Emergency Vet Clinic in Milpitas, CA
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A Fully Operational Emergency Vet Clinic in Milpitas

At Calaveras Veterinary Clinic, we are able to provide Milpitas with full emergency vet services. During our regular business hours, we can take on any of your pet’s urgent care needs. Our team is a group of professionals who are well-adapted to responding to emergencies.

After-Hours Emergency Vet Care

Please keep in mind that we operate as an emergency animal hospital only during our regular opening hours. If you need urgent care after we have closed for the day, please contact our referral emergency hospitals below.

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United Veterinary Specialty & Emergency

Mountain View

(650) 494-1461

601 Showers Dr.,

Mountain View, CA 94040

San Jose

(408) 578-5622

5406 Thornwood Dr.,

San Jose, CA 95123

Campbell (24/7)*

(408) 371-6252

905 Dell Ave,

Campbell, CA 95008

*Campbell is open 24/7, while both Mountain View and San Jose are open after hours from 6pm – 8am on weekdays, and 24 hours on weekends and holidays.

Beacon Veterinary Specialists (24/7)

(510) 657-6343

1618 Washington Blvd.

Fremont, CA 94539

Cat resting under a blanket after emergency vet care

Signs of a Dog or Cat Emergency

A situation that requires a visit to an emergency vet clinic is not always obvious. Some emergencies happen much more subtly. If you’re ever unsure whether your pet requires urgent medical attention, please don’t hesitate to contact us or one of the after-hours hospitals listed above. We’ll be able to assess your pet’s condition over the phone and can instruct you on whether or not you need to bring them to us.

Some symptoms, however, definitely indicate an emergency and you should bring them to a veterinarian right away.

Emergency signs include:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Excessive panting or rapid breathing
  • Blood in urine, stool, or vomit
  • Excessive vomiting or diarrhea
  • Disorientation or difficulty standing
  • Seizures
  • Blunt force trauma
  • Unconsciousness
  • Change in body temperature

If your pet needs emergency vet care, please call ahead if possible so we can be prepared for you when you arrive.