The Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center at West Hills is a 24 hour full-service veterinary emergency and referral hospital located on Long Island in Huntington, NY, on the border of Nassau and Suffolk County. We are equipped to care for any pet emergency or critical care situation 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. Our goal is to provide the best possible compassionate emergency or critical care to pets at any time of the day or night.
The Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center at West Hills is an after-hours extension of your family Veterinarian. We are available for emergencies when your regular Veterinarian is unavailable or has requested a transfer for care.
We understand the stressful nature of bringing your pet to an emergency room, which is why we assembled our critical care team of caring doctors and technical staff who possess the skills, knowledge, and experience to provide an extraordinary level of care for your pet at all hours.
If your pet is sick, gets injured or requires urgent care outside of your family Veterinarian’s normal office hours, please call us at 631-923-3210 or come to our emergency hospital immediately, located at 800 West Jericho Tunrpike in Huntington, NY 11743. No appointment is necessary.
At the Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center at West Hills, we recognize the important role that our pet’s play in our lives and treasure that special bond.
In our eyes, anything that you are concerned about and want to have looked at by a doctor immediately is an emergency. Many practices get upset over seeing a patient on the overnight that they don’t consider an emergency; we don’t feel that way and don’t want any of our clients to feel awkward coming in for something that they are worried may not be a true emergency if they want to come in. Some emergencies are easily recognized, while other are not easily recognized but may be just as life-threatening to your pet. Clinical symptoms may develop slowly with some illnesses or injuries, and it is often difficult to recognize them or judge their severity. Please see our pet emergencies page for a list of symptoms for which your pet needs immediate medical care. If you are unsure, please give us a call to discuss your pet’s condition with our expert staff.
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