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Emergency Veterinary Services

An emergency is stressful, and almost always unexpected.  If your companion is experiencing an emergency, please contact us.  We will discuss the case with you, and either have you bring them in for assessment, or we may recommend that you head to a 24-hour facility.     

If it is after hours, you have a few options: 

Huronia Veterinary Emergency Clinic
391 Dunlop Street West, Barrie
Phone: 705 722-0377 

Smart Vet
Is an on-line veterinary service, that can help triage your emergency, or book a consultation with a veterinarian
Click the link below to check it out.
Or call: 

Animal Poison Control (ASPCA)
For a paid consultation. They will instruct you as to whether you need to proceed to an emergency facility.
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: 1-

Pet Poison Helpline at 1-855-764-7661.

What is considered an emergency? 

Bleeding, difficulty breathing, pale mucous membranes, coughing/wheezing, difficulty birthing, seizures, inability to walk, straining to urinate or defecate, smoke inhalation, animal attack or trauma, extreme onset lethargy, imbalance, twitching, bloated abdomen, ingestion of toxin, and others.