Veterinary Emergency Services, a Verona animal hospital, provides high quality emergency animal services for critically ill or injured animals.

Veterinary Emergency Services

Veterinary Emergency Services, a Verona animal hospital, was founded in 1998 by a group of area veterinarians. Our goal was to establish a local animal hospital to provide high quality emergency pet care for critically ill or injured animals when the regular veterinarian’s office is closed. The veterinarian attending to your pet will provide you with a detailed treatment plan and review it with you. Please understand that emergency medical conditions often require intensive diagnostic tests and treatment. This may result in higher costs than your average veterinary visit. We require payment in full at time of service. If you would like to apply for CareCredit, please visit the CareCredit website or call (800) 677-0718.

Hospitalization

When your pet requires fast and prompt care, come to Veterinary Emergency Services, in Verona, Virginia. We specialize in pet hospitalization and treatment for all types of pets.

Location & Contact

We are open all major holidays, including New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.

Emergency Care

At Veterinary Emergency Services, in Verona, Virginia, we provide you beloved pet with quality pet health care. Whatever the ailment, we are ready and prepared to treat your pet, ensuring he receives the best care possible.

Resources

Please see our list of available resources and additional veterinarians in the local area.

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