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Question DetailsAsked on 5/29/2011

Night time veterinary care?

Does anyone know of a veterinary faciilty in the Toledo, Ohio area that offers nighttime care for pets? Thanks

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I don't know about your area, but every place I have lived, if you call the normal vet clinic, they can give you the after hours emergency number. If you call the normal clinic after hours, it is likely on their answering machine.

If you meant just nighttime boarding, most vets board animals overnight.

If you meant that you mostly work nights and need regular care cause that is when you are up, unfortunately, I never found that in two states. So far, I have found that people who are awake at night and sleep during the day have to fit into everyone else's schedule, as they are quite unlikely to accomodate yours. However, you might find one that has later hours on certain days of the week. Best bet is to call around.

Answered 9 years ago by Mister E Bunny


Thanks. We have an emergency clinic in Toledo, but it requires that pets be moved to your own vet's when the sun comes up. If the dog is in critical condition, as my sister's was, you have to carry it out yourself on a stretcher, which probably stresses the pet. Just wondering if there was a veterinarian that offers active care at night, where the pet is monitored in case something goes wrong and the vet is at the scene. I'm sure they have some here, but vets don't advertise so I thought someone would know if their own vet offers this. Thanks for answering my post.

Answered 9 years ago by doglover

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