Emergency vet services are a fundamental cornerstone of our commitment to comprehensive pet care. Accidents can happen at any time, and when disaster strikes, that is when you need a trained veterinary staff ready and able to help.
Our facility is located at:1050 South Rampart Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89145
Our clinic is staffed by a highly experienced veterinary team. We have training in emergency, trauma-based and critical care protocols, which ensures your pet is in the most capable hands and never alone.
For life-threatening emergencies or urgent care needs outside of our business hours, call or visit:
Pet Emergencies That Require Immediate Veterinary Attention
- Traumatic injuries - fractures, bites, burns, lacerations
- Automobile accidents
- Respiratory emergencies, choking, difficulty breathing
- Continued vomiting or diarrhea
- Difficulty urinating or defecating
- Shock or loss of consciousness
- Bloated or painful abdomen
- Toxic reactions, poison ingestion
- Labor and pregnancy problems
- Blood in urine or feces
- Collapse or profound weakness
- Postoperative or post-anesthetic problems
- Pain management
- Inability or unwillingness to eat
- and more...
We know that having a pet with emergency medical needs can be stressful. In addition to providing all the care needed, we will also work with your budget. We accept all major credit cards and have payment plans available thru CareCredit.
Tips For Safe Transport:
- If your pet is distressed, gently placing a towel over their head can aid with relaxation, allowing you to place your cat in a carrier or your dog in a car.
- Take special care to support your pet's head, and avoid any twisting of the neck, especially in cases of possible spinal injury.
First Aid For Pets
Sometimes, it is necessary to perform first aid to stabilize your pet before transporting it to an emergency clinic. Other times, first aid for pets can be performed at home to save their life and buy you enough time to make the trip to a 24-hour emergency hospital. Some first aid techniques you can use on pets include:
- For external bleeding due to trauma, try to elevate the affected area, and apply direct pressure to the wound. This could include constructing a makeshift tourniquet to isolate an affected limb. Most importantly apply firm pressure with towels and keep pressure applied until you arrive an emergency hospital. Placing pressure over a wound will help to stop the loss of blood.
- For choking emergencies, place your fingers in your pet's mouth to see if you can remove the blockage. Be careful to not push the blockage farther back into the throat and mind your fingers to ensure they're not bitten.
- If you cannot remove the object, perform a modified Heimlich maneuver by giving a sharp rap to your dog's chest. This should help dislodge the object. We recommend learning how to perform this maneuver beforehand to minimize the risk of injury in the case of an actual pet emergency.
No Appointments Necessary For Emergency Vet Services
When every second counts, Boca Park Animal Hospital's vet team is here to help you and your pet. Our hospital provides immediate care for your pet.
When possible, please call us at 702-213-4513 before you come or when you are on your way, so that we can prepare for your arrival.
- Care and monitoring by veterinarians and technicians
- Nutritional support
- Advanced pain management
- Continuous rate infusion for IV fluids and meds
- Pulse-Oximetry, End-Tidal CO2, blood pressure and continuous ECG monitoring
- Oxygen therapy
- Digital radiography and ultrasound
- Emergency surgery
- Complete diagnostic lab for immediate test results