Veterinary Services

24/7 Emergency Veterinary Services in Oklahoma City

Veterinary Services

Your highly-skilled veterinarian recognizes that sometimes it is in the best interest of your pet to utilize the advanced services available at our hospital. The veterinarians and staff at Animal Emergency Center will work closely with your family vet as part of a team of professionals providing optimal care for your pet. We will share all necessary information during your pet’s treatment.

We commonly see patients after a vehicle hits them or after a patient has sustained a laceration, ingested a toxin or suffered from congestive heart failure, asthma or diabetes.

Pet Emergency Surgery

Watching your pet in pain can be difficult for pet parents. It’s typically easy to notice when something isn’t right. Luckily, Animal Emergency and Surgery Center is here to help. 

Pet Ultrasound

Pet Ultrasound

Your pet may occasionally require diagnostics that go beyond the normal x-ray imaging. We have two board-certified traveling veterinarians who can conduct in-depth cardiology and ultrasound exams!

Pet Endoscope

Pet Intensive Care

Your pet will remain in the intensive care unit if they require intensive monitoring or therapy or if they are extremely unwell. Our specialized team is on duty in the ICU around the clock, every day of the week. 

Pet Digital X-Ray

Digital radiology is taking the role of conventional film x-ray. Digital x-rays assist in more accurately diagnosing and treating ill and injured dogs because they produce high-quality imaging. 

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Pet Endoscopy

Without physically inspecting an internal organ, your pet may occasionally have a condition that is challenging to diagnose. While surgery is frequently used to achieve this, endoscopy occasionally offers a less intrusive option.

Top Treated Emergencies:

  • CAR ACCIDENTS
  • SEIZURES
  • ATTACK BY DOG/OTHER ANIMAL
  • BLOOD IN STOOL
  • TOXIC POISONINGS & RAT POISON
  • BLOOD IN URINE
  • VOMITING
  • BROKEN BONES
  • EUTHANASIA
  • ALLERGIC REACTIONS
  • LOSS OF APPETITE
  • COUGHING (HEART FAILURE)
  • PNEUMONIA
  • DIARRHEA
  • ABNORMAL URINATION

If your pet’s veterinary records are available, please bring them with you. Let us know if you need help removing your pet from your car, we will be more than happy to provide you with assistance.