Emergency Services | Care First Animal Hospital

Emergency Services for Triangle Pets

Medical emergencies can be scary for you and your pet. At Care First Animal Hospital, it is our priority to offer quality medical services, no matter what day or time it is. That’s why we offer pet emergency services in Raleigh, NC and surrounding areas at all times.

We have a doctor on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year. Our veterinary team is highly trained, and we can answer your urgent questions or be waiting for you at one of our veterinary locations throughout the Triangle.

We offer the following emergency medical services for pets in Raleigh and beyond:

What do I do if my pet needs immediate medical attention?

  1. Call your nearest Care First Animal Hospital location at Oberlin (919) 832-3107,  Glenwood (919) 783-7387 or Tryon (919) 851-7475.
  2. The veterinarian on call will have his or her phone number listed in the phone message. Please call him or her directly. If the doctor does not pick up, please leave a message with your name, your pet’s name, your phone number and the nature of the emergency situation.
  3. If you do not receive a call back within 15 minutes, please try contacting the on-call doctor again.

Care First: Taking Care of Pet Emergencies in Raleigh & Beyond

If there’s a medical emergency with your pet, you can trust the team at Care First Animal Hospital. True to our name, we care about your pet and do everything we can to ensure that they are provided excellent medical care. Don’t hesitate to contact us during your next pet emergency.

Care First Animal Hospital provides pet emergency services in Raleigh, NC and across the Triangle from our locations at OberlinGlenwood, and Tryon.

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