Emergency Veterinarian Care

If you have an emergency during regular business hours, please call us at (919) 942-6330 so that we may prepare for your pet’s arrival. If your pet has an emergency when we are closed, please see below the list of emergency hospitals and urgent care facilities in our area.

Emergency Care 24/7

For an immediate response to a life-threatening
condition after business hours, please call one
of these After-Hours Emergency Clinics:

Address Phone

Blue Pearl Specialty & Emergency Hospital

6405-100 Tryon Road
Cary, NC 27518
 (919) 233-4911

4640 Paragon Park Road
Raleigh, NC 27616
 (919) 861-0109

7015 NC-751
Durham, NC 27707
(919) 600-6600

NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine

Small Animal Emergency Service

4700 Hillsborough St,
Raleigh, NC, 27606
(919) 513-6911

Veterinary Emergency Care at Quartet

6910 Carpenter Fire Station Road,
Cary, NC 27519
(919) 462-8989

Triangle Veterinary Referral Hospital

2120 Werrington Dr, Ste 201
Holly Springs, NC 27540
(919) 973-5620
608 Morreene Rd
Durham, NC 27707
(919) 489-0615

Animal Emergency Hospital & Urgent Care

409 Vick Ave.
Raleigh, NC
(919) 781-5145

Quail Corners Animal Hospital

1613 East Millbrook Rd.
Raleigh, NC
(919) 876-0739

Wake Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care

1007 Tandal Place
Knightdale, NC
(919) 266-9852

Points East Emergency & Veterinary Specialty Hospital

4935 Raleigh Rd. Pkwy W
Wilson, NC
(252) 991-6560

Points East Emergency & Veterinary Specialty Hospital

1731 Convoy Lane
Fayetteville, NC
(910) 864-2844

Urgent Care: 

For urgent but non-life-threatening conditions
after business hours, you can contact one of
several local hospitals who are open late and on weekends.

Maynard Affordable Pet Urgent Care

1237 NW Maynard Rd.
Cary, NC
(919) 646-4100

Animal Emergency Hospital & Urgent Care

409 Vick Ave.
Raleigh, NC
(919) 781-5145

Urgent Vet Chapel Hill

1728 Fordham Blvd. #161
Chapel Hill, NC
(984) 261-2323

UrgentVet Cary

8204 Tryon Woods Dr.
Cary, NC
(984) 351-5151

**Please note that the emergency veterinary field throughout our country and in our area, as well, is struggling with staffing right now due to a shortage of ER doctors and support staff. Unfortunately, this means expecting long wait times and potentially at-capacity hospitals who may direct you elsewhere. Therefore, we recommend calling ahead to ensure your pet can be seen. We are working with other local veterinary hospitals for solutions to this urgent need and will continue to update our resources here.