3240 NW 7th Street, Miami, FL 33125

305-461-2600

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Emergency Services

       Hospital Hours

Monday to Thursday:   9 AM-5 PM

Saturday:                        9 AM-12 PM

Friday and Sunday:      Closed                 

Dr. Olga Aballi Neninger and staff have great experience on emergency and critical care medicine. However, some medical emergencies for a beloved pet can, and often do, happen outside of normal business hours. This is why we work hard to ensure our clients have access to 24/7 emergency care.

During our regular business hours, we are available to help you with any emergency your pet experiences. If possible, please call in advance so we can prepare for your arrival.

We are on-call available most nights until 10 P.M to consult existing clients about possible emergencies, but we refer most emergencies that occur outside our regular hospital hours to the following emergency facility:

For Emergencies after hours please call

Miami Pet Emergency 

11774 SW 88th St

Miami, FL 33186

305-273-8100

www.miamipetemergency.com

This is your best resource for any possible poison or toxin-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Please call this number immediately if you think your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance. A veterinary toxicologist will let you know whether or not you need to seek emergency veterinary care for your pet. They will also consult with your veterinarian to discuss what steps should be taken to achieve the best possible outcome for your pet. A consultation fee may be charged.

When Should I Seek Emergency Care for My Pet?

The easiest answer as to whether you should seek emergency care for your pet is when you feel his or her medical condition is serious and cannot wait. However, the following general situations should help you determine if you need to seek emergency care for your pet:

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Acute abdominal swelling

  • Electric shock

  • Excessive vomiting or diarrhea

  • Bleeding

  • Exhibits symptoms of heat stroke

  • Seizures

  • Sudden onset of weakness

  • High or low temperature (more than 104 or less than 100 degrees)

  • Inability to urinate or defecate

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