24/7 EMERGENCY CARE NEWPORT BEACH, CA

Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital

When disaster strikes, you need to have someone you can depend on and that someone is us. Accidents and emergencies can be unpredictable, but when they happen, they need to be attended to immediately. At Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital, we provide emergency care during non-business hours, 6 PM – 8 AM, Monday through Friday. 

Our emergency care facility is designed to help patients who need immediate treatment but do not have access to their regular veterinarians. 

Since most veterinary clinics have limited hours (or none at all) on the weekends, our doors are open at all hours starting Friday at 6 PM until Monday 8 AM. Our animal hospital also operates 24/7 on holidays including: 

  • New Year’s Day
  • Easter
  • Memorial Day
  • 4th of July
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Day

We understand that emergencies can happen at any hour; that’s why we’re here to accommodate our patients when no other clinics are available. Walk-ins are always welcome, but we also encourage pet owners to give us a call on their way over. Patients are treated depending on the urgency of their situation, not on a “first come, first serve” basis. 

Located conveniently in Newport Beach

If you live in Newport Beach or any surrounding areas, you’ll be relieved to know that we are always prepared to help you and your furry friends in a moment of urgency! Our office is located right off the Corona Del Mar Freeway. You can find us on Campus Drive between Bristol and Quail Street. We’re right by the John Wayne Airport and Newport Beach Golf Course.

As members of the Newport Beach community, we try to work closely with families and local veterinarians in the area to make our city a pet-friendly place. Our dogs and cats deserve the same level of care and research in medicine that we have. 

Our 24/7 veterinary services

Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital offers the same services that a regular veterinarian would and more! We have an experienced and talented staff of seven emergency vets on rotation 24/7 who oversee the veterinary staff to ensure our patients are receiving the treatment they need. Our highly skilled team is trained in how to calmly provide emergency care and surgery in critical situations. 

Common Emergencies We Treat 

  • Wounds & lacerations
  • Foreign body ingestion
  • Seizures
  • Dehydration & heat stroke
  • Trauma
  • Collapse
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Toxic ingestion or poisoning
  • Struggling to give birth
  • Eclampsia
  • Bites/stings/allergic reactions
  • Gastric Dilatation Volvulus (GDV)
  • Choking, coughing, difficulty breathing
  • Difficulty urinating

What you should do in an emergency

Pet emergencies are stressful and confusing. Animals can’t quite communicate exactly what’s wrong or how they feel, so it’s up to owners to interpret certain behaviors and essentially guess what’s wrong. To make your job as a pet owner a little easier, here are some general actions you can take to guarantee your pet’s safety until you can see a veterinarian. 

First, approach your pet slowly and calmly. Animals can become aggressive or agitated when they feel pain. Once you are sure your pet won’t hurt you, pick up your animal carefully, making sure to support the neck. 

Next, you’ll have to assess the issue to see what’s going on. Every case is different!

  • If your pet has a seizure, let the episode end completely before taking your pet to the vet.
  • If your pet is bleeding, apply pressure to the wound to prevent blood loss. 
  • If your pet is choking, examine their mouth to see if you can remove it by pulling the tongue forward or administering the Heimlich maneuver. 
  • If your pet has a heat stroke, move it to a cool, shaded area and give it water. 

Don’t wait to get your pet to an emergency vet! The longer your animal goes without treatment, the worse the problem can get. Our 24/7 emergency care facility will treat your animal immediately and board it overnight if it needs time to recover. 

FAQ

Finding a 24-hour emergency vet in Newport Beach can be relatively easy! We recommend either searching through Google or getting recommendations from people you know. If you are going to Google search, make sure that the vet is board-certified. If they are, check previous customer reviews.

A 24-hour emergency vet in Newport Beach can be costly. However, the cost solely depends on the emergency that your pet is experiencing. There is going to be an initial office visit fee, which you can call and get a price for.

There are ways that you can prepare if you have to visit our 24-hour emergency vet in Newport Beach. Firstly, do not panic and remain calm. You do not want to overexcite your pet. Also, if you need to bring your pet in, make sure that they are securely placed in your car, so they do not get injured on the drive over.

Not all vets are open 24-hours, but our Central Orange Country Emergency Animal Hospital 24-hour vet in Newport Beach is open! If you are experiencing an emergency, please give us a call before you head over, we want to be able to assess the situation with you over the phone so that we can prepare for you and your pet’s arrival.

We understand a 24-hour vet in Newport Beach can be costly. Our pets are important to us, so we want to be able to provide them the love and care we need. If a vet is too costly, there are options you can look into, like pet insurance, payment options, free or low-cost clinics, and even starting a pet savings account.

The pricing for animal hospitals versus a 24-hour vet in Newport Beach can be different. The main difference can be the initial office visit cost. After that cost, the pricing at each place is going to differ depending on the care and treatment your pet needs.

Our Business Hours

We are an Emergency Animal Hospital opening from Monday to Thursday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 am
Friday from 6:00 pm through Monday 8:00 am | 24 hours

Your consultation will give you the opportunity to meet our team and our premier emergency veterinary center.

Your consultation will give you the opportunity to meet our team and our premier emergency veterinary center.

Your consultation will give you the opportunity to meet our team and our premier emergency veterinary center.