veterinary urgent care

Urgent Care Appointments

Book an urgent care appointment for your pet's minor illnesses and injuries.
Daytime appointments, Friday - Monday.




DoveLewis Urgent Care treats dogs and cats who are experiencing minor illnesses and injuries. 

Examples of conditions that Urgent Care patients may be experiencing include: 

  • Cuts, scrapes, or bites
  • Runny stool or change in stool
  • Skin or ear problems
  • Weight loss
  • Abscess
  • Limping without severe pain

If your pet is experiencing abnormal breathing, active bleeding, severe trauma, lethargy, etc., contact our Emergency Room

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if my pet needs Urgent Care?

You know your pet best. If you’re worried or unsure, we always recommend that you come to the ER. If your pet is experiencing abnormal breathing, active bleeding, severe trauma, lethargy, etc., they should be seen by an emergency veterinarian.

But if you think that your pet can wait until tomorrow for care (and your vet isn’t available), then an Urgent Care appointment would let you wait at home comfortably. Urgent care is for non-life-threatening cases.

What is Urgent Care? How is it different from ER?

Urgent Care is focused on minor illnesses or injuries and patients are seen by appointment. ER’s priorities are life threatening or severe conditions. The cost of treatment is the same.

What kind of illnesses or injuries are typically seen in Urgent Care?

It really varies, so it’s a smart idea to call your veterinarian first to see if they can see your pet for an urgent or last-minute appointment. They may be able to advise you. Some examples of the kinds of patients Urgent Care can help with are animals with: ​​​​​​cuts, scrapes, bites, runny stool, skin problems, ear problems, change in stool, weight loss, abscess, limping without severe pain

How is Urgent Care different than going to my regular vet?

Urgent Care is for when your pet is injured or sick, but not life-threatening. Seeing your regular vet is always the best option for minor illness or injury, but sometimes that just isn’t possible.  Urgent Care is great if you feel that your pet needs care sooner than you can get an appointment with your family veterinarian. Plus, our team has the option for emergency and intensive care should your pet need it.

Do you think my pet should do Urgent Care?

We can’t make that decision for you—any medical recommendations need a doctor’s exam. The best recommendation we have for you is that if you’re worried and can’t decide, come in. If your regular vet is available, you could also call them to see if they have time for an urgent appointment.

Appointment Are Available Friday - Monday

Urgent Care appointments are limited. If an appointment slot is not available on the day you've selected, we are fully booked. Once you've selected an appointment time, you'll receive an email with further instructions regarding your appointment.

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