Find vets in your area online (search: veterinary offices open after 6 p.m., plus your city).
Animal emergency services are provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with eight fully-equipped units. Services include emergency care, such as oxygen, suction, and more.
The following organizations provide emergency animal control services for the cities indicated. Services include rescuing stray, trapped, injured, abandoned, deceased or wild animals; and investigating animal cruelty, animal bites and noise complaints.
List of places to call for deceased animal pickup/removal.
List of hotlines to report dog or cock-fighting.
When possible, notify staff of your situation prior to arrival. For information on non-emergency and specialty care, see Veterinary Services.
Most shelters accept pets brought in by owners who can no longer care for their pet, provided the owner lives within the region served by the shelter; fees may apply.
Find tips on what to do if you find a lost pet or if you lose your pet.
A list of organizations that offer pet/animal first-aid and CPR training.
A list of 24-hour hot lines for any animal poison-related emergency.
In a disaster, they provide temporary animal sheltering and support rescue efforts.
A few “need-to-go-to-the-emergency-room-now” signs.
A list of organizations that help injured wildlife.