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.Providing Emergency CareWhen Verona, Virginia emergency vet Veterinary Emergency Services is busy, patients are seen in order of medical priority as determined by the veterinarian or technician. Pets with the most life-threatening conditions are treated first, which may mean t..

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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.

Providing Emergency Care

When Verona, Virginia emergency vet Veterinary Emergency Services is busy, patients are seen in order of medical priority as determined by the veterinarian or technician. Pets with the most life-threatening conditions are treated first, which may mean that some clients will have to wait. This is the only way that critically ill or injured pets can get the immediate attention they need.

Note: When you call our hospital regarding your pet, weВ are unable toВ provide you with specific medical advice, drug dosage information, or an estimate of our services over the phone. This information is only provided once a veterinarian has evaluated your pet.

Care Services Include

Veterinary Emergency Services provides patients with comprehensive care to ensure their needs are met. We offer:

  • Radiography
  • Ultrasounds
  • Referrals to Specialty Hospitals
  • Oxygen Therapy
  • Fluid Therapy

Equipment We Use

We boast a modern, well-equipped hospital that uses state-of-the-art equipment to perform all of our procedures. Equipment includes:

  • ECG, BP, & SpO2 Surgical Monitors
  • Isoflurane Anesthesia
  • Tonometry
  • State-of-the-Art Blood Chemistry Machines
  • Incubators That Provide O2 & Heat
  • Lift Table for Large Dogs


Contact us in the event of an emergency if your pet requires immediate care.

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