Emergency Veterinarian Care & First Aid

   

They can be stressful and traumatic for you and your pet. We’ve drawn up some guidelines to help to make it’s as stress-free as possible:
Find the nearest emergency Veterinary clinic near you. Make sure they cover 24/7.
Look up their location and know where to go.
Add their telephone number to your cell phone.
In some cases every minute counts, call the clinic and let them know that you are on your way.

Give them as much information as possible, if you know what happened and describe the dog’s symptoms. This way the staff at the clinic can prepare for your arrival.

 

24-Hour Emergency Veterinary Hospitals in the Metro Denver Area

Aurora
Seven Hills Veterinary Hospital  
Phone: 303-699-1600
18325 E. Girard Avenue
Aurora, CO 80013

Castle Rock
VCA Douglas County Animal Hospital
Phone: 303-688-2480
531 Jerry St, Castle Rock, CO 80104

Denver
VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital
Phone: 303-366-2639
9770 East Alameda Avenue
Denver, CO 80247

Englewood
VRCC Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital
3550 S. Jason St., Englewood, CO 80110
(303) 874-7387

Highlands Ranch
Animal Hospital Specialty Center
Phone: 303-740-9595
5640 County Line Place, Suite 1
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

Lakewood
Animal Critical Care and Emergency Services
Phone: 303-239-1200
1597 Wadsworth Blvd.
Lakewood, CO 80214

Littleton
Columbine Animal Hospital and 24-hour Emergency Clinic
Phone: 303-979-4040
5546 W. Canyon Trail
Littleton, CO 80128

Colorado Veterinary Specialists and Animal ER
Phone: 303-794-1181
221 W. County Line Rd.
Littleton, CO 80129

Parker
Animal Emergency & Specialty Center
Phone: 720-842-5050
17701 Cottonwood Dr., Parker, CO 80134

Thornton
Community Pet Hospital
Phone: 303-451-1333
12311 Washington Street
Thornton, CO

Wheat Ridge
Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital
Phone: 303-424-3325
3695 Kipling Street
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

 

First Aid for Animals

 

We discuss the simple pet first aid techniques every owner should know, as well as pet safety and what to do in emergency situations. Dr. Steve Weinberg explains what to do if your dog is choking.