Pet Emergency Treatment is open 24 hours to provide emergency and critical care. We work closely with your pet’s regular veterinarian and send our findings to them for follow up care. It is our intention to specialize predominantly in the emergency treatment of sick and injured animals. For this reason, we don’t perform spays/neuters or dental work.
Pet Emergency Treatment also has a migratory bird permit which allows us to temporarily treat migratory birds; which includes eagles, owls, and other wild birds. We then turn them over to the Bird Treatment and Learning Center and Alaska Wild Bird Rehabilitation for their future needs.
In 2011 alone we cared for over 300 wild birds comprising of 37 species. Included in this count were 4 bald eagles, a falcon, 5 owls, 40 seagulls and numerous ravens, magpies, downy woodpeckers and our favorite; drunk bohemian waxwings.
You can read more about Pet Emergency Treatment on the About Us page.
P.E.T. Making Appointments?
No worries, we still aim to be your favorite walk-in clinic! We also have the honor of an in-house internal medicine veterinary specialist for your pet’s special needs. Have your regular veterinarian send us a referral and we would be more than happy to make an appointment for you and your pet.
Sarah B. Love, DVM, Diplomate, ACVIM (internal medicine) focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal, urogenital, endocrine, cardiac, respiratory, neurological and hematologic systems.
With advances in the detection and treatment of cancer, there are more treatment options available. At P.E.T., we are committed to client education and offer a range of effective treatments for your pets. We compassionately discuss therapeutic options to provide the most optimal treatment plan for your pet.