Kirkland Pet Emergencies
Quality Care When You Need It The Most
The goal of a Kirkland emergency pet hospital is to provide the best wellness care for your furry animal in their time of need.
Finn Hill Animal Hospital understands that medical emergencies for a beloved pet can, and often do, happen outside of normal business hours. This is why we work to make sure our clients have access to 24/7 emergency care.
During our regular business hours, our medical staff is available to help you with any emergency your pet experiences. This includes our internal medicine expertise, diagnostic technology, and surgical suite. If possible, please call in advance so we can prepare for your arrival.
We accept same-day appointments and walk-ins for pet emergencies.
Common Conditions We Treat
We treat a wide variety of pet problems and conditions, including, but not limited to:
- Infections & Disease (ears, intestinal, UTI, worms, flea and tick, etc.)
- Fractures and Wounds (bites, abrasions and lesions)
- Trauma & Injury
- Skin Problems (hot spots, lick granulomas, infections)
- General Pain Problems (sprains, strains, and stiffness)
If you have a pet emergency in Kirkland, Bothell, Redmond or any other surrounding community, give us a call now at 425-814-2220.
For emergencies that occur outside of our regular hospital hours, we recommend our clients call and one of our veterinarians will meet you at the hospital as quickly as possible. If this is not possible, we refer our clients to the following emergency facility:
Seattle Veterinary Specialists
11814 115th Ave NE, Bldg. J
Kirkland, WA 98034
When Should I Seek Emergency Care for My Pet?
The easiest answer to when you should seek emergency care for your pet is when you feel his or her medical condition is serious and cannot wait. The following situations, however, should always be viewed as serious indicators to seek emergency care:
- Difficulty breathing
- Acute abdominal swelling
- Electric shock
- Excessive vomiting or diarrhea
- Symptoms of heat stroke
- Sudden onset of weakness
- High or low temperature (more than 104 or less than 100 degrees)
- Inability to urinate or defecate