Emergency Vet in Bolingbrook, IL

Pet emergencies always take priority at our hospital. If your pet is sick or injured or ingested something toxic, please call our emergency vet right away at (630) 759-0093. Depending on your emergency situation, our team will let you know if you should come straight to our clinic or head to a specialist in the area.

emergency vet in bolingbrook, il

After-Hours Emergency Vet Care

If we are closed for the day and you need an emergency vet, contact one of the hospitals listed below:

When Would My Pet Need an Emergency Vet?

Below are some of the most common instances where a pet should see an emergency vet right away. If there is ever a situation in which your pet is obviously in pain and distress, don’t hesitate to call us or take them to the emergency vet.

  • Trouble breathing
  • Is in pain
  • Prolonged vomiting and/or diarrhea
  • Bleeding
  • Eye injury or other eye-related issue
  • Trouble urinating or passing stool
  • Seizures
  • Laceration, puncture, or burn injuries
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Foreign body ingestion (ate a sock, toy, etc.)
  • Ingested rat poison, medication, or potentially harmful foods
  • Abdomen appears bloated and feels hard
  • Has not eaten in 48 hours

The ASPCA Poison Control Center is a good source of information regarding pet poisoning. You can also contact them at any time of day for a consultation (there is a $65 fee) if you have any concerns. They can be reached at (888) 426-4435.