When you arrive, one of our veterinary nurses will triage your pet and assess the severity of his/her condition. A veterinarian will then examine your pet to determine the nature of the emergency, your pet’s condition, and what further diagnostics and/or treatment are recommended. An estimate is prepared based on this evaluation and, if your pet requires hospitalization, half of the estimated treatment plan is required as a deposit. The balance is to be paid upon discharge.
If your pet is experiencing an issue that requires immediate medical attention, don’t delay! Call our office at (908) 777-8387 today.
“Their care of him and us was kind and compassionate. When we adopted our beloved hound dog about a year later, we chose WVG for her medical care and we have been thrilled with that decision.”Rev. Paula T.
“The veterinarians are very knowledgeable and explain things with great detail and are caring. The staff is awesome as well.”Susan V.
“Dr. Hubbard was AMAZING! She went over diagnostic options and answered all our questions. She helped me really understand what was going on with my baby and what the best course of action was for our baby. She was genuinely a very caring doctor and person.”Vicky H.
“During COVID one of my dogs who is a senior dog got really sick diagnosis unknown however the doctor who treated her figured out the possible issue and 3 years later healthy as ever.”Xiomara S.
“Great doctors all around. In particular, they are great about communicating with each other - so I can see any of the great doctors and they know what has been going on (which makes scheduling appointments a breeze as they're all good choices!)”Melissa B.
If your pet is experiencing any of the following, reach out to our office ASAP:
- Acute abdominal swelling (bloat/GDV)
- Collapse, difficulty standing/walking
- Difficulty breathing
- Electric shock
- Excessive bleeding
- Heat stroke (excessive or loud panting, extreme thirst, vomiting, a bright red tongue and pale gums)
- High or low temperature (including frostbite and heatstroke)
- Inability to urinate or defecate
- Poisoning or toxic ingestion
- Recurrent vomiting or diarrhea
- Repetitive and prolonged seizures
- Bitten by a snake
- Squinting, bulging or painful eyes
- Trauma (hit by car)
Union offers 24-hours emergency and critical care (Thursday - Sunday), onsite diagnostic, hospitalized care (including ICU & Isolation), specialty referral consultations, exotic appointments, wellness and preventive services, surgery, dentistry, and goodbye services. The clinic has caring veterinarians that will provide the best possible care to every pet.
Westfield offers wellness + preventive services, diagnostics, surgery, dentistry, rehabilitation, and goodbye services. 99% of the time we will fit you in the same day. The clinic has a large + diverse amount of services and caring veterinarians that will provide the best possible care to every pet.