Vet To Pet



Immediate Care When They Need It Most

Your pet’s health is non-negotiable. We’re dedicated to offering top-tier, compassionate and licensed care. Because your pet doesn’t just deserve better – they deserve the best.
Urgent Care Hours: Monday – Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to Midnight (last appointment at 11:00 p.m.)

Our Vision:
We recognize the challenges you face when your pet needs immediate care, especially during the later hours of the evening. With the community’s needs at heart, Vet to Pet is proud to introduce our dedicated urgent care service, available Monday to Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to midnight. Our goal is to complement your existing veterinary care team, bridging the gaps in the current on-call emergency models. We believe you and your pet deserve better, and we’re here to help make that happen.

How It Works:

  • From 6 pm to 11 pm, we see urgent care appointments only —no routine or preventative appointments.
  • Appointments must be scheduled (no walk-ins).
  • If we are extremely busy, we may suggest a triage appointment to assess your pet and determine if they are stable enough to be seen at your regular veterinarian the next day.
  • Please know we will do our best to accommodate everyone, but it may not always be possible due to staffing and capacity limitations. In some scenarios, cases may be referred elsewhere for care.
  • After midnight Monday through Thursday or when we’re not open, patients may need to be referred to the nearest overnight care veterinary facility for care.
  • With your permission, all records of your pet’s urgent care visit with us will be automatically emailed to your regular vet the next day.

Our emergency veterinarian has experience performing a variety of lifesaving measures. In emergency surgery situations, we are able to offer: 

  • Pyometra Surgery (for emergent uterine infections)
  • C-sections
  • Blocked cats
  • Cystotomy
  • GDV (to resolve bloat in dogs)
  • Splenectomy
  • Intestinal FB
  • Intestinal resection and anastomosis
  • Various laceration and wound closure and debridement 
  • Enucleation
  • Ocular proptosis
  • Limb amputation
  • Traumatic tail amputation
  • Esophageal Tube
  • Most Dental Extractions

Our Promise:
Your pet’s health and your trust are paramount. After our emergency care, your pet transitions smoothly back to your trusted vet or the nearest 24-hour veterinary facility. We actively collaborate with your local vet or the ER facility to ensure a seamless, safe transition.

Contact Us When You Need Emergency Care.
Phone: (306) 540-9691

What’s an Emergency 

Sometimes, it can be difficult to determine what is and isn’t a true pet emergency, But in general, if you’re concerned, then we are too! Common emergencies include but are not limited to:

  • Ingestion of a toxic substance, including human foods like xylitol, chocolate, or garlic, to household cleaning agents or automotive fluids
  • Hot-weather fainting, seizures, and other signs of heat stroke
  • Fractures, lameness, severe lacerations, and other signs of serious trauma
  • Bleeding from the orifices
  • Choking, gagging, and respiratory distress
  • Eye injury
  • Inability or refusal to drink water or eat food
  • Lengthy periods between delivery of puppies or kittens in a litter (difficult labor)
  • Unexplained disorientation, dizziness, or loss of consciousness
  • Inability to urinate or defecate

If you think that your pet might need emergency care, call us right away at (306) 540-9691. 


For DVMs: We treat all referrals as just that – referrals! We pledge to actively collaborate with a patient’s regular DVM to ensure seamless continuity of care and clear communication. With the client’s permission, all records for our urgent care services will be sent to the pet’s regular DVM the following day. If you have any questions about our urgent care referral services or would like to coordinate care, please call us at (306) 540-9691.