Mobile Veterinary Service
With very few exceptions, medical and surgical emergencies CANNOT be treated at the home!
Even though I am mobile, I am not an emergency ambulatory service. Thus, I am unable to accommodate all immediate emergencies. I try to see all patients on an appointment basis and will see non-life threatening emergencies as present time, schedule and location allow.
If your pet has any of the following problems, don't reach for the phone.
Take your pet directly to an animal hospital for assistance:
Major trauma (hit by car, broken leg, attacked by animal, etc.)
Difficult, rapid or labored breathing
Disorientation, weakness or seizures
Loss of consciousness, stupor
Severe vomiting or diarrhea
Venomous snake, spider or insect bite
Mobile Veterinary Service Suggested Emergency Facilities
If I'm not available, please call one of these hospitals directly to discuss your concerns.
VCA Animal Referral and Emergency Center of Arizona
1648 N Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201
Mobile Veterinary Service - Map of Suggested Emergency Animal Facilities
Here is a map of 24-hour and after-hours emergency veterinary hospitals in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. Click on the map for additional information, including hospital names, addresses, phone numbers and directions: