We Treat Pet Emergencies:
Dogs, Cats, Birds, and Exotics in the Southwest Suburbs

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The Animal Clinic of Romeoville provides full service veterinary care when you have a pet emergency. From exotic and pocket pets to sick puppies and kittens, our team is prepared to assess and treat your special companions when they are sick or injured.

Call Us During a Pet Emergency

Never hesitate to call our clinic when you have a concern about your pet. During business hours, you may bring in your sick or injured pet immediately for an emergency exam and treatment.

If possible, please call to inform us when bringing your pet in, so we can prepare for your arrival: (815) 886-0404.

Hospital Hours for Animal Clinic of Romeoville

We are open Mondays through Saturdays to serve you. Our hospital hours are:

  • Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Saturday: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

After Hours Emergency Facilities

When our hospital is closed, we recommend calling the following veterinary emergency facility:

  • Arboretum View Animal Hospital 2551 Warrenville Road
    Downers Grove, IL 60515
    (630) 963-0424
  • ASPCA Poison Control Center
    The ASPCA Poison Control Center is the more comprehensive source for information when your pet may have ingested a potentially toxic substance. The center is open for calls 24 hours a day. Call (888) 426-4435 for assistance.

    There is a $60 consultation fee, and it is helpful to have the following information:

    • The product or toxic substance in question
    • Approximate time of ingestion
    • Amount ingested

During regular business hours, contact Animal Clinic of Romeoville:
(815) 886-0404

What Constitutes a Veterinary Emergency?

These common symptoms may indicate your pet is experiencing a veterinary emergency. Contact us at once if you see the following:

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Inability to stand or walk
  • Eye problems
  • Loss of appetite for more than two days
  • Profuse diarrhea or vomiting
  • Seizures, excessive salivation, or exposure to poisons (rat poison, plants, antifreeze, etc.)
  • Abnormalities/difficulties giving birth
  • Straining or inability to urinate
  • Bloated abdomen
  • Large open wounds
  • Burns
  • Known ingestion of any medications not intended for your pet
  • Known ingestion of potentially harmful foods (chocolate, grapes/raisins, onions, bones, gum, etc.)
  • Known ingestion of foreign objects (strings, needles, toys, socks, batteries, coins, rocks, etc.)

Whenever you suspect a medical problem, call our clinic at (815) 886-0404 for instructions.