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24/7 Everett Emergency Veterinary Care

If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please call us immediately at (425) 252-1106 so we can direct you to the best available care.

Comprehensive & Compassionate Emergency Care

When emergency strikes, Diamond Veterinary Hospital is ready to help. Our veterinary team is onsite 24/7 to help when your pet is experiencing a medical emergency. We know that these cases can be both scary and overwhelming, not just for you, but also for your pet. At Diamond Veterinary Hospital, we strive to provide a comfortable and safe space for you and your pet when you’re at your most vulnerable. As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited practice, Diamond Veterinary Hospital offers a full range of emergency health services to help your pets get back on all fours quickly.

Emergency Care for Your Pets

When your pet is hurt or sick, they can’t tell us exactly what’s wrong, but you know your pet best. If you’re worried, give us a call. Our veterinarians in Everett are here for you and your pet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.The list below is by no means exhaustive. If your pet is bleeding, seizing, or having a difficult labor, your veterinarian in Everett is here for you and your pet. You know your pet best, don’t delay their health care! Diamond Veterinary Hospital is here to help get your pet back on track to good health.

Patients will be seen by a veterinarian in order of medical priority, then in order of arrival.

Level 1: Patients must be treated within seconds to minutes.

This includes:

  • Collapse, active seizures, non-responsiveness

  • Poisoning and severe allergic reactions

  • Respiratory distress / labored breathing

  • Excessive blood loss

Level 2: Patients must be treated within minutes to hours.

This includes:

  • Uncontrolled vomiting and diarrhea

  • Inability to pass urine

  • Major trauma

Level 3: Patients must be treated within hours.

This includes:

  • Lacerations

  • Fever

  • Vomiting and diarrhea

  • Anorexia / not eating

  • Eye abnormalities

Level 4: Patients are stable but require evaluation.

This includes:

  • Skin problems

  • Limping/Lameness

  • Other symptoms that are not potentially life-threatening

Thank you for your understanding and for allowing us to treat patients with the most urgent needs first!

If your pet is experiencing any of the following conditions, don’t hesitate to bring them in to see us right away:

Bite wounds

From roughhousing gone wrong to encounters with a wild animal, bite wounds can often be more serious than they initially appear. There may be damage under the surface or the beginnings of infection if not treated quickly.

Difficulty or labored breathing

Signs of difficulty breathing include wheezing, breathing quickly, or breathing too hard. This can indicate an injury or an infection. Respiratory issues should be taken seriously!

Trauma or impact injuries

If your pet has had a fall or has been hit by a car, it is important that we see them right away. Some injuries from impacts are not visible to the naked eye.

Toxin exposure

Pets are experts at getting into things they shouldn’t. Whether they’ve ingested some of your chocolate stash or accidentally ingested pest control measures, don’t wait to bring them to Diamond Veterinary Hospital.

Uncontrollable vomiting

If your pet is vomiting repeatedly, it may be a sign that they’ve ingested something they shouldn’t have or are in the throes of an internal illness. This can lead to dehydration and other complications if not treated promptly.

Emergency Services

Diamond Veterinary Hospital is open 24-hours a day for your pet’s emergencies. We know that these issues can be both scary and stressful. Our veterinary team is here for you and your pet! We’ll treat your pet with the utmost care and compassion as we work to stabilize, treat, and get them back to normal.

Emergency services at Diamond Veterinary Hospital include: