Big and Small, We Treat Them All

Get emergency care for your pet in Boulder and Westminster, CO

Whether you have a tiny kitten or a friendly giant of a dog, they're welcome at either of our offices. Boulder Emergency Pet Clinic can provide emergency care for your pet in Boulder, CO. An emergency veterinarian at NorthsideEmergency Pet Clinic can take care of your pet in Westminster, CO.

Why do we have wait times?
Similar to human hospitals, critical patients are seen first. We triage all patients at arrival and treat the most emergent patient immediately. We apologize in advance for any extended wait time that you may experience at one of our locations as we provide the best medical care available to your pet.

What if your pet has to stay overnight?

Sometimes pets may need to be hospitalized to treat their symptoms. We strive to provide the best veterinary care and our hospital is staffed at all times with an emergency veterinarian and nurses. Rest assured, they're in good hands.

We provide:

  • Comfortable kennels with soft, clean bedding
  • Heat therapy if needed
  • Oxygen kennels for pets with respiratory issues
  • IV Fluid therapy
  • Healthy food, water and - for dogs -outside areas

We're fully equipped with an on-site laboratory and pharmacy. Ask us about follow-up care now to learn how we can collaborate with your regular vet.

Some common veterinary emergencies include:

• severe weakness, collapse, or inability to walk
• trouble breathing, excessive panting, gagging, choking, pale or bluish gums
• vomiting and other gastrointestinal disturbances
• distended, swollen or painful abdomen
• non-production retching or vomiting
• acute injuries and trauma, such as bites wounds, lacerations, broken bones, hit by car, snake bite, etc.
• seizures, stroke, and other neurological disturbances
• heat exhaustion
• animals who are unable or have difficulty urinating or defecating
• uncontrolled bleeding from any part of the body
• allergic reactions, hives, facial swelling
• toxin ingestion, including many common items such as xylitol (sweetener), grapes and raisins, chocolate, onions and garlic, certain plants like lilies and poinsettias, rat bait, marijuana or prescription medications. IF YOUR PET CONSUMES SOMETHING TOXIC, PLEASE BRING THE PACKAGING OR CONTAINER IN WITH YOU! It can be extremely helpful in diagnosis and treatment. You can reach -the Pet Poison Hotline at: 1-855-764-7661 or visit their website at
• any unusual symptoms that, in your pet, cause you concern