Emergency Veterinarian

Emergency vet New York, NY.

During our regular office hours the Seaport Animal Hospital is prepared to handle any emergency on a priority or walk-in basis. Although the Seaport Animal Hospital offers 24-hour nursing care for our critical patients, we are not open for emergency visits outside of our regular office hours.

It can be difficult to know when a symptom is indicative of an emergency. Something subtle like lethargy or weakness or loss of appetite could indicate internal bleeding. Generally, it is best to have a pet seen early when a symptom is present as the causative disease process may have been present for a while; remember that a dog or cat will not come to you with a complaint like a person would. No one knows your pet better than you; if you feel it is an emergency, we will see your pet immediately or on a walk-in basis; in less serious situations, we will arrange to see your pet the same day whenever possible.

Should your pet require immediate attention, please contact our West Village Veterinary Hospital (link to Contact Us page of West Village) at (212)633-7400, they are open until 8pm on weekdays, Saturdays until 4pm and Sundays until 6pm or you can contact one of the following emergency veterinary hospitals:

24-Hour NYC Veterinary Emergency Hospitals:

24-Hour NYC Veterinary Emergency Hospitals:
Blue Pearl Vets - Midtown NY, 410 West 55th Street, 212-767-0099
Blue Pearl Vets - Downtown NY, 1 West 15th Street, 212-924-3311
Animal Medical Center, 510 East 62nd Street, 212-838-8100
Veterinary Emergency & Referral Group (Brooklyn), 318 Warren Street, 718-522-9400