What to Expect When You Arrive
Appointments are not necessary; however, calling ahead ensures we are best prepared for your pet’s arrival.
Our office is available 24/7 to handle time-sensitive, emergency situations.Read More
Our experts are trained to treat critical conditions including seizures, poisoning, burns and more.Read More
We are emergency professionals prepared to treat your pet's urgent needs.Read More
Our hospital and staff are equipped for surgery and inpatient hospitalization.Read More
We are trained to recognize discomfort and restore animals to their normal state of well-being.Read More
Our facility offers quality radiographs to diagnose your pet's medical and surgical conditions.Read More
Using the latest ultrasound diagnostics, our veterinary professionals provide the most accurate diagnosis.Read More
We are specialists in obtaining tissue samples and retrieving foreign objects without surgery.Read More
With state-of-the art tools and well-maintained equipment in-house, we ensure fast,accurate results.Read More
Pet owners and veterinarians of Wake County and surrounding counties trust Animal Emergency Hospital and Urgent Care to provide expert care for their patients 24/7. Although referrals are not required, we also serve as an extension of your family veterinarian.
State-of-the-art surgical and diagnostic equipment along with Doctor’s rounds ensure the best care for your family’s pets.
Our staff is dedicated to caring for all animals in need of critical care and one of our most known stories of recovery is Russell the Cat, who survived a house fire.Follow Russell's Story
The SPCA of Wake County turns to us for their emergency and urgent care needs, and so can you. Our community service project, Community Paw Prints, provides over a quarter of a million dollars in volunteer services to the SPCA annually.