New Hours

Animal Emergency Hospital (AEH) has been honored to serve our community, providing 24/7 care for pets in need, for over ten years.

While we will continue to operate and provide care for pets in need, AEH is in a transition period. The nationwide labor shortage has hit the veterinary industry hard and we are struggling to hire enough staff to maintain 24/7 hours of operation.

To ensure that we maintain the quality of care you have come to expect from us, we are transitioning to a veterinary urgent care facility with hours of operation from 8am-8pm Friday through Monday, effective immediately.

We humbly thank you for the trust you have put in us to care for your family members over the years and we hope that you will continue to trust us with their care as we find a path forward in this difficult time. If you would like to read any news, information, and helpful tips from our team, please be sure to check out our blog.

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News, information, and tips from the Animal Emergency Hospital team.

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4 DIY Holiday Toys for Your Pet

4 DIY Holiday Toys for Your Pet

4 DIY Holiday Toys for Your Pet   Pets are wonderful gift recipients. They appreciate anything you give them, regardless of how much time or money you spend. Plus, you don’t have to be extraordinarily crafty to create homemade gifts your furry pal will enjoy....

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5 Myths about Cancer in Pets

5 Myths about Cancer in Pets

5 Myths about Cancer in Pets   November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and we want to reveal the truth behind common myths about cancer in pets. Learn what really happens when a pet develops cancer and undergoes treatment as we debunk some pet cancer...

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Healthy Thanksgiving for Pets

Healthy Thanksgiving for Pets

Healthy Thanksgiving for Pets   Thanksgiving is a drool-worthy holiday, but it’s not just people who overeat during the festivities. Pets also may overindulge, and too much of a good thing can lead to a messy outcome, like vomiting and diarrhea. In addition, the...

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4 Halloween Treats to Keep Away from Your Pet

4 Halloween Treats to Keep Away from Your Pet

Halloween can be a night filled with treats, but keeping your pet safe doesn’t have to be tricky. Keep these four treats away from your pet during the spooky season.   #1: Chocolate Although chocolate is the most widely known edible toxin for pets, it’s still one...

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How to Prepare for Your New Pet

How to Prepare for Your New Pet

Welcoming a new pet into your home is exciting, but it can also be a lot of work. Planning and preparing for your furry friend's arrival means having all your pet supplies ready and keeping unsafe plants and hazardous materials away from your pet. Follow these tips to...

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How to Include Your Pet in a Disaster Plan

How to Include Your Pet in a Disaster Plan

Don't know what would happen to your furry friend in an emergency? Follow these steps to ensure their safety if a disaster happens to strike.   #1: Have your pet’s essentials ready Keep a pet emergency travel kit ready in case you have to leave quickly. This kit...

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How to Know If Your Cat Is in Pain

How to Know If Your Cat Is in Pain

Your cat may experience pain for numerous reasons, including joint issues, urinary tract infections, dental problems, and kidney disease. However, discovering this pain may be difficult since your feline friend is good at hiding pain. Learn how to recognize subtle...

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Back-to-School Considerations for Pets

Back-to-School Considerations for Pets

Summer is winding down, which means it's back-to-school season. While your kids are away at school, help keep your pet from pining for warmer weather with these three tips.   #1: Exercise your dog in the morning As you move into a new routine, front-load your...

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Why Your Dog Licks Their Paws

Why Your Dog Licks Their Paws

Does your dog lick their paws constantly? Many pet owners become frustrated by the non-stop paw-licking and want to help their dogs overcome this condition. Learn about three of the most common reasons your pooch may be licking their paws.   #1: Your dog has...

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Location

1148 E. Bristol Rd.

Burton, MI 48529

Contact Info

Phone: (810) 238-7557
Fri-Mon: 8am-8pm

Having an emergency?

If you are concerned about any symptoms that your pet may be experiencing, please call (810) 238-7557. We recommend that all concerns warrant an exam and consultation with a veterinarian.