- About PetPB
- Pet Emergency
- Veterinary Services
Veterinary Hospital Staff
When your dog or cat has an urgent medical issue, you need an emergency veterinary center to provide immediate quality care.
The veterinary hospital nursing team serving the patients of are based locally in Palm Beach County. The career oriented professionals of PetPB are dedicated to ensuring your pet’s medical care is carried out with the highest standards. Our veterinary nurses treat every patient as if it were their own pet, caring for them with great compassion and respect. PetPB goes to great lengths to only employ the Palm Beach County’s foremost animal healthcare professionals.
The veterinary staff of our emergency care team are on hand nights, weekends and holidays to help your pet. PetPB’s goal is to offer the best medical care when your usual veterinarian is not available. We consider ourselves an extension of your pet’s primary doctor. Our emergency animal clinic is fully prepared and ready to give your pet the immediate help it needs with our state-of-the-art intensive care unit.
You know your pet better than anyone. You can always tell when your animal is feeling sick, acting strangely or in possible jeopardy. If your pet is showing abnormal warning signs, has swallowed something harmful or poisonous, or has been severely injured, call our emergency animal clinic at 561-752-3232 and speak directly with one of our qualified nurses. No appointment is necessary, however we ask that you call ahead of time to inform our team of the nature of your emergency. This gives us sufficient time to prepare for your pet’s arrival.
The health of your pet is very important to our staff.
Should you have any concerns or questions about a potential condition your animal is facing, we encourage you to give our team a call. Our veterinary team will provide your pet with a complete physical examination and present you with a comprehensive treatment plan. This exam can reveal much about your pet’s well-being giving you the peace of mind you need when considering emergency care.