Eagle-Vail Vet Clinic: Edwards Vet Clinic:
Phone: 970.949.4044 Phone: 970.926.3496
 Vail Valley Animal ER 24 Hour Emergency Care

Hours of Services:


STANDARD BUSINESS HOURS:

Standard business vet hours in vail valley8am to 5pm Monday thru Friday at both locations.


24/7 ON-CALL ER HOURS:

24/7 on call Emergency hoursMonday thru Thursday anytime after 5pm (standard business hours) at our Edwards, CO location. 

24/7 on call Emergency hoursPlease call 970.926.3496 to notify the Vet on-call.

24/7 on call Emergency hoursWhen arranged our veterinarian monitors your pet 24 hours a day on premises.


24/7 EMERGENCY CARE HOURS:

24/7 Emergency pet care in vail valleyThe Emergency Clinic hours are Friday 6pm to Monday at 8am Emergency Care on premises at Edwards, CO location. 

24/7 Emergency pet care in vail valleyNo matter when you arrive during this time period we are staffed and ready to care for your pet. 

 

 

Emergency Vet's

Vail Valley Emergency Veterinarian Dr. Charlie Meynier
Dr. Charlie Meynier

 


Pet Care Financing Options From CareCredit at Eagle-Vail Animal Hospital

Vail Valley Animal ER Services & Scheduled Care

24/7 On-Call Availability: 970.926.3496

Vail Valley Animal ER ServicesNew ER location! The Vail Valley Animal ER is now located at our new location in Edwards (next to the Larkburger).
 
"Our vision is to exceed the expectations of our patients and become the premier veterinary emergent care provider in our community."

 

ABOUT VAIL VALLEY ANIMAL ER:

Vail Valley Animal ER provides Quality Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care when you need it. Established four years ago as the sole veterinary emergency clinic in Eagle and Summit Counties. Our emergency practice is the only one of its kind offering 24 hour doctor care and a highly trained support staff on weekends and holidays in a state of the art facility with the most innovative diagnostics available. This means your pet will receive world-class veterinary emergency care with out ever having to leave the valley. We work closely with your regular veterinarian and a group of veterinary specialist, to include cardiology, radiology, orthopedics, and internal medicine, to provide the best care possible when its needed. Providing unsurpassed after-hours veterinary care is our continued commitment to our patients, clients, and referral community. Our emergency veterinary hospital is equipped with latest diagnostics allowing our veterinarians immediate access to test results.

 

THE EMERGENCY PRACTICE OFFERS:

Vail Valley Pet Emergency careFully equipped in house laboratory equipment (hematologic chemistry, CBC, Electrolytes, Coagulation analyzer, Blood gases, Thyroid, Cortisol, and Pancreatic CPL)

Pulse Oximetry Pet Emergency carePulse Oximetry

EKG Vail Valley Pet Emergency careEKG

Non-invasive blood pressure Vail Valley Pet Emergency careNon-invasive blood pressure

Vail Valley Pet Emergency care Separate surgical suiteSeparate surgical suite

Vail Valley Pet Emergency care On-site pharmaciesOn-site pharmacies

Vail Valley Pet Emergency care Digital radiography Digital radiography

Vail Valley Pet Emergency care UltrasonographyUltrasonography

Vail Valley Pet Emergency care Blood bank and transfusion therapyBlood bank and transfusion therapy

Vail Valley Pet Emergency care Oxygen therapyOxygen therapy

Vail Valley Pet Emergency care Critical patient monitoring Critical patient monitoring

Soft tissue emergency surgerySoft tissue emergency surgery

Isolation areasIsolation areas

 

HOURS OF ER SERVICES:

Dr. Meynier and Dr. Suplizio, and all of the Vail Valley Animal ER staff know that when your pet has an emergency it can be a very stressful experience.

Vail Valley Animal ER offers 24 hour emergency care with a doctor on the premises during the hours of 6pm Friday to 8am Monday and all major holidays at our Edward's location next to Larkburger.

Vail Valley Animal Hospital offers 24 hour emergency services by on call veterinarians after standard operating hours of 5 pm on Monday to 8 am on Friday every week, which is provided by Dr. Charlie Meynier and Dr. Tom Suplizio at our Edwards location next to Larkburger.

For additional information on ER services and hours review the information posted on the left column of this page.


LOCATION OF ER SERVICES:

All Vail Valley pet emergencies will be held in Edwards, CO.

We have expanded this location to include the most progressive and cutting edge technologies in animal emergency and critical care medicine for your pet. 24 hour emergency pet services during the week provided by Dr. Charlie Meynier and Dr. Tom Suplizio of Vail Valley  Animal Hospital at our Edwards location next to Larkburger.

 

PAYMENTS FOR ER SERVICES:

Payments are due in full at the time of services.

Acceptable forms of payment include: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Care Credit, and Cash.

We apologize for any inconvenience, but checks and American Express are not accepted.

If you have an emergency please call 970.926.3496

Emergency Pet Symptoms:

Contact us immediately if you notice any of the following symptoms with your pet.

General Pet Emergencies

Contact Vail Valley Animal Hospital and ER if you notice any of the following with your pet.

Vail Pet Emergencies Any problem that persists longer than 24 hours

Vail Pet EmergenciesAny problem that worsens over several hours

Vail Pet EmergenciesAny systemic problems such as lethargy, loss of appetite, weakness and fever

Vail Pet Emergencies Body temperature less than 100 degrees F or greater than 104 degrees F

Vail Pet Emergencies Any indication that more than one body system (gastrointestinal, urinary, respiratory, neurological) is affected

Other Emergencies:

Vail Pet EmergenciesTrauma

Vail Pet EmergenciesLacerations

Gastrointestinal Pet Emergencies

Contact Vail Valley Animal Hospital and ER if you notice any of the following with your pet.

Vail Pet Emergencies Frequent bouts of vomiting or diarrhea resulting in large volumes of fluid

Vail Pet Emergencies Inability to drink or keep water down

Vail Pet Emergencies Blood or black material (digested blood) in the vomit or stool

Vail Pet Emergencies More than three to four episodes of vomiting or diarrhea in a puppy or in a dog older than 8 years

Vail Pet Emergencies Vomiting following suspected ingestion of foreign material (toys, garbage, rocks, etc.)

Vail Pet EmergenciesSuspected poisoning

Vail Pet EmergenciesSuspected bloat

Bleeding Pet Emergencies

Contact Vail Valley Animal Hospital and ER if you notice any of the following with your pet.

Vail Pet Emergencies Bleeding from the nose, mouth, or anus

Vail Pet Emergencies Bleeding accompanied by bruising of the skin, especially on the abdomen

Vail Pet Emergencies Bleeding that cannot be stopped by applying pressure, if blood loss is excessive

Vail Pet Emergencies Weakness, difficulty breathing, or reluctance to move after a bleeding episode

Lameness Pet Emergencies

Contact Vail Valley Animal Hospital and ER if you notice any of the following with your pet.

Vail Pet EmergenciesObvious fracture of a limb

Vail Pet Emergencies Non-weight bearing lameness persisting more than 12 hours

Vail Pet EmergenciesSwollen, painful joints or a gait that appears as if walking on "eggshells"

Vail Pet EmergenciesParalysis of one or more limbs, lameness that initially improves but does not resolve in 24-48 hours

DR. CHARLIE MEYNIER

VAIL VALLEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

VAIL VALLEY ANIMAL ER

Vail Valley Animal Hospital
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