Emergency Pet Care in Greenville: Cat Sitting On Couch

Your Resource for Emergency Pet Care

When your pet needs urgent care, you need to know there’s someone you can turn to. At Greenville Animal Hospital, we offer emergency pet care during our hospital hours. We will work to see your pet as soon as possible between our appointments so that they get the care they need in a timely manner. Please call us at (616) 754-9633 so we can prepare for your arrival.

After-Hours Emergency Care

For emergency situations that occur after our normal hospital hours, we refer clients to our trusted emergency referral hospitals. Please contact one of them below for your emergency needs after-hours.

West Michigan Animal Emergency Hospital

Phone: (616) 361-9911

3260 Plainfield Ave.
Grand Rapids, MI 49525

Open 24/7

Blue Pearl Specialty & Emergency Pet Hospital – Grand Rapids

Phone: (616) 284-5300

1425 Michigan Street NE
Suite F
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Open 24/7

Cedar Animal Hospital

Phone: (616) 696-1212

3705 Gentle Way
Cedar Springs, MI 49319

Emergency Hours:
2:00pm-12am Friday-Sunday

How Do I Know My Pet Needs Urgent Care?

Pet emergencies come in various forms. The most important thing to remember is that you know your pet best—if they are acting strangely, you need to contact your veterinarian right away. Signs your pet needs emergency pet care include:

  • Choking/difficulty breathing
  • Traumatic injuries such as lacerations or suspected broken bones
  • Signs of extreme pain such as whining, vocalizing, or hiding
  • Excessive vomiting or diarrhea
  • Blood in vomit, urine, or stool
  • Eye injuries
  • Ingestion of a toxin
  • Difficulty urinating (particular to male cats)
  • Seizures
  • Collapse
  • Disorientation

If you are ever unsure about your pet’s condition, contact us at (616) 754-9633 and we can assess their condition over the phone and guide you on what to do next.

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