Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 301-705-9700!
Welcome to Waldorf Emergency Care (WE CARE), your solution for 24 hour pet emergency care in Waldorf. At our state-of-the-art emergency animal hospital, we diagnose and treat a wide variety of animal emergencies. Our veterinarians and other urgent care team members treat every pet like their own, guiding them through frightening medical crises and responding quickly to prevent complications from unexpected emergencies.
If you need a 24 hour vet in Waldorf, come to Waldorf Emergency Care. WE CARE is open every hour of the year to make sure your pets can always get the vet care they need.
At Waldorf Emergency Care, our emergency vet center is available 24 hours a day to take care of your pet. We accept walk-in appointments on nights, weekends, and holidays. Your family veterinarian must refer your pet to us for appointments during normal business hours (weekdays between 10 AM and 6 PM).
Our Waldorf veterinarians have experience with a variety of different breeds and species, which allows us to treat more animals at our emergency animal hospital. Our patients include:
Small Mammals (AKA pocket pets)
Small Farm Animals (Goats and Sheep)
If you need emergency vet care for any animal other than a dog or cat, please call ahead of time to make sure we have a qualified veterinarian ready to see you.
When you need animal emergency care in Waldorf, WE CARE will be open to diagnose and treat your pet as soon as possible. Take advantage of 24 hour pet urgent care at our Waldorf emergency animal hospital, where we provide the following urgent care services.
The accidents that bring Waldorf pets to our hospital range in severity from minor injuries to life-threatening trauma. In every case, we provide the after-hours emergency care that pets need to avoid infection and other complications, reduce pain and inflammation, and start healing. Our 24 hour pet care includes treatment for the following animal emergencies:
Heatstroke or hypothermia
Of course, we also work hard to detect underlying problems and improve your pet's quality of life throughout the treatment and recovery process.
Every Waldorf veterinarian at our emergency care center is qualified to diagnose and treat pets in crisis. No matter how or when your pet is injured, an emergency animal doctor will be available to stabilize their condition and start a treatment plan. If your pet is sick or faces complications of a recurring illness, your veterinarian will learn more about their medical history and administer the appropriate medications or treatment methods to prevent their symptoms from escalating.
If your pet needs surgical intervention and we can perform the procedure at WE CARE, we will prepare our operating room and start the surgery as soon as possible. Our state-of-the-art surgical equipment and trained veterinary surgeons make it possible to treat a variety of animal emergencies, including:
Labor and delivery complications
If we need to continue treatment overnight or keep your pet for regular monitoring, we have the facilities to accommodate your pet. Sudden accidents and injuries are scary for everyone, but your pet is especially vulnerable during medical emergencies, and we do our best to make overnight stays comfortable as we keep track of their medical progress.
At Waldorf Emergency Care, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Waldorf Veterinarian | Waldorf Emergency Care | 301-705-9700
2215 Crain Hwy
Waldorf, MD 20601
Waldorf Emergency Care will focus on caring and compassionate state of the art services as well as friendly communicative relationships with pet owners and family veterinarians.
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