Animal Emergency Hospital

State-of-the-art vet care with a family feel.

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Is my pet experiencing an emergency?

We are the experts in pet emergencies, and we provide a variety of services to ensure your pet gets back to feeling their best self.

Payment Options

We currently accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover, cash, CareCredit, Scratchpay, and All Pet Credit Card.

Client Education

We provide helpful information sheets for clients with questions about a variety of health, safety, and pet emergency concerns.

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Animal Emergency Hospital is pleased to offer the following emergency veterinary services to the pets of Burton, MI, and the surrounding areas.

In-House Pet Laboratory

Our state-of-the-art in-house laboratory is equipped with the latest IDEXX and HESKA lab equipment to help us diagnose conditions and determine what may be wrong with your dog or cat.

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In-House Pet Pharmacy

At our in-house pet pharmacy, we carry a carry a wide array of emergency medications including antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, anti-nausea, pain medication, and injection medications.

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Pet Digital X-Ray

Whether it’s a broken bone or an internal organ issue, digital X-rays give our veterinary team the information we need to precisely diagnose the issue and develop an effective treatment plan for your pet.

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Pet Ultrasound

Our veterinary hospital can use images produced by advanced ultrasound technology to diagnose various conditions, from heart disease to kidney stones.

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Pet Surgery

We understand that surgery can be a stressful experience for both pets and their owners. Our skilled and experienced surgical team takes every precaution to ensure the safety of our patients while maintaining transparent communication throughout the process.

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Pet Ventilator

We are able to perform an array of emergency surgeries including foreign body, cystotomy, pyometra, laceration repairs, and abdominal exploratory surgery. During surgery, we use a surgical ventilator as an added precaution to make sure anesthesia is as safe as possible for your pet.

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Pet Oxygen Therapy

If your pet has been exposed to smoke inhalation or sustained wounds, we may use oxygen therapy to aid in their healing. This safe technology can improve your pet’s lung function and other respiratory problems as they recover.

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Pet Fluid Therapy

IV fluids are often used to address dehydration and poor perfusion in pets. Many dehydrated patients are admitted for 24-48 hours for fluid therapy to get back on their feet. Fluid therapy aids in eliminating toxins and restoring crucial nutrients in your pet, especially following a surgical procedure or in cases of dehydration.

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Pet Blood Transfusions

Our caring veterinary team offers life-saving pet blood transfusions to address conditions like anemia, blood loss, and severe illnesses. We always provide careful evaluations, compatible donor matching, and close monitoring throughout the process to ensure a successful procedure.

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Is my pet experiencing an emergency?

Pets with the following symptoms should be seen ASAP:

  • Coughing and/or respiratory distress: difficult or labored breathing
  • Neurological abnormalities: collapse, lack of balance, head tilt, seizures, circling, head pressing, visual deficiencies, etc.
  • Seizures: if more than one within 24 hours
  • Unproductive retching or dry heaving
  • Rapid/progressive abdominal distension
  • Vomiting and/or inability to hold down food/water
  • Diarrhea or straining to defecate
  • Slow or rapid heart rate
  • Bleeding from orifices: mouth, nose, rectum, abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Lethargy, weakness
  • Pale mucous membranes: pale gum color
  • Inability to urinate or straining to urinate
  • Difficult or long labor
  • Toxin ingestion
  • Trauma
  • Pain/discomfort: trembling, yelping, unwillingness to move, aggressive behavior when moved
  • Squinting one or both eyes
  • Facial swelling and/or hives
  • Penis stuck out of sheath
  • Dragging of limbs
  • Locked in a hot car

We’re a proud AAHA Member

Only about 15% of veterinary practices in the US and Canada hold the “AAHA-accredited” designation of the American Animal Hospital Association. As an accredited member, we voluntarily meet their exacting standards to foster professionalism and excellence in all phases of hospital services.

​​Our team goes above and beyond for your pet.

We are here to care for your beloved pet when your regular veterinarian is unavailable — no appointment necessary. Upon arrival, you will be greeted by friendly staff members who will triage your pet and inform you when they can be seen.

Interested in a veterinary career?

Join our team! We’re under new management and looking for passionate pet lovers who want to help develop an amazing hospital culture.