Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 425-250-7090!
We are always here when you need us.
The veterinarians at Animal Emergency Hospital Of Redmond are committed to providing pets and clients with care that is exceptional, personal and convenient. We believe in listening to and partnering with referring veterinarians to provide the best quality of care and service for the patient, the client, and the referring veterinarian.
There will be a doctor and staff on duty at all times to handle any and all emergency, medical and surgical cases. Your veterinarian will receive a written report after every visit, so that continuity of care will be ensured.
We will NOT perform general practice services such as vaccinations, dental prophylaxis or preventative care. This general care should be done by your regular veterinarian.
Our goal is to work in partnership with your referring veterinarian, to provide complete and timely medical care for your pet.
We are always ready to serve the greater Seattle area including: Redmond, Bellevue, Kirkland, Issaquah, Sammamish, Fall City, North Bend, Bothell, Woodinville, Carnation, Duvall, etc.
Redmond Veterinarian | Animal Emergency Hospital Of Redmond | 425-250-7090
16421 Cleveland Street. Suite H.
Redmond, WA 98052
Thank you for your loving care of our pooch Mandy. She gave us a good scare but your calm and caring support for her did not go unnoticed. We hope not to have to come in except to say hello but if we do need help with our 4-legged family we will be back in a heartbeat. Thank you! Mandy is doing great.
- Jodi & Ted C. Redmond, WA
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