Emerald City Emergency Clinic
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- The Emerald City Emergency Clinic has 24/7 medical service for your dog, cat, or bird and most domestic exotic pets. We are a locally owned and AAHA-accredited emergency veterinary clinic located in Seattle, WA. Our animal hospital is available when your regular vet is unable to provide emergency and urgent care.
Our emergency veterinarian services include:
- Diagnostic testing
- Critical care
- Blood and plasma transfusion
- Radiology and ultrasonography
- Intensive care unit
- Humane euthanasia Our professional staff and veterinarians are ready to take care of your pet at any time, day or night. We know that issues don't always arise during business hours - that's why our emergency animal clinic is always open and able to care for your pet. Your pet's health is of the utmost importance, and we pledge to do everything within our power to ensure a long, happy, and healthy life for your best friend. We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. We also offer financing. Call Emerald City Emergency Clinic when your pet needs urgent care. We are here for you!
08/03/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Nicholas is my Dashound, my buddy and my pet. Actually, I've been his human, ever since we met. My kids are grown and gone, and my wife now lives with god. So, it's a very real blessing for me to have this dog. I found him in the dog pound, where he was left to stay. How could anyone resist from taking him away. They brought him from a storeroom, which was underneath. He had a small stuffed bear, held tightly in his teeth. The toy was from his prior home, and it was all he had. He was scared and lonesome, and his eyes were very sad. I brought him home and loved him, and joined his life with mine. A pair of ""bonded buddies"" who get along just fine.
09/09/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Last night my husband and I brought in our 17-yr-old white cat in distress. He was put down after exam. \n\nI want to thank you and the staff for being so kind and gentle in handling the situation. We buried him under a tree this afternoon. \n\nThank you for being there when we needed you.
09/17/2010Provided by Citysearch -
The staff very lovingly took care of my beloved dog during her final hours. In the process, they also took care of me. \n\nI thank them for their compassion toward me and my puppy. Their understanding helped me through one of the worst evenings I've ever experienced. \n\nShould you ever need urgent care for your pet, I highly recommend this clinic.
09/20/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My Newfoundland decided to help clean up the antifreeze that leaked from my Husbands car last week. At first, I didn't know what the problem was until that night when a new puddle appeared from under the car. I rushed our boy to the clinic and they examined him and gave me a quote for treatment. By this time, He was having awfully bad convulsions.\nI wait tables and Gregg is in between jobs, so, I was up front and told them I didn't have any money. I was getting prepared for the only solution left, but the Doctor asks, ""well, what do we have to work with""? Turns out that they accepted half down and then we worked out a payment schedule. I've had dogs all my life and been to the Vet more times than I can count and this is the first one that seemed to care about how a large bill would impact our family. I'm going back there for all my animal care from now on. Thanks Guys (and Gals), that big furry Bozo is back to his obnoxious self. Barb