WELCOME TO PERTH VET EMERGENCY
What is an emergency?
Perth Vet Emergency can be contacted to help you answer this question. You can call PVE on 1300 040 400, 24/7 every day of the year. However, during normal working hours, we can only provide advice over the phone and will direct you to your daytime general practice vet for assistance. PVE does not perform any GP services. After 6pm, PVE is open for direct accession emergencies, urgent medical and surgical care and overnight monitoring. Urgent problems that are seen by PVE are wide and varied. You should call us if your pet is showing any abnormal symptoms. These may be subtle signs such as lethargy, vomiting, inappetence or weakness. We also recommend immediate treatment for the obvious emergencies such as trauma and poisonings.
If your pet is injured, uncomfortable, or just not acting normally, call 1300 040 400 when your regular vet is closed.
Please view our "Pet first aid" book (free on this website and on smartphones)for more specific advice of commonly seen problems
Perth Vet Emergency(PVE) is an emergency and critical care hospital for small animals. Our team of emergency vets and nurses are here all night, on weekends and public holidays to help both you and your pet when you most need them.
We seek to set the highest possible standard for Emergency and Critical Care veterinary medicine in Australia.
We provide high quality urgent and critical care services for small animals, whilst maintaining a close relationship with their general practice veterinarians. Our specialized team strives to provide a friendly, compassionate and helpful experience.
Tbc toxic Lilly flower story. My cat now has chronic renal disease but is alive bc i got him to a vet within 6h. he was on fluids for 8days
#isittoxic did you know Lilly flowers are toxic to #cats? Even the water. They cause kidney failure. My cat ate one piece of petal. Tbc