Urgent Care for Your Dogs & Cats in Rolling Hills Estates
Pet emergencies come in many forms: sudden illness, an accident, a serious injury, or complications after surgery.
Identifying the Cause
Getting to the source of your pet’s problem is essential to successful treatment. Our doctor is a skilled veterinarian with years of experience in diagnostics and veterinary surgery. In addition, she has an excellent relationship with area specialists for patients requiring consultations and advanced services.
Count on Peninsula Center Pet Hospital for personal attention and a commitment to compassionate veterinary care.
What Is a True Emergency?
Perhaps your pet is demonstrating unusual symptoms or seems to be injured but not in much pain. You are encouraged to call us for guidance or to discuss a problem. By asking a few questions, our veterinarian will be able to advise you of the most appropriate course of action.
It may be helpful to learn some of the basics of pet first aid. The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) offers these emergency guidelines. During an actual emergency, however, we encourage you to contact our hospital at once.
Pet Emergencies After Hours
When you have a pet emergency after regular hospital hours, we encourage you to call us:
- Peninsula Center Pet Hospital: (310) 377-6761(310) 377-6761
- Dr. Herrera’s mobile number: (310) 480-7178
- Dr. Herrera’s home number: (310) 519-7521
We can provide immediate advice and guidance over the phone or direct you to an animal emergency facility when needed.
For future reference, we invite you to visit the websites and store the phone numbers and directions for these local emergency facilities: