Carolina Animal Specialty & Emergency’s veterinary urgent care department works with our specialists and exceptionally trained emergency veterinarians, along with our qualified staff, to work together to continually provide the highest-quality care for your cat or dog. If your pet is in critical condition or needs continuous monitoring, our veterinarians and staff are ready to manage the case.
Providing Critical Care Services to Your Pet
From state-of-the-art facilities to our compassionate experienced staff, we are prepared to provide 24-hour care in the event your pet needs immediate help. We also have an isolation ward to keep all patients comfortable while recovering from contagious illnesses.
Our urgent care service treats a variety of conditions including complicated diabetes, pancreatitis, trauma, organ failure such as congestive heart failure, liver or kidney disorders, infectious diseases, sepsis, and many different toxicities.
Our urgent care team is available 24 hours a day to provide your pet with expert medical care and wide range of clinical knowledge and training in veterinary ICU techniques, including:
- Oxygen support for those pets experiencing respiratory distress- including nasal oxygen, oxygen cages
- In-hospital diagnostic laboratory testing including blood gases
- Pain management for an acute issue or post-surgical pain control
- Support for severe disease problems, sever injuries including wound care and stabilization
- Blood transfusions
- Advanced CPR
Carolina Animal Specialty & Emergency’s exceptional veterinarians and technicians use an approach to treatment that involves selecting the techniques from different therapeutic orientations best suited to a patient’s particular problem. We provide our patients with remarkable care always keeping their comfort as our top priority. The entire team at CASE is readily available to support every patient’s specific need. Communication with your primary veterinarian is always a priority.
Referring A Pet
If you need assistance diagnosing or treating a particular patient case, please contact our referral coordinator to let us know you have a patient on the way, and we will arrange care for your patient. Thank you for the referral and trust in our care.