Emergency Vet Care in Lansing, MI

Pennsylvania Veterinary Care offers emergency vet care services during our regular business hours. As your primary care veterinarian, we already know your pet, and can get them fast care that’s already personalized to their needs. Plus, we’re able to offer quality follow-up care after your pet’s urgent care services.

In the event your pet needs urgent care after-hours when we are closed, please contact our referral emergency animal hospital.

emergency vet in lansing, mi: lab dog with first aid kit

After-Hours Emergency Vet Care

Please contact our referral 24/7 emergency vet if we are unable to assist in your pet’s urgent care.

MSU Small Animal Clinic

736 Wilson Road
East Lansing, MI

Greater Lansing Veterinary Center

1290 West Grand River Ave. Ste. 500
Williamston, MI 48895

Recognizing a Cat or Dog Emergency

If your pet experiences any of the following, it is an emergency, and they need immediate medical attention:

  • Traumatic injuries (hit by a car, falling from a great height, etc.)
  • Bleeding from the eyes, ears, nose, or mouth
  • Vomiting/diarrhea for more than 24 hours
  • Deep wounds that won’t stop bleeding
  • Blood in vomit, urine, or stool
  • Encounter or fight with a wild animal
  • Difficulty or inability to urinate
  • Pressing head against the wall (indicates a neural problem)
  • Ingestion of a known toxin
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Seizures
  • Bloated abdomen that feels hard to the touch
  • Unable to walk or stand
  • Fever (ears and nose feel hot)
  • Eye injuries

If you are ever concerned about your pet’s health for any reason, please reach out to us at (517) 393-8010 and we’ll be happy to help.