Emergency Critical Care
If you believe you are experiencing an emergency, call our hospital right away! Calling ahead will help us prepare for your arrival and the care of your pet to make sure we can do everything to help them. If you believe your pet has ingested something poisonous, bring the item with you if possible so that we can see exactly what it is.
Today, more than ever, pets have become important members of our family. When our pets are sick or injured, we want the best care possible for them. New Hope Animal Hospital provides compassionate, high-quality emergency care for pets. Our hospital is staffed with skilled doctors and technicians, capable of handling the most complicated and demanding emergencies anytime. Quality patient care and client satisfaction are our top priorities. Our commitment to providing you and your pet with the most advanced veterinary medical diagnostics and treatment, in a caring, compassionate atmosphere, is second to none.
The following are some indications and situations when you should seek veterinary emergency care:
- Hit by car
- Falling from heights
- Physical trauma
- Foaming from mouth
- Blue, purple or pale gums
- Cat exhibiting open-mouth breathing
- Cat straining to urinate
- Bleeding heavily
- Profuse vomiting or diarrhea
- Difficulty breathing
- Ingestion of toxins, medications or any suspect substance
New Hope Animal Hospital’s veterinarians have the skill and expertise to provide outstanding veterinary emergency and critical care services for your pet.
New Hope Animal Hospital
103 E New Hope Rd Rogers, AR 72758
Monday – Friday: 7 am to 7 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed Open for Appointments: Weds. 10/20, Weds. 11/24, and Weds. 12/22 Our Office Will Be Closed: Fri. 10/22, Fri. 11/26, and Fri. 12/24