when pets
speak, we know
how to listen.

Urgent care is for times when your dog or cat has a non-life-threatening condition, and you’re not able to be seen by your primary veterinarian quickly.

Don’t wonder and don’t wait. Count on AcutePet. We understand what your pet is trying to say and deliver the type of care needed with the compassion and kindness you (and your pet) deserve.

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why AcutePet Urgent Care?

When immediate care is needed, we are here to bridge the gap between your primary veterinarian and the emergency facilities. Always staffed with licensed veterinarians and well-trained technicians offering high-quality, affordable, and accessible care for non-life threatening conditions. We offer same-day online appointments and accept walk-in patients.
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Quality urgent care for pets with non-life-threatening conditions in an outpatient setting
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timely care
Efficient same-day appointments, no long wait times, open 7 days a week with extended hours
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Comprehensive urgent care services for your pet at an affordable price with no additional wellness care or routine vaccines
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Trusted urgent care for pet owners and their pets + relief for primary care veterinarians and emergency hospitals when needed

welcoming spaces & friendly faces

AcutePet knows any illness can feel like an emergency when it comes to your pet.
Our locations are designed to be welcoming, low-anxiety environments for you and your pet.

what we treat

For non-life-threatening conditions, book a same-day appointment online, call ahead, or walk-in. Not sure if we treat something? No problem - give us a call.
Allergies/Allergic Conditions
  • Digestive issues
  • Flea allergy or infestation
  • Hives
  • Insect bites or stings
  • Itching/Scratching
  • Licking/Chewing affected area
  • Red, irritated skin
  • Rubbing face
  • Runny eyes
  • Skin irritation or infection
  • Sneezing
  • Swelling of face, ears, lips, ocular area
  • Vaccine sensitivity or reaction
Anal Gland Issues
  • Discomfort
  • Licking
  • Scooting
Behavior Changes or Concerns
  • Hiding
  • Lethargy/Decreased Activity
Coughing or Sneezing
  • Allergic conditions
  • Foreign object inhalation
  • Lower respiratory irritation, virus or disease
  • Upper respiratory irritation, virus or disease
End-of-Life Care and Arrangements
  • Cremation
  • Euthanasia
Eye/Ear/Nasal Conditions
  • Discharge
  • Discomfort
  • Infections

Some pets maintain a baseline temperature slightly above or below these ranges.

  • Cats – the normal body temperature is between 100.5 and 102.5 degrees F.
  • Dogs – the normal body temperature is between 99.5 and 102.5 degrees F.
Gastrointestinal Conditions
  • Change in appetite – not eating or drinking
  • Constipation
  • Dehydration
  • Diarrhea
  • Dietary indiscretion
  • Foreign material ingestion
  • Intestinal parasites (worms)
  • Vomiting
Injury or Trauma
  • Broken toenail
  • Lameness/Limping
  • Possible broken bone/Fracture assessment
  • Trouble/Difficulty walking
  • Wounds, lacerations (cuts), abrasions (scrapes), abscesses
Medication Administration Appointments
  • Assistance in administration of prescribed medications
  • Subcutaneous fluid administration
Pain Management

Animals are often very good at concealing any discomfort, and it may be shown in less obvious ways, like slight changes in behavior, activity, or body language.

  • Arthritis
  • Neurologic
  • Oncologic (cancer related)
  • Orthopedic (bone, joint, muscular)
Skin Conditions
  • Hot spots
  • Itching
  • Masses or lumps
  • Rashes
Toxin or Poison Exposure or Ingestion

Quick intervention is usually indicated for most ingestions or exposures, and may include induction of vomiting, decontamination or administration of binding agents, supportive care, or medications.

  • Chemical substances or compounds
  • Medications (human or veterinary)
  • Overdoses
  • Plants
  • Medication side effect or overdose
  • Metabolic disease or disorder
  • Neurological disease or disorder
  • Toxin exposure or ingestion
Urinary or Kidney Issues
  • Bloody urine
  • Dehydration
  • Increased frequency
  • Straining or difficulty urinating
Your Pet is Not Acting Right or Seems Off

You know your pet best – sometimes it is hard to determine exactly what is bothering them, but you know they just aren’t themselves.  This can be your pet’s way of letting you know they aren’t feeling well or are sick.

  • Change in activity level
  • Change in appetite
  • Change in behavior
  • Hiding
For life-threatening or critical emergencies, visit your closest emergency veterinary hospital.
As a facility providing urgent care for family pets, we prioritize the safety of our patients and their families. Therefore, we are unable to treat stray animals or wildlife.

AcutePet Urgent Care
guiding principles

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lead with
We prioritize open communication, listening, ethical decision-making & a commitment to transparency in all our interactions.
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embrace joy
We approach each day with gratitude for the opportunity to work with animals, show empathy towards their needs & have pride in the care we provide.
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be authentic
We strive to be authentic in our interactions, recognize the value of our veterinary teams & foster strong relationships built on honesty & respect.
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passion for
We continuously provide opportunity for growth driven by our unwavering passion to help pets, people, and the profession.
Founders Note
Drs. Doug Hoffman and David Sachs founded AcutePet Urgent Care with the mission to ensure quality access to veterinary care is sustainable. We have developed novel ways to ensure our teams are cared for, while providing high quality urgent care to our communities. Positioned within the veterinary landscape, AcutePet will work alongside our colleagues in primary care and emergency medicine to offer an additional solution for when same-day pet illness or injury care is needed. We are excited to help pet owners restore health to their 4-legged friends, while focusing on, and celebrating, our team and the veterinary profession.

- Thank you,
Doug and David
acute pet founders
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the care you need, when you need it most
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