Can a pet emergency occur when the vet is closed?
We work in partnership with more than 1000 daytime veterinary practices in 56 locations, opening our clinics when theirs close, to ensure that pets across the country can access the best possible emergency care, day or night. Pet emergencies can happen at any time — including when your regular vet is closed.
Are there any out of hours Vets for pets?
That’s why our nationwide network of out-of-hours pet emergency clinics are open through the night, at weekends and on bank holidays, so we’re ready and waiting to provide expert, pet emergency care when your regular vet is having some time off.
Where can I get 24 / 7 veterinary care?
Next time your animal requires veterinary care, turn to us, 24/7. Our pet & large animal emergency teams work around-the-clock to provide your animal with the best veterinary care in any situation. From routine examinations to specialty care, we are fully prepared to treat cats, dogs and exotic animals.
Is the UW veterinary hospital open for business?
UW Veterinary Care is currently open for business; however, staffing is limited. We are doing our best to accommodate clients’ needs, but the number of appointments and ER cases that we can care for is lower than our pre-COVID capacity. Read more about current hospital operations.
Are there any veterinary hospital posts on Facebook?
Sometimes, it can be tough to come up with ideas for posts to share on Facebook. If you’re feeling a little stumped, we’ve compiled some great post ideas that real veterinary practices are sharing on Facebook to get your creative juices flowing. We like to see veterinary hospitals reaching out on social to help clients find missing pets.
Where can I find veterinary Fun fact Friday?
You can find some ideas from common Twitter hashtags for every day of the week, or you can make your own, like Seiler Animal Hospital’s Fun Fact Friday! No list of Facebook posts for veterinary practices would be complete without a post about an animal being adorable.
How to get word out about a veterinary clinic?
Most veterinary clinics have animals at one time or another that need adopting. One of the best ways to get the word out and encourage adoption is to post about the pet on social. This helps you reach not only current pet owners but also people who are looking to become first-time pet owners.
Where to find a veterinarian in Augusta GA?
If you are looking for a veterinarian in Augusta, GA, then rely on Paradise Animal Hospital. We are here to take care of all the animals who live in the local area. If you would like to learn more about us or to schedule an appointment, call us today at 706-860-4544.