Pacific Northwest Pet ER & Specialty Center

Trust us to provide the very best client experience and exceptional patient care—all under one roof
Clients can now request an appointment with a cardiology, neurology or surgery specialist

Our team will contact you in 24-72 business hours

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Specialty Referral Information

For specialty referrals, please submit the referral form below online:

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Patient Pre-Registration

We encourage you to pre-register your pet so if an emergency comes up, you’ll be in our system. Pre-registration is free, easy, and will bring you peace of mind.

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Mobile Check-in for ER Now Available

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Our Services

Learn more about the services offered at Pacific Northwest Pet ER & Specialty Center.

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May 18, 2021

NVA Compassion-First pet hospital taking shape in east Vancouver

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While you're having fun with family and friends this Memorial Day Weekend, remember the following tips to help keep your pets safe this holiday: ⭐ Cookouts are popular this holiday weekend, but the food and drink you serve your guests may be dangerous for pets. A few especially toxic examples include alcohol, raisins, grapes, onions, chocolate, and avocado. ⭐ Never leave your pets unsupervised around a pool, lake, or ocean. If you take your dog on a boat, we highly recommend having them wear a floatation device and keep them from drinking salt water. Also, try to keep your dog from drinking pool water, which contains potentially dangerous chemicals. ⭐ Be sure that your pet has appropriate ID tags and up-to-date microchip information. People leaving doors open and loud noises such as fireworks or thunderstorms can all increase your pets’ chances of escaping. ⭐ Be sure your pet has easy access to plenty of water so they don't get dehydrated - preferably in a shady spot, especially if they are spending a lot of time outside. ... See MoreSee Less
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If your dog loves a trip to the beach as much as you do, please be aware of the dangers involved in ingesting salt water. Most pet owners take precautions to ensure their pet's safety when swimming but may not be aware that swallowing salt water, either for refreshment or accidentally while playing, can have life-threatening consequences. Keep an eye on your pet and try to keep them from ingesting too much salt water! If your dog ingests too much salt water, contact Pacific Northwest Pet ER and Specialty Center at (360) 635-5302 right away. ... See MoreSee Less
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We are an emergency and veterinary specialty hospital fully staffed with experienced veterinarians and support staff 365 days a year.

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Your primary veterinarian can refer you to Pacific Northwest Pet ER & Specialty Center for consultations and appointments.

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New Patient Form

Please complete a new patient form ahead of your appointment. Contact us if you have any questions.

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We are currently experiencing a large volume of cases and longer wait times. Please call ahead at 360-635-5302.