Our focus is to provide your pet with quality critical care and monitoring through:
Animal Emergency Center
3340 East Patrick Lane • Las Vegas, NV 89120
Phone: 702-457-8050 • Fax: 702-207-1025 • E-mail: AECpetER@yahoo.com
Clinic Hours including ALL HOLIDAYS: Monday–Friday from 6pm–8am • Saturday–Monday from 4pm–8am
If your loved one suffers an injury or falls ill when your regular vet has closed for the day, remember Animal Emergency Center. Call 702-457-8050 or hurry in. We see patients Monday–Friday from 6pm–8am and Saturday–Monday from 4pm–8am. Se Habla Español.
Emergency Physical Examination
-The initial examination by the veterinarians and nurses will allow for the best diagnostic and treatment plan to be determined based on your pet's medical condition.
-Clean, comfortable hospitalization facilities are provided for your pet. Treatments, monitoring, and status evaluations are supervised by the doctor on duty.
-Medical cases are given diligent supervision and can require intensive care. Many cases may require the use of our climate controlled oxygen incubators, intravenous therapy, and even blood transfusion. All doctors and veterinary staff members work to ensure the best possible patient care and comfort.
-Various types of anesthetics are available. The doctor will choose the one which is the most appropriate for each individual case. Some procedures may be completed with a local anesthetic. Others may require intravenous drugs or gas anesthesia. Anesthesia is diligently monitored by the doctor, staff and advanced monitoring equipment
-A wide range of surgical procedures may be performed by the doctor. Repair of lacerations, removal of foreign bodies, caesarean sections, bloat surgeries and splenectomies are a short list of those performed.
Radiographs (x-rays) are often needed to help the doctor make a diagnosis. Heart failure, broken bones, detection of foreign bodies, and other major medical problems may be observed by the doctor. Modern radiographic equipment is used
for this purpose. Copies of these x-rays will be given to either you or your regular veterinarian.
-Current laboratory equipment provides rapid in-house evaluation of blood and urine samples when indicated. These diagnostics aid in providing the information needed to best treat your pet's medical condition.