24 Hour Emergency Pet Care in Doral

Are you having an emergency right now? Call us at (305) 598-1234 for care.

The veterinary team at Doral Centre Animal Hospital knows that emergency situations don’t care what time of the day it is—they happen at any time. For this reason, we feel that it’s a very important part of our well-rounded practice to provide ongoing emergency vet services for our patients, 24 hours a day.

When your pet’s emergency is being treated by our hospital, rest assured your pet is in good hands. Our round-the-clock urgent care clinic for dogs and cats is staffed with emergency veterinarians and technicians who will evaluate your pet’s clinical signs and develop an immediate course of action. Among our dedicated staff we have two technicians who are certified paramedics, two who are foreign veterinarians, and two who are nursing students. We are prepared to handle a variety of emergency situations including:

  • Choking
  • Profuse Bleeding
  • Eye injuries
  • Fractures
  • Heatstroke
  • Hit by a Car
  • Poisoning
  • Seizures
  • Excessive Vomiting
  • Blood in Stool
  • Unable to Urinate
  • Severe bleeding
  • …and more

Doral Centre Animal Hospital

9400 NW 58th Street
Doral, FL 33178

Phone: (305) 598-1234

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Remain calm. While a pet emergency may be cause for alarm, you don’t want your trip to the emergency room to cause any additional problems, accidents, or stress for you or your pet.

Be prepared to answer the vet’s questions. The veterinary team will ask you specific questions about your pet’s symptoms, the events that led up to the emergency visit, the substance they may have consumed, and more. Sometimes writing down the basic facts before your arrival will help you make sure that you don’t forget any details.

Use a carrier. Transporting an injured pet can be difficult. To ensure their safety and the safety of others, we recommend cats and dogs be in a carrier if possible. sometimes work in the event that a carrier is not available, or if the pet is too large to be transported by a carrier.


Delivering Caring, Compassionate Pet Care