WHAT TO EXPECT
We are not a substitute for your family veterinarian, but an extension for their medical and surgical services during the hours their offices are closed.ABOUT US
We are open 24 hours, we provide emergency care for your pets. Pet emergency of Martin county has been providing quality and affordable emergency care for the treasure coast area for more than 18 years. we provide full medical and surgical emergency care, critical care and hospitalization.
What to Expect
Pet emergency of martin county is not a substitute for the family veterinarian, but an extension for their medical and surgical services during the hours their offices are closed. Our aim is to work in cooperation with your family veterinarian to provide the best possible care for your pet.
The highest quality medical and surgical care
Pet Emergency of Martin county was designed and equipped to provide the highest quality medical and surgical care for sick and injured pets during the hours that your regular veterinarian is unavailable. The clinic is well equipped to provide rapid diagnostic laboratory testing, x-rays, oxygen therapy, intravenous fluid therapy, blood transfusions, and emergency anesthesia and surgical procedures.
An emergency consultation fee is charged to all clients. After examining your pet, the doctor on duty will discuss recommended care and treatment and give you an estimate for diagnostic testing, treatment, surgeries or other procedures required. If the pet's condition should change after admittance, the clinic will attempt to contact owner for authorization for additional treatment and charges.
Our veterinarians are experienced in emergency medicine and surgery. They work with well-trained veterinary technicians to provide continuous after-hours monitoring and treatment of patients. Many pets can be treated on an outpatient basis. Pets requiring on going hospitalization after release must be transferred by the owner to their family veterinarian. Owners without a regular veterinarian will be given names of several veterinarians near their homes. Payment in full is due when services are rendered. A deposit is required for all patients admitted into the hospital.