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Emergency Veterinary Service


505 Commerce Way, Jupiter, FL 33458

In Case Of Emergency: Remain calm. Assess the situation. Remove the animal from any chance of further harm. BE CAREFUL – even a loving pet may bite and scratch when in pain.

Our Emergency Services are open! Our hours are Weekdays 5:30 PM – 7:30 AM, and Weekends/Holidays 24 hours a day.

Our Emergency Service is compassionate and professional and provides the highest standard of care for your special pets. We also continue to be available for specialty service appointments for your clients during weekday hours.

When you dial our number, 561-741-4041, explain the problem to our Technician. Calling before you bring your pet in for treatment will give our staff time to prepare for your individual situation and requirements, and, also enable them to give you instructions for transport, if necessary.

When you arrive at JPESC, we will examine and treat your pet as promptly as possible. Life threatening emergency cases will be treated first, regardless of order of arrival. Unfortunately, this may interrupt an examination in progress or cause a less critical patient to wait. Please be assured that our staff will work as quickly as possible to attend to all patients.

Additional Information

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In an emergency situation, always remember to remain calm and think clearly. This will aid your focus on obtaining the help your pet needs faster and more efficiently. We are here for you 24/7, so don’t hesitate to contact us.

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