Millwood Emergency Veterinary Services

pet emergency services at Millwood Animal Hospital It is our pleasure to provide our Millwood veterinary emergency services during our normal business hours for pets in and around the communities of Chappaqua, Millwood, Briarcliff Manor, Yorktown and New Castle, New York requiring veterinary emergency care.

Millwood Animal Hospital understands that veterinary emergencies are never pleasant or convenient, which is why we are more than prepared to handle a wide range of emergencies during our regular business hours. We do ask that if possible you give us a call prior to coming in so we can be prepared for your arrival.

For emergencies that occur after our normal hours, we are on-call 24 hours per day so that you are able to speak with a doctor. Afterhours emergency hospitals we refer our clients to are:


Katonah Bedford Veterinary Center
546 N. Bedford Rd. (Route 17)
Bedford Hills, NY 10507
(914) 241-7700
www.kbvetcenter.com

Animal Specialty Center
9 Odell Plaza
Yonkers, NY 10701
914-457-4000
www.vcaspecialtyvets.com/animal-specialty-center

Cornell University Veterinary Specialists
880 Canal Street
Stamford, CT 06902
(203) 595-2777
www.cuvs.org

VCA Referral and Emergency Center
123 West Cedar St.
Norwalk, CT 06854
(203) 854-9960
www.vcaspecialtyvets.com/veterinary-referral-and-emergency-center

The Veterinary Emergency Group
193 Tarrytown Road
White Plains, NY 10607
(914) 949-8779
www.veterinaryemergencygroup.com

When to Seek Emergency Veterinary Care

Doctors Tubbs and Goldman both agree that the easiest answer as to whether you should seek emergency care for a pet is when you feel his or her medical condition is serious and cannot wait. However, the following general situations should help you determine if you need to seek out emergency care for your pet:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Acute abdominal swelling
  • Electric shock
  • Excessive vomiting or diarrhea
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Exhibits symptoms of heat stroke
  • Repetitive and prolonged seizures
  • Snake bites
  • High or low temperature (more than 104 or less than 100 degrees)
  • Unable to urinate or defecate