Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you have a question anytime day or night, CALL 845-565-PETS (7387).
Meet Our Overnight Emergency Care and Technical Staff
In a pet emergency, knowing whom to call and where to go can help save lives!
Flannery Animal Hospital’s veterinarians and technicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our specially trained teams are prepared to take any action necessary in order to handle even the most serious emergencies.
The emergencies that we see most often include bleeding, breathing problems, burns, diarrhea, fractured bones, heart failure, heatstroke, inability to pass urine, near drowning, pets hit by cars, poisoning, seizures, shock and vomiting. Our services provide prompt relief from other mishaps or ailments that may not be life-threatening but are painful or cause concern.
Urgent care patients often need extensive nursing care or continuous monitoring and stabilization prior to or after surgery. Such care may involve supplementary nutrition, diagnostic testing, blood transfusions and management of metabolic disturbances. With staff on site 24 hours a day 7 days a week, we are able to provide constant care for those pets that need it the most.
Many primary care veterinarians refer clients to Flannery Animal Hospital for emergency and urgent care when their office is closed. We believe that collaboration is essential to the care and successful treatment of every patient. Flannery Animal Hospital respects the relationship between referring veterinarians and their clients. After treatment has been completed, we direct these patients back to their respective primary care veterinarians for follow-up and ongoing care. When a patient is referred to us, we communicate with the referring veterinarian, from admission to discharge.
For more information about our Emergency Services click here.
Not sure if it is a true emergency? Don’t worry, just call 845-565-PETS. A member of our staff will be available to listen to your concerns and help you get some needed peace of mind. For help determining if you are a concerned parent or a worry wart click here to review a list of bring them in now problems.