No one wants to think about their pet having an emergency when the doctor isn't there. However, emergencies after hours can happen, and the doctors of Stoney Creek Veterinary Hospital want to provide you the best options for emergency care for your pet.
Our hospital is open and there are doctors available weekly from 7:30 AM until 8:00 PM, and Saturdays 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM. We also have hospital hours serviced by receptionists and trained technicians on Sundays, 11:00 AM until 2:00 PM.
If your emergency occurs during the hours that we have doctors, please call our hospital immediately to tell us you are on your way. Our doctors will work quickly to squeeze your pet into our regular appointment schedule so that we can get your pet taken care of as quickly as possible.
If you have an emergency on the weekend or in the middle of the night, our doctors recommend you call and take your pet to one of the following emergency centers:
West Chester Veterinary Medical Center (Rt 3) Emergency - 610-696-4110
University of PA Emergency: 215-746-8911
Keystone Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center: 484-454-5412
Veterinary Referral Center in Frazer, PA on Route 30: 610-647-2950
Veterinary Speciality Center of Delaware: 302-322-6933
Hickory Veterinary Hospital Plymouth Meeting, Pa 610-828-3054
Drs. Johnson, Latterner, Tallant, Slattery, Henry and Dunn all feel that these hospitals will provide the best care in the event of an emergency with your pet. We work carefully with these practices and they will send any records or recommendations to us, on your request. We recommend these hospitals because they have 24 hour monitoring by emergency specialists and also access to specialists in critical care. Please call the facility before you go to get the best First Aid information, as well as directions.
If your emergency is with your pet bird or other exotic pet, please call
Saint Francis Veterinary Center - (856) 467-0050 .
Saint Francis has 24 hour emergency care and veterinarians on duty that regularly care for avian and exotic patients.
If your pet has ingested any foreign substance, any drug, medicine, possible toxin, plant, etc. ....
PLEASE call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at 888-426-4435 immediately! Many substances that are safe for humans are toxic or even deadly to our pets -- if you have any concerns, please call Poison Control!