We would love it if nobody needed to utilize this particular service, but we understand reality. We provide emergency care for the local community and anyone in the greater Buffalo area. If you notice something wrong with your pet and your regular veterinarian isn’t available, call us and we can provide some direction. If there’s something you can do to help right in your own home, we’ll suggest it. If it sounds like your pet would benefit from having our team check things out, we’ll certainly encourage that course of action. We get it that nobody wants to go to the emergency vet but we are here for you if needed.
We have three isolation rooms (intensive care unit, respiratory isolation unit, gastrointestinal isolation unit) along with our main treatment room available for our critically ill patients. We are equipped to handle 24 hour monitoring for patients while in hospital. Our state of the art equipment and veterinary technicians and support team members are available to care for patients at all times.
We are open 365 days a year (yes, holidays too!)
–> Monday-Friday: doctors available 7am-midnight
–> Saturday: doctors available 8am-midnight
–> Sunday: doctors available 8am-midnight
We always have a veterinary technician and support staff on premise 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for patient monitoring and phone support.
Visiting Hours for In Hospital Patients
We love the look on all our patients faces when they get to see their families, so visiting is encouraged for all our hospitalized patients. We just ask that everyone call ahead prior to stopping in.
Visiting hours: Monday-Friday: 8am-7pm, Saturday-Sunday: 8am-6pm
Patient Transfer Information Form- For Veterinary Clinics
Patient Transfer Information Form
What Constitutes a Pet Emergency?
|Difficulty Breathing||Constant Cough||Collapse|
|Seizures||Pale gums||Abnormal behavior|
|Toxin ingestion||Allergic reaction||Hit by car|
|Bite wounds||Bloody diarrhea||Bloated abdomen|
|Heat stroke||Sudden blindness||Electrocution|
|Extreme pain||Falling from height/high rise||Inability to use hind limbs|
|Extreme bleeding||Broken bones/open wounds||Intractable retching/vomiting|
|Straining or bloody urine||Difficulty giving birth||Weak, lethargic puppy/kitten|
|Squinting, tearing or red eyes||Complication of chronic disease||CALL 646.4023 FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES!|
Want to be Prepared for a Pet Emergency? This is the Needed Information:
- Owner Name
- Owner Address (with City and Zip Code)
- Owner Phone Number or Cell Phone Number
Information About Your Pet:
- Information About Pet (includes: name, birthdate or age, species, breed, sex: intact, spayed or neutered)
- Records of pertinent medical and surgical history (this includes any recent diagnostics: bloodwork, x-rays, ultrasound, urinalysis, therapeutic level testing)
- Vaccination history
- Heartworm status (dogs) and FeLV/FIV status (cats)
- Current medications or supplements (doses and dosing frequency)
Information About Your Vet:
- Veterinarian contact information
- Emergency clinic contact information and locations
Meet “Nugget”!, the Village Veterinary Clinic of Hamburg’s first official emergency patient!… And yes, he walked out with that smile on his face!