Large cuts or wounds
Sudden collapse and/or difficulty getting back up
Unresponsiveness or difficulty to rouse
A snake or insect bite or sting on your pet that is causing a severe reaction
A bite from any animal whose vaccination history you aren’t familiar with
Limping or sudden paralysis of the back legs (especially in cats)
Excessive panting, drooling, vomiting or diarrhea, staggering or lethargy, and lack of urine production may be symptoms of anaphylactic shock
Swelling of the skin or face, hives, excessive salivation, and vomiting or diarrhea may be symptoms of heatstroke
If your pet is exhibiting any of the above symptoms or other severe signs of illness during our normal business hours, please call us at (509) 326-3151 to schedule a same-day urgent care appointment. Our experienced veterinary staff is here to help you and your pet in your time of need at our state-of-the-art facility in Spokane, WA.
If your pet experiences an emergency when our office is closed, please contact Pet Emergency & Referral Center at (509) 326-6670.