Animal Emergency Hospital of St. Johns County is a full service veterinary hospital providing emergency critical care services as well as low cost wellness services for the Northeast Florida area. Our hospital is open 7 days a week.
If your pet is injured or ill, we are available and fully equipped to give your pet the immediate attention it needs. No appointment is required, but we do ask that you please call ahead if possible so that we may anticipate your arrival.
We provide low cost wellness services and products for dogs, cats and horses. These services are available 7 days a week. Our FREE VACCINES FOR LIFE program is very popular. Call the hospital for details.
When your pet is facing health problems, and you feel a second opinion on their condition would be warranted, we are also available for consult. While critical care is our specialty and primary focus, we are more than happy to give second opinions, as well as accept non-emergency patients. Pets are seen on a triage basis; the most injured or ill animals will be attended to first.
We also provide continuous care for those pets requiring observation following procedures performed by their regular veterinarian. We work closely with other veterinarians and promptly make available all records, test results, and x-rays for their reference if needed. In addition, we perform imaging services, such as ultrasound and digital radiography, which may not be available at your local veterinarian. Your pet will never be left alone during its entire stay in our hospital. We provide care for dogs, cats, ferrets, and pocket pets as well as haul in services for our horse patients.
The health of your pet is very important to us. If you are concerned about your pet or just have a question, we encourage you to call. Because of the seriousness and the sensitive nature of emergency and critical care veterinary medicine, the Animal Emergency Hospital does not give medical diagnoses or advice over the phone or through e-mail.
We believe that in order to give you and your pet the best care, we must see your animal before we can accurately give a diagnosis or advice.