Elmhurst Animal Care Center Provides Emergency Veterinary Care
Pet emergencies can happen at any moment, and when they do, you can count on us for help. Our hospital is equipped to provide critical and emergency care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Please call our after-hours emergency line at (630) 337-3070 to connect directly with our on-call veterinarian.
Signs of a Veterinary Emergency
If your pet is experiencing any of the following medical emergencies, please contact us immediately:
- Severe bleeding
- Difficulty breathing/shortness of breath
- Inability to urinate or pass feces
- An eye injury
- Ingestion of a poison
- A fractured or broken bone
- Severe diarrhea or vomiting
- Increase or decrease in appetite or thirst
- Loss of consciousness
- Injuries from a dog fight
- Injuries from a car accident
On-Call Emergency Veterinarian
For after-hours emergencies, please contact us at (630) 337-3070 to receive a no-cost phone consultation and to connect directly with our on-call veterinarian. If necessary, our emergency veterinarian will meet with you to provide emergency medical treatment.
We accept walk-ins during our Doctor's Hours to meet your busy lifestyle. If you’d prefer to make an appointment, we offer those too!
News & Events
We Are a Toys for Tots Drop Off Location!
Now through December 15th we are collecting for Toys for Tots! Please feel free to bring in new, unwrapped toys (no stuffed animals or toy weapons, please.)
In addition, we are also collecting new/gently used pet toys that will go to our rescue partners and animals in need.
Collection bins are located in our lobby and can be dropped off during regular business hours. Thank you!
Holiday Hours & Closings!
Holiday Party & Adoption Event!
Join us for our annual Holiday Party & Adoption Event! Bring your pet along for $10 photos with Santa & Mrs. Claus from 9AM - 1PM and meet animals available for adoption from 10AM - 2PM. There will be a bake sale, vendors, raffles and more! All proceeds benefit our rescue partners at Magnificent Mutts & Meows Rescue.