When your pet has an accident or sudden illness, Lenity Vet Specialists’ veterinary staff provide the highest quality emergency care. We have state-of-the-art technology, including an in-house laboratory, digital radiography, CT, ultrasound, and Intensive Care Units to help us diagnose and treat your pet as quickly as possible. Our emergency doctors and specialists work closely with your family veterinarian to continue to provide the best care for your pet.
We provide emergency services when your family veterinarian isn’t available. We currently provide emergency care 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Calling before you arrive means that we can help assess the patient, direct you to our clinic, and prepare for your arrival.
Incase of emergency, call
What to expect
When you arrive at Lenity Vet Specialists, a receptionist will check you in, and a veterinary nurse will triage your pet so we may determine their stability. Practicing triage means we must treat patients in their order of need, not their arrival order. If your pet needs to be hospitalized, the admitting veterinarian will discuss with you the recommended treatment plan.
The ASPCA hotline is a resource for pet owners who are concerned their pet has ingested something that may be poisonous. ASPCA Poison Control has a database of known toxins, their effects, and how they should be treated.