24 Hour Emergency Vet & Animal Urgent Care for your Pet in Chesapeake & Virginia Beach
We understand your pet's health doesn't follow a 9 to 5 and sometimes questions may come up after hours. Our goal is to provide you the best 24-hour customer service possible and always be there for you when you need it.
Clients can now access 24-hour emergency vet care via our normal practice phone numbers.
Hope Springs Sajo Farm now open until Midnight (12:00AM) Mon-Fri
If you have a question after hours simply call our practice and you will have access to care and answers at no charge! If the issue is non-emergent, we will help you schedule an appointment for the next business day!
In times of emergency, you need the highest level of quality care possible for your pet. At Hope Springs, we can provide your pet with safe and efficient animal urgent care support and emergency pet care.
Our talented, expert team of veterinary professionals and doctors are prepared for your pet's urgent care needs, and are quickly able to assess your pet's medical needs and make swift decisions regarding treatment. We are able to provide life-saving techniques to your pet both on site and overnight as medically necessary, including CPR, intravenous fluid support, oxygen therapy and more.
We understand your pet's post traumatic needs and know the power of recognizing a friendly, familiar face during scary and uncomfortable times. We make it a priority to provide your pet with comfort and care from their own trusted veterinarian to ensure solace and peace of mind for both you and your pet.
Your pet is an integral member of your family, and their health and safety is important to you. When you need help in caring for your loved one in an emergency situation, our technical support staff and veterinary doctors are here, ready to respond effectively and efficiently to your urgent or critical care needs.
Knowing the signs of a potential emergency is a first step to providing quality care for your pet. Should your pet show any of the following symptoms, it is important that you contact a medical professional immediately:
- Difficulty breathing
- Lack of urination
- Difficulty walking
- Distended belly
- Significant uncontrolled breathing
- In significant pain
Ask us for more information on our emergency and critical care services. We recommend that you keep our contact information on you at all times in case of future emergency and do not hesitate to call us should you have any questions or concerns about your pet's health and safety.
We want to help you stay well informed about preventive pet health care. Explore our pet health resources and advice below to learn more.