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Open: Mon & Wed: 8AM - 5PM,
Tue & Thur: 8AM - 6PM
Fri, Sat & Sun: CLOSED
Closed 12:30-1:30PM daily for Lunch

Emergency Veterinary Care

Emergency vet services are a fundamental cornerstone of our commitment to comprehensive pet care. Your pet isn't going to take "normal business hours" into consideration. Accidents do happen, and when disaster strikes, that is when you need a trained veterinary staff ready and able to help. So, we know that we've got to be ready. This is why you can always rely on our vet care team to be here for you.

Our facility is located at:

4 Post Road
Freeport, Maine 04032

Serving Freeport, Brunswick, Pownal, Cumberland, and Yarmouth.

24 Hour Emergency Vet Services

Unfortunately, many emergencies happen after hours.  If we are not available, or  your pet requires a critical care facility, we recommend you immediately bring your pet to one of the following emergency 24-hour animal hospitals for treatment:

Portland Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Care
739 Warren Avenue 
Portland, ME 04102

(207) 878-3121

The Emergency Clinic of Mid-Maine
37 Strawberry Avenue
Lewiston, ME 04240

(207) 777-1110

Maine Veterinary Medical Center
1500 Technology Way
Scarborough, ME 04074


We Are Always Ready For Emergency Care

Our facility is staffed and equipped to respond to most medical or surgical needs. From simple as a bee sting to severe trauma, our staff is prepared to care for your pet and help you through a stressful time.

We strive to provide our patients' human companions with prompt, attentive, compassionate, and personal service from the very first moment a patient arrives. We want you to be informed and comforted throughout the process because we know how important and irreplaceable your beloved family friend is to you and your family.

Our Emergency Animal Hospital Is Prepared For Many Critical Situations, Such As:

  • Traumatic injuries - fractures, bites, burns, lacerations
  • Automobile accidents
  • Respiratory emergencies, choking, breathing problems
  • Vomiting, diarrhea
  • Difficulty urinating or defecating
  • Shock or loss of consciousness
  • Seizures
  • Toxic reactions, poison ingestion
  • Labor and pregnancy problems
  • Blood in urine or feces
  • Heatstroke
  • Postoperative or post-anesthetic problems
  • Pain management
  • Inability or unwillingness to eat
  • and more...

Our Vet Clinic Is Equipped With The Following:

Financial Concerns

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.

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