24/7 Emergency Care

Pet ER 24/7 is your one stop, offering all-inclusive 24-hour emergency and continued ICU care. We bring highly integrated and tactical urgent care delivery systems to your dogs and cats when you need us most. At Pet ER 24/7 we rely on staged and multi modal imaging capabilities, comprehensive and timely in-house bloods and bodily fluids analysis allowing us to receive and address a diverse caseload of pet emergencies any time of the day and night.

We understand unforeseen pet emergencies, and every moment counts. Our team of seasoned emergency Nurses and Veterinarians are always on standby, ready to receive you and your pet at a moment’s notice. Rest assured that you can rely on us to provide the highest level of care and support during this difficult time.


 If You Think Your Pet is Having a Health Emergency,
Please Call Us Immediately

(631) 247-3837

Emergency Care

  • 24-hour emergency vet and critical care.
  • Dedicated ICU with round-the-clock monitoring and attentive medical care for critical cases.
  • Equipped with advanced medical technology to handle complex emergency cases at any time.
  • Experienced veterinary team with years of professional training to calm, stabilize and deliver the highest quality and effective emergency care in the greater NY area.
  • Quick and reliable service at a moment’s notice.

Signs to Look For in Case of an Emergency*

If your pet is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, please have them evaluated as soon as possible:

  • Vomiting and diarrhea that lasts longer than a day, or is accompanied by blood or mucus
  • Difficulty breathing, including rapid or shallow breathing, panting, or wheezing
  • Loss of appetite or sudden weight loss
  • Lethargy or weakness that lasts for more than 24 hours
  • Seizures or convulsions
  • Persistent coughing or sneezing
  • Difficulty urinating or defecating
  • Excessive thirst or urination
  • Swelling or lumps that are growing in size or are painful to the touch
  • Changes in behavior, such as increased aggression, anxiety, or depression
  • Sudden onset of lameness or reluctance to move or walk
  • Any signs of trauma or injury, such as bleeding or open wounds

 Additional symptoms may indicate a serious health risk. If you’re concerned about your pet’s health, consult with a veterinarian as soon as possible.