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Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital

Newport Beach Animal Hospital

Mon to Fri: 6 pm to 8 am
Sat and Sun: 24 hours

Welcome to Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital - Veterinarian Newport Beach

The veterinarians at the Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital are highly trained and have extensive experience treating a wide range of animal emergencies. We have a doctor on the premises at all times during the hours of operation.

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Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital is the premier emergency veterinary center serving pet owners and primary-care veterinarians in Newport Beach, Irvine, Corona del Mar, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Laguna, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Garden Grove, Tustin and Orange.

We welcome all pet owners to our Newport Beach Animal Hospital website. Our veterinarians are committed to helping you through your pet’s veterinary emergencies and provide you with the highest level of care.

If you are experiencing an animal emergency, please get in touch with your preferred veterinarian or check this link here to get directions to our Emergency Hospital.

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The veterinarians at the Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital are highly trained and have extensive experience treating a wide range of animal emergencies. We have a doctor on the premises at all times during the hours of operation. Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital is the premier emergency veterinary center serving pet owners and primary-care veterinarians in Newport Beach, Irvine, Corona del Mar, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Laguna, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Garden Grove, Tustin and Orange.
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The veterinarians at the Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital are highly trained and have extensive experience treating a wide range of animal emergencies. We have a doctor on the premises at all times during the hours of operation. Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital is the premier emergency veterinary center serving pet owners and primary-care veterinarians in Newport Beach, Irvine, Corona del Mar, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Laguna, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Garden Grove, Tustin and Orange.
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Emergency Veterinarian Services

When a veterinary emergency strikes, you need qualified help, FAST! We are a Newport Beach Animal Hospital dedicated to helping your pets during their emergencies. Some common emergencies include traumatic injuries, lacerations, open wounds, and poisoning.

You should keep browsing our website for more information on what to do during an emergency. If you suspect your pet’s life is at risk, you should immediately seek professional help. Still, we have prepared a lot of information to help pet owners prepare before their pets have an accident.

Keep a first aid kit handy at all times and learn to identify the symptoms of a veterinary emergency. Communication is always difficult with a pet, but paying close attention to their behavioral changes can tell you a lot about their health.

Make sure to swing by our Blogs to learn more about what you should do during these emergencies.

If your dog is in need of emergency care, make sure to give us a call at 949-261-7979 to let us know you are coming and give us some time to prepare and provide your pet with the care you need.

Testimonials

Reviews by our satisfied customers

This place is the most genuine place that I have ever received animal services from. I would highly recommend it for anyone dealing with any type of pet issues
Adam S.
Newport Beach, CA
I can't thank Central OC ER enough for taking excellent care of my fur baby! She had a large dense mass that had me very concerned. They were so kind and compassionate.
Christina K.
Irvine, CA
They took good care of my cat, Audio, and it was affordable. They even faxed her records over to my regular vet. Good people, glad they were around.
James T.
Laguna Beach, CA

Here at Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital, we are incredibly proud of our human resources. Our veterinarians work tirelessly to help our patients when they need us the most.

Caring for a frightened dog during the late-night hours is no easy task, but our staff and specialists share in their dedication to help and their love for your pet.

The COCEAH family is thrilled to get the chance at helping all our neighbors looking for a Newport Beach Animal Hospital, but even if you are coming from a neighboring city because there were no late-night veterinarians available or because you’ve had a good previous experience with us, you can count on our highly-qualified veterinarians to provide your pet with the best care possible.

You can access our side website menu to find more information about each of the veterinarians working here with us. Learn more about the crew dedicated to helping your lovely pet and become a part of our family too.

FAQ

The role of a Newport Beach Veterinarian is to safeguard the physical condition and wellbeing of animals and to help owners and all humans understand/care for them. Veterinarians are medical professionals who will diagnose and control animal diseases, treat sick/injured animals.

A Newport Beach Veterinarian will examine animals to diagnose their health problems. They will also perform surgeries, take x-rays when necessary, treat injuries/wounds, vaccinate, and will provide owners with a diagnosis, treatment to follow and prescribe medication for their pets.

If your pet went through trauma or an incident that you might consider serious or alarming. Do not hesitate and take your pet to a Newport Beach emergency vet. Check if you see any of the following signs: unconsciousness, disoriented, pale color, unable to stand, difficulty or stop breathing, open wounds, possible broken bones or injury, seizures, bleeding (From anywhere), possible poisoning or ingested anything toxic, vomiting, inability to pass urine or diarrhea for over an hour, not eating, bloating, extreme pain, whining or shaking, swollen abdomen, if in labored breathing or unable to deliver, or just follow your gut and call us immediately if you think something is wrong with your pet.

You can always call us if you need a Newport Beach emergency vet. Our Clinic offers 24/7 emergency services. We know that accidents and emergencies can be unpredictable, and we provide emergency care during non-business hours, 6 PM – 8 AM, Monday through Friday.

A Newport Beach animal doctor is called a veterinarian, a veterinary surgeon, veterinary physician or just a Vet. All our vets are professionals who practice veterinary medicine by curing/treating animal injuries, diseases and/or disorders.

In brief, a Newport Beach animal doctor, also known as a Veterinary or a Vet is a medical professional who will diagnose, treat, and care for animals. They will explain to pet owners the condition their pets are and will provide the care and prescribe the medication the pet needs.

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