Emergency

We are here to provide the care your pet needs.

Champlin Park Pet Hospital is here to support your pet in living a long and healthy life. But since we are only open 8 am – 6 pm Monday – Friday, you may be wondering where to bring your pet in the event of an emergency. A pet emergency can be a very stressful ordeal. In emergency scenarios, it is important to know where the closest24-hour pet urgent care or Animal emergency hospital location is to your home.

Emergency Facilities Near You

Allied Emergency Veterinary Service (AEVS)

- Brooklyn Park

- Anoka, MN (Within Rum River Veterinary Clinic)

  • 100 W. Main Street Anoka, MN 55303
  • Phone: 763-923-1200
  • Open Hours
    • Monday – Thursday: 6 PM – 7 AM
    • 24-Hour care on the weekends starting Friday at 6 PM – Monday at 7 AM

Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota (AERC)

- Oakdale, MN location

- St. Paul, MN location

  • 1542 7th W., St. Paul, MN 55102
  • Phone: 651-293-1800
  • Open 24/7

Veterinary Medical Center (VMC) University of Minnesota

- St. Paul, MN

BluePearl Pet Hospital

- Arden Hills, MN

Keep Medical Records

It can be helpful to keep medical information handy. This includes up-to-date copies of your pet’s vaccination records and any other important medical information. This will be helpful in case you need to take your pet to the emergency animal hospital. Often the emergency vet or the pet urgent care will require medical history to treat your pet. If you ever need any of your pet’s medical records, you can absolutely contact us via email or PetsApp.
Our email: [email protected]

Keep Essentials Handy

Before you get to the point where you need to take your pet to the emergency vet, you should equip your home with basic first aid supplies. It is handy to purchase a pet first aid kit that contains common items such as gauze, scissors, tweezers, and adhesive tape. Pet owners should keep the kit in a place where it can be easily accessed. Having a first aid kit for initial care before taking your pet to the nearest animal emergency hospital will help ensure your pet’s health doesn’t decline even further before receiving appropriate care.

Understand Common Emergencies

Familiarizing yourself with common emergencies will help pet owners identify signs and symptoms right away. Here are some very helpful links to common emergencies and possible toxins that would prompt an emergency visit.

https://aercmn.com/when-to-bring-your-pet-to-the-er-vet/

https://www.aaha.org/your-pet/pet-owner-education/ask-aaha/Household-Toxins/

If your pet does ingest a toxin or is exposed to something they shouldn’t have been, please call Pet Poinson Helpline. This service is able to accurately give you information on a substance your pet ate. They also give us access to that information and help ensure your pet gets the correct treatment needed. Here is their website!

https://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/

Transport Your Pet Safely

It is important to ensure your pet is transported as safely as possible. After looking online, and calling an emergency pet hospital near you, you should prepare for transporting your pet. If your pet is conscious, place them in a carrier. If your pet is unconscious, then place the pet on a flat surface and a blanket.

A pet emergency can be stressful, but if pet owners are proactive, these tips can go a long way in supporting pets when they need it the most If you don’t know where to go in an emergency, you can try searching for, “ animal emergency hospitals near me”, but we recommend creating a plan now before it comes to having to search last minute.

If you have any questions, then contact our team at Champlin Park Pet Hospital and we will ensure your pet feels comfortable and well cared for while in our care. If you are looking in Champlin, we are one call away.