Emergency Services at Hebron Veterinary Hospital
Although Hebron Veterinary Hospital is not open 24 hours, we do have a doctor on call during non-business hours.
Emergency Number: 860- 266- 5995
When calling the emergency line you will be directed to the doctors emergency messaging system. After leaving a message the doctor will be notified immediately and will return your call shortly. Remember that the doctor on call IS NOT at the clinic during these hours so please call first!
7 am – 8 am
7 am – 8 am
Close – 11 pm
7 am – 11 pm Sun
Additional Emergency Veterinary Care
- East of the River Emergency Clinic – 860-646-6134 – Bolton Veterinary Hospital – 222 Boston Turnpike – Bolton, CT 06043 – Map Link
- ASPCA – Poison Control, https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control
Emergency Veterinary Treatment From Doctors Who Care
When your pet has a health emergency, you want access to an emergency veterinary professional, but you also want a doctor who cares. Your emergency doctor should know without explanation that your pet is special to you. You expect them to be patient with your pet and pay attention to their symptoms. You also want them to listen to your thoughts and hear your concerns. You expect them to treat you and your pet with compassion and kindness
At Hebron Veterinary Hospital, we understand how traumatic it is when your pet is suffering. Whether it’s a minor problem or an emergency situation, we believe your pet deserves consistent treatment from doctors who know their history and have an established relationship. That’s why we want to be here for you and your pet during an emergency. We can’t be in the office around the clock, but when you call our emergency line and leave a message, we promise to connect with you as soon as possible.
Recognizing a Pet Emergency
Each pet is different and symptoms range in severity. Keep our emergency number handy and call us if your pet is behaving strangely or you notice any of these conditions. We’ll advise you on what to do next.
Abdominal pain or swelling
Pale grayish or bluish gums
Difficulty walking or standing
Straining to urinate or defecate
Foaming at the mouth
Poison or foreign object ingestion
Failure to eat for extended periods
Vomiting and diarrhea
A Family-Centered Practice
The Hebron Veterinary Hospital doctors are proud to be your family vets. We work hard to provide a family-friendly practice that’s worthy of your trust. We offer the preventative, diagnostic, and treatment services your pets need to stay healthy. Whether you own a dog or cat, rabbit, guinea pig, or hampster, we’ll be here for your emergency veterinary needs as well.
Commitment to our patients is an important part of our promise to provide quality care. We get to know your pets and we keep track of their medical histories. Our two doctors discuss each other’s cases, so either feels confident when assessing your pet’s emergency situation. We do all we can to provide compassionate support and the best medical care possible.