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Emergency Care

Because of our flexible and convenient hours, we have received referrals from scores of veterinary hospitals around the area who are not open during the late evening or early morning. These referrals come to us because area professionals know that we can provide quality, humane, and professional vet services using the latest techniques and technology.

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We provide treatment for the following emergencies

Poisoning

Pets often ingest toxic chemicals from household products like antifreeze or pesticides or even from food or plants that are poisonous for pets. At Crossroads Animal Emergency, we offer treatment for the ingestion of toxins that are designed to make your pet as comfortable as possible and treat the cause of the problem.

Trauma from vehicles or falls

Pets can be hit by vehicles, fall from heights or otherwise sustain trauma. If your pet needs immediate attention, Crossroads Animal Emergency can provide it. We offer care that focuses on not only treating the injury but also making the pet comfortable immediately and communicating with you responsibly about your options.

Seizures

If your pet is prone to seizures, you know that they can occur at any time of the day or night. If your pet has never had a seizure before but suddenly suffers one, it can be a frightening experience for you both. To be sure that your pet has the treatment it needs when your regular vet is closed, visit Crossroads Animal Emergency for help.

Bite wounds

Animals sometimes bite each other, and when they do, immediate treatment may be in order. Your pet may suffer a bite from another pet or from a wild animal; either way, Crossroads Animal Emergency can treat the wound and give you advice on what to do to protect your pet against diseases as well as provide pain relief.

Broken bones

Pets can break legs or other bones quickly, whether from being hit by a vehicle or from some other accident. At Crossroads Animal Emergency, we can help you ensure that your pet’s broken bone is treated properly in the shortest possible time and that pain is not an issue.

Allergic reactions

If your pet has allergies, an attack could occur at any time if the pet is exposed to a substance to which it is sensitive. Crossroads Animal Emergency is ready to help with treatments designed to alleviate allergy suffering.

Complications from pregnancy or birth

If your pregnant pet goes into labor and is in distress, Crossroads Animal Emergency is here to help ensure safe delivery.

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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