Emergency Veterinary Service
Open Weekends 320.257.0911


Emergency Vet St Cloud MN Open Weekends
Pet Hospital
911 Scout Drive
Sartell, MN 56377
Open Weekends 9-5
Open Weekdays 7-7, Closed Wednesday
(320) 257-0911
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The Central MN Vet Open Weekends!

Emergency Vet St Cloud MNPet emergencies come in all shapes and sizes. Here Dog meets Porcupine Quills


The Weekend Pet Emergency Alternative

Advanced Care Pet Hospital offers the most affordable Weekend Rates available in Central Minnesota for critical care


List of Emergency Conditions

The list of symptoms below may help you determine if your pet needs prompt veterinary attention. NOTE: These symptoms often can appear together:


Heat Stroke

Over-exercise and hot summer temperatures can easily lead to heat stroke for dogs. A digital thermometer reading of 105 or 106 is serious enough to warrant immediate attention – HEAT STROKE CAN BE LIFE THREATENING so don’t wait. Call us or the emergency vet immediately for additional directions.

Ingesting a Possible Poison

Call us or the Poison Control Hotline for advice. The key to effective poison control is matching the correct response to the poison. Seek professional advice before taking action.

Cuts & Scrapes

Many cuts and scrapes are superficial and just need a thorough cleaning and some anti-bacterial ointment. For deeper cuts, however, you may need to apply bandages and seek immediate veterinary care.

Broken Limbs

A broken paw or leg is a serious injury that needs immediate veterinary care. You may need to muzzle your pet prior to handling or transportation. Wrap the pet in a blanket or towel and seek medical attention immediately.

Shock

A lowered body temperature, pale gums, general weakness and cold paws are some common signs of shock. Causes range from serious illness to blood loss, hypoglycemia, severe diarrhea and poisoning. Keep the pet warm and seek medical attention immediately.


Emergency Veterinary Clinic St Cloud MNUltrasound is a valuable, non-invasive tool for diagnosing illness.

Call ahead if possible. It can save a few minutes by alerting our staff to prepare for your arrival.

The surgical suite includes emergency medications, 100% oxygen, digital x-ray and ultrasound, intravenous fluids and shock therapy, and staff trained in emergency procedures.

Prompt Treatment Can Save Dollars & Lives

Prompt treatment may minimize the seriousness of the condition. In some instances immediate medical attention often means the difference between life and death. In other instances it can save a lot of money. When you value your relationship with your pet, don't take chances when they are in need of help.

A recent example was a cat brought in which swallowed a needle, the thread it was attached to was hanging out of it's mouth. We were able to X-ray the pet where we found the needle in the stomach and promptly removed it surgically.

Often one end of string, dental floss and thread move through the stomach into the intestines, eventually causing the intestines to bunch up. This typically results in the string cutting into intestinal walls often requiring very extensive surgery to repair. Sometimes significant sections have to be removed if surgery is delayed. Prompt action on behalf of this owner easily saved $900+ in additional surgery and hospitalization fees.




Emergency Service Payment

For your convenience, we accept major credit and debit cards.

Payment is due at the time of service.

This is the same policy as the emergency pet hospital.

If you do not have funds available, ask friends or family.

We use a 3rd party payment plan. You may apply online or by phone with Carecredit.com. Their 800 number: 800.365.8295.

Again, full payment is due at the time of service.

More Household Hazards

Click link here for useful information to review which will help you keep your pet safe and healthy.

After Hours Emergency Vet

Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Service serves all Central Minnesota with after hour Emergency Care. Their Number is 320.258.3481, the address is 4180 Thielman Lane, St. Cloud, MN 56301 located near K-Mart.

Keep in mind Advanced Care is open 9 to 5 Saturday and Sunday.

ASPCA Poison Hotline

You may wish to keep the ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center Hotline handy.

1.888.4ANI. HELP

This 24/7 hotline can quickly answer your questions for any animal poison-related emergency. As of 1/3/2012 there is a $65.00 consultation fee which may be applied to your credit card.




We accept Emergencies while open.

Weekends we are open 9 am to 5 pm.

Who to call when we are closed:

After Hours Emergency


   320-258-3481

Affiliated Emergency Vet Service
4180 Thielman Lane
St. Cloud, MN 56301
www.aevs.com

AEVS serves after hours, weekend and holiday emergencies for all Central Minnesota Veterinarians.

Remember: We ARE Open 9-5 Saturday and Sunday. We use Week Day Rates every day of the week.



Poisoning?

IF YOUR PET ATE RODENT POISON, BRING PACKAGE IF POSSIBLE.

Some rat and mouse poisons cause animals to bleed out internally.

There are several different types and each requires a different kind of treatment.

Simply knowing the brand name is NOT helpful.

Always bring the package when possible!




Forest, The Cat with Three Broken Legs


Forest is a mellow fellow. He has been here twice for broken limbs. On both occasions he purred so much you never would have known he had any fractures.


Emergency Vet MN

Here Forest is trying on his new rear splints. Six months earlier he had a similar splint on his front left leg.

Originally an outdoor farm cat, Forest appears to have earned a special spot as an indoor cat, perhaps something he was plotting for all along.

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