Pet Emergency Hospital

Other Emergency Numbers

Emergencies demand having contact information on hand, and quickly available. We’ve assembled a few important numbers for you, just in case the unthinkable happens.

ASG Emergency Hotline

Animal Specialty Group’s
Emergency + Critical Care Center
(818) 244-7977


ASPCA Animal Poison
Control Center
(866) 436-4228 or (888) 426-4435

Pet Poison Helpline
(800) 213-6680

Local Rescue Shelters

Sante D’OR Foundation
3165 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles
(323) 898-8889


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Your 24/7 Animal Emergency Hospital, centered right here in Los Angeles

24/7 Pet Emergency 1

Open all day and all night, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so you don’t have to worry if an emergency arises for your pet.

In the middle of the night, on Christmas morning, or Sunday afternoon, it doesn’t matter. Our doors are always open, and our Emergency Vet Department is here to help your pet when they are sick or injured, regardless of the time or the day. We are here for you. 24/7. Because our dedicated team of emergency veterinarians and technicians is here around the clock to provide the urgent care your pet needs.

24/7 Pet Emergency Phone Number

A team of highly skilled emergency vets for L.A. Pets.

Blood analyzers, endoscopy, digital radiology and ultrasound, as well as the latest in surgical monitoring – our emergency doctors have access to the same state-of-the-art equipment as our specialty departments. Your pet couldn’t be in better hands: our emergency veterinarians are internship or residency trained, led by an internist who is also board-certified in emergency and critical care medicine.

And neither could you. Everyone on our staff has been faced with the injury of a pet, and we treat our clients with the respect and courtesy you deserve, and the compassion that you need. We are here to lead you through the emergency experience, answer your questions, and help guide your decisions about your pet.