Pet Urgent Care

Available when others are not.

When your pet needs urgent care, knowing where to turn is vital.

Whether they are experiencing an unexplained illness, suffering from an injury, or need urgent veterinary care for any other reason, time is of the essence. At Destination Pet of Woodstock, we are here to help. We provide urgent care for pets in Woodstock and will provide the high-quality care your companion needs when they need it most. Thanks to our extended hours, we can even help your pet when many other area veterinarians are closed. If you have any reason to suspect that your pet might need immediate veterinary care, please contact us right away.


Urgent Care for Pets in Woodstock

When your pet has an urgent need, we are open and available. At Destination Pet of Woodstock, we offer same-day appointments for acute care and may be able to care for your pet sooner than your regular vet. Thanks to our advanced in-house diagnostics, we can get to the root of many severe injuries and illnesses and quickly begin an appropriate course of treatment for your furry friend.

If your pet needs urgent care in Woodstock, we are here to provide the expert veterinary services they need. Call now to learn more or schedule an appointment.

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Knowing When Your Pet Needs Urgent Care

As a pet parent, knowing when to bring your beloved companion in for urgent care isn’t always easy. You want what’s best for them, but since they can’t talk, they can’t tell you when they need help. There are, of course, many situations that require prompt veterinary care. At Destination Pet of Woodstock, we suggest bringing your dog or cat in right away if you have any reason to suspect a serious problem.

Some specific symptoms and situations should always prompt you to call for urgent care:

  • Injuries sustained in car accidents
  • Ingestion of/exposure to poisons or toxins
  • Deep lacerations/uncontrollable bleeding
  • Painful, distended abdomen
  • Sudden confusion or lethargy
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Seizures
  • Repeated episodes of vomiting/diarrhea
  • Blood in urine, feces, or vomit