During Business Hours

Arrow Dog & Cat Hospital
Get Directions | (909) 946-3211

Hours of Operation
Mon–Fri: 8 am – 7 pm
Sat/Sun: Closed

After Business Hours (low budget)

East Valley Pet Hospital
Get Directions | Phone: (909) 861-5737

After Business Hours

MarQueen Pet Emergency & Specialty
Get Directions | Phone: 909-303-1700


After-Hours Pet Emergencies

If you find that you need emergency assistance after hours, we recommend East Valley Pet Hospital. They are available when we are closed, and we trust them to provide quality care! In the event you must visit the emergency clinic, we can get the records so we can follow up if your pet needs further care.

Walk-in Emergency Services are available, and we are open on some evenings for your convenience.

Arrow Dog & Cat Hospital is ready to help when the unexpected happens. Our hospital is fully equipped with a modern surgical suite and diagnostic laboratory, and our staff of veterinarians and medical technicians is ready to provide the following walk-in emergency services. 

  • Blood Transfusions
  • Ultrasound
  • Lab testing
  • Blood testing
  • Toxin ingestions
  • Foreign obstruction
  • GDV
  • Splenectomy
  • Cesarean C-Section
  • Pyometra
  • Fracture
  • Hit by Car
  • Trauma
  • Seizures
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • clogy
  • Neurology
  • Parvovirus
  • Infectious disease
  • Wound care
  • Allergies
  • Swollen face
  • Insect bites
  • Snake bites
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Cancer care

Contact us today for more information!  Please note that a deposit is required for emergency services. 

Signs Of a Pet Emergency

Sometimes, the symptoms of a condition that requires emergency vet care are obvious, like wounds, bleeding, and broken bones. But often, the signs of a physical condition in need of emergency care are less noticeable. As a pet owner, it’s important that you familiarize yourself with the less obvious symptoms of a possible health emergency, so you’ll know when to seek immediate emergency vet care treatment.

  • Unusual body temperatures, below 98 degrees or above 105
  • Weak or rapid pulse
  • Seizures
  • Pale gums
  • Vomiting blood or blood in the stool
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Heatstroke symptoms, vomiting, rapid pulse, excessive panting, lethargy
  • Dehydration symptoms, often severe diarrhea, and exhaustion

Gastric Dilatation Volvulus (GDV)

GDV is a serious physical condition that sometimes occurs in dogs. It’s characterized by severe stomach bloating and twisting caused by excessive gas accumulation in the bowels. Symptoms include repeated dry heaving attempts to vomit and a humped-over stance. The stomach swelling can shut off the abdominal arteries, leading to death in less than an hour from organ damage due to lack of blood circulation. If you see signs of GDV in your dog, getting them to an emergency vet care facility is vital.

Stabilizing Your Pet in An Emergency

Knowing how to perform basic first aid to stabilize your pet before and during transport to the hospital can save their life.

  • Bleeding – Apply pressure to the wound and elevate the limb
  • Choking – If safe to do so, try reaching into the throat to remove the obstruction or administer sharp blows to the chest to expel it
  • CPR – Place your pet on their side, hold their mouth closed, and blow through the nostrils every three seconds

If your pet needs emergency vet care, Arrow Dog & Cat Hospital is ready to respond. If possible, please call us to let us know you’re on your way.