For non-emergency medical issues that can’t wait until your regular veterinarian becomes available, VCA Urgent Care offers world-class care access to same- and next-day care
Sometimes pets have pressing medical needs that aren’t life-threatening but should be evaluated and treated by a veterinarian as soon as possible. VCA Urgent Care enables you to receive care from our skilled team of world-class veterinary professionals without waiting for hours in an emergency room.
If you think your pet is having a medical emergency, find the nearest VCA Emergency Hospital.
Animals can accidentally ingest many potential toxins Many potential treatments are time-sensitive, so if you’re worried your pet may have ingested a potential toxin, see a veterinarian as soon as possible ... Read more
Like humans, animals can have allergic reactions to things in their environments An allergy is a state of over-reactivity or hypersensitivity of your pet’s immune system to an allergen ... Read more
Animals can develop vomiting or diarrhea for many reasons, ranging from eating something that didn’t agree with them to a life-threatening gastrointestinal obstruction ... Read more
Just like humans, pets are vulnerable to ear infections caused by many factors in their environments ... Read more
Eye problems are common among pets Dust, dirt and even fur can get into your pet’s eyes and cause redness, itching, watering or irritation ... Read more
Animals with fleas, ticks or mites on their body may require prescription treatment to clear the infestation ... Read more
Your pet’s itchy skin or rash could be caused by many reasons, from a reaction to their food, sensitivity to their shampoo or parasites like fleas or ticks to a more serious condition like a skin infection ... Read more
Wounds can be caused by many things such as scrapes, cuts, and bites from other animals, or a pad laceration from stepping on glass or a sharp rock ... Read more
A change in appetite is one of the first indicators your pet may be experiencing a health issue ... Read more
Pain while moving or limping can be a sign of anything from a mild sprain or strain to a serious orthopedic or neurological issue ... Read more
While the occasional sneeze is common for pets, an ongoing sneeze, repeated cough or continuously runny nose is a sign that your pet should be seen by a veterinarian ... Read more
Any time an animal develops abnormal urination, the pet should be seen by a veterinarian ... Read more