Emergency Vet Care in Daleville, AL

Daleville Animal Hospital is able to provide urgent care for your pet during our regular office hours if your pet is having an emergency. We typically complete our regular appointments by 5PM so we can accommodate emergencies as best we can in the evening. For after-hours emergencies, we refer our patients and clients to the overnight emergency vet hospitals listed below.

If you have any concerns or questions about your pet, call (334) 598-1117!

After-Hours Emergency Vets

If you feel like your pet needs to be seen due to an emergency that cannot wait until our clinic is open, please contact:

(Wilford & Kate Bailey Small Animal Teaching Hospital)

1020 Wire Rd
Auburn, AL 36832
(334) 844-4690

Carriage Hills Animal Hospital in Montgomery
3200 Eastern Blvd.
Montgomery, AL, 36116
(334) 277-2867

Animal Care Center of Panama City Beach
Open 24/7*

8501 Front Beach Rd
Panama City Beach, FL32407
(850) 235-2877

*Restriction: Clients need to call first and set up urgent care appointment. They will not accept walk-ins.

Emergency Vet Clinic of Okaloosa Walton County - Destin Location
Open nights after 6pm and 24/7 on the weekends
247 Main Street
Destin, FL 32541
(850) 424-4777

Emergency Vet Clinic of Okaloosa Walton County - Niceville Location
Open nights after 6pm and 24/7 on the weekends
212 Government Ave
Niceville, FL 32578
(850) 729-3335

We urge you to call these facilities prior to jumping into the car and driving your pet to them. They may be able to do a tele-consult in some cases.

Remember: If your pet is acting normal and has had only one episode of vomiting or diarrhea, you can probably wait until the morning to seek veterinary care. However, if your pet doesn't seem “right” or the symptoms continue, call the emergency veterinary clinic immediately.

Signs of a Pet Emergency

13 pet emergencies that require immediate veterinary consultation and/or care:

  • Severe bleeding or bleeding that doesn't stop within five minutes
  • Choking, difficulty breathing or nonstop coughing and gagging
  • Bleeding from nose, mouth, rectum, coughing up blood, or blood in urine
  • Inability to urinate or pass feces (stool), or obvious pain associated with urinating or passing stool
  • Injuries to your pet's eye(s)
  • You suspect or know your pet has eaten something poisonous (such as antifreeze, xylitol, chocolate, rodent poison, etc.)
  • Seizures and/or staggering
  • Fractured bones, severe lameness or inability to move leg(s)
  • Obvious signs of pain or extreme anxiety
  • Heat stress or heatstroke
  • Severe vomiting or diarrhea – more than two episodes in a 24-hour period, or either of these combined with obvious illness or any of the other problems listed here
  • Refusal to drink for 24 hours or more
  • Unconsciousness

For more information about pet emergencies and what to look for, call us at (334) 598-1117.