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Urgent Care .

Urgent Care

The best for your pet.

Urgent Care .

Dr. Venkat Gutta and Dr. Sri in St. John's, FL are passionate about providing top-quality emergency veterinary care for St. John's County. Their dedication is one of the reasons St. John's AAH has become the veterinary hospital that pet owners throughout St John's turn to in their time of greatest need.

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Choosing an emergency animal hospital

Every moment counts when your furry best friend is ill or injured. Here are some reasons caring owners choose us as their emergency pet clinic:

  • Both St. John's Affordable Animal Hospital offices are open extended hours to be available when you need us.
  • Our practice does not charge an emergency veterinarian service fee for weekend visits.
  • We are equipped to receive client transfers from overnight emergency veterinary facilities, allowing us to provide continued care and observation of your pet.
  • Our animal emergency center is well-prepared to handle illnesses, injuries, accidents, toxicities, and an extensive range of other urgent care situations with state-of-the-art equipment.
  • We do our best to offer affordable critical care services through our wellness programs for dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens.
  • We accept payment by cash, check, CareCredit, and all major credit cards.
Reputable emergency vet care means peace of mind for you

In an emergency situation, having a calm, caring, and skilled team to assist in decisions and treatment of your pet is an essential element. You can count on the St. John's AAH team to provide it. Emergency and critical care for your much-loved pet is only a phone call away. Our compassionate and knowledgeable staff provides first aid guidance by telephone while the medical team prepares for your visit. If you must leave your pet in our care, you return home knowing that your pet will continue to receive the gentle handling, monitoring, and observation necessary for a speedy recovery.

This page only includes information on emergency and critical care services and does not provide any form of emergency veterinary advice.