Emergency contact information at Portland animal hospital

Emergency Veterinarian

During our regular office hours the Pet Samaritan Clinic is prepared to handle any emergency on a priority basis. Please call us immediately if you feel that your pet is experiencing an emergency.

It can be difficult to know when a symptom is indicative of an emergency. Something subtle like lethargy or weakness, or loss of appetite could be an emergent situation. A male cat that is not urinating is always an emergency. Generally, it is best to have a pet seen early when a symptom is present as the causative disease process may have been present for a while; remember that a dog or cat will not come to you with a complaint like a person would. No one knows your pet better than you; if you feel it is an emergency, we will see your pet immediately, in less serious situations, we will arrange to see your pet the same day whenever possible.

Outside of regular business hours please call any of the 3 local emergency vet locations open for 24 hours:

VCA Southeast Portland Animal Hospital – (503) 255-8139
13830 SE Stark Street
 Portland OR 97233

Dove Lewis Emergency Clinic - (503) 228-7281
1945 NW Pettygrove St
Portland OR 97209

Emergency Clinic of Tualatin – (503) 691-7922 – For all pets including exotics
8250 SW Tonka St
Tualatin OR 97062

Pet Samaritan Clinic

(971) 361-9132

2519 E. Burnside Street Portland, OR 97214 US

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