24 hour emergency care


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Health problems in our animals can happen anytime, day or night. The OSU Veterinary Medical Hospital in Stillwater is staffed and ready to respond to emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Veterinarians are standing by to care for all species of animals, from dogs, cats, and horses, to food animals, wildlife and exotics. Animal owners and referring veterinarians know that around the clock staffing will insure immediate contact with a doctor and support staff, which is so valuable in those late night emergencies. With a wide range of diagnostic procedures available, patients can be assessed quickly and treatment started right away. Emergency patients can be stabilized overnight in the fully equipped intensive care unit, or undergo surgical procedures at any hour, if needed. Whether the emergency is a dog hit by a car, a cat with a blocked urinary tract, a lacerated horse, a cow having trouble giving birth, or a chinchilla having seizures, the veterinarians at OSU are standing by to provide the best care possible for your animal, all the time, every day.