Experiencing a pet emergency? Call us at 562-863-2522 or Get Directions

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We are open all night, every night

When other veterinary offices are closed. We provide 24-hour emergency veterinary care on weekends and holidays.

We offer a comprehensive set of emergency veterinary services for dogs and cats.

We receive referrals from over 80 area veterinary hospitals because we’ve built our reputation on quality care.

Once a diagnosis is reached, the veterinarian will provide you with a treatment plan.


If your pet requires a fairly quick, non-surgical procedure, we can perform the necessary treatment. Once your pet begins to recover, you may be able to continue home care. Our staff will instruct you on how to do this.

If a pet patient needs more extensive treatment, our staff will begin immediately while you wait in the comfort of our lobby. We believe in caring for you as well as your precious pets and provide free wireless, snacks, and Netflix entertainment to ease the waiting. Our veterinary doctors and staff will keep pet owners informed with regular updates.

Pets undergoing certain treatments or surgery may be required to stay overnight for observation and care. Our staff excels at very personalized attention for our patients until they can be released back to the owners to finish their healing at home.



COMMON EMERGENCIES

Common medical emergencies among pets include trauma injuries, ingestion dangers, and unexplained symptoms.

TRAUMA EMERGENCIES

TRAUMA INVOLVES ACCIDENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS


  • Bite wounds
  • Broken bones
  • Burns
  • Distended abdomen
  • Hit by car
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Eye injuries
  • Heatstroke, frostbite
  • Trouble breathing, gagging, choking

TOXICITIES

INGESTION EMERGENCIES INVOLVE EATING OR DRINKING


  • Chocolate, mushrooms, onions
  • House plants
  • Antifreeze
  • Insecticides
  • Rat poison
  • Cleaners
  • Pool chemicals
  • Medication
  • Coins
  • Bones



SYMPTOMS OF EMERGENCIES

UNEXPLAINED SYMPTOMS CAN SIGNAL AN EMERGENCY


  • Disorientation
  • Appetite, behavior or stool changes
  • Couching, sneezing, wheezing
  • Seizures
  • Urinary problems
  • Retching or vomiting
  • Whining, shaking or hiding
  • Weakness

Contact Us

Crossroads Animal Emergency

Location

11057 Rosecrans Ave Norwalk, CA 90650

Clinic Hours

Monday – Friday: Open all night from 6 PM to 8 AM
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays: Open 24 hours