Welcome to Perth Vet Emergency
24 Hour Emergency and Critical Care Vet Services

Contact Details

Unit 3, 162
Wanneroo Road,
Yokine, WA, 6060

P: 1300 040 400
E: reception@pve.net.au

Operating Hours

Open 24 Hours
Open 24 Hours
Public Holidays:
Open 24 Hours

No appointment is required.

Perth Vet Emergency is an emergency and critical care hospital for small animals. Our team of emergency veterinarians and nurses are here 24 hours to help both you and your pet when you most need them. We’re available to offer veterinary treatment to all companion animals when their General Practitioner is closed.

24 Hour Emergency and Critical Care Vet Services When You Need It

No appointment is necessary. We see all pets as fast as we can in priority of the severity of their injury or illness. The most critical patients must be seen as a priority. If your pet is critical, please contact us prior to your arrival so we’re adequately prepared.

Due to the nature of our speciality, we do not provide vaccinations, microchipping, non-emergency desexing or treatments that can be scheduled with your pet’s GP. If you would like more information about caring for your pets, please have a chat to our friendly staff about the PVE First Aid Book available for purchase.

Our Vision

We seek to set the highest possible standard for Emergency and Critical Care veterinary medicine in Australia.

Our Mission

We provide high quality emergency and critical care services for small animals, whilst maintaining a close relationship with their general practice veterinarians. Our specialised team strives to provide a friendly, compassionate and helpful experience.

When should you visit our pet hospital?

You know your pet better than anyone and you should trust your instincts if you suspect your pet isn’t well. The Perth Vet Emergency recommends you seek professional help from your general practitioner or call directly the Perth Veterinary Emergency.

Some common signs of illness include vomiting, diarrhea, no appetite, lethargy, or sleepiness. Urgent problems are not limited to but can include breathing difficulty, a swollen tummy, choking, unconsciousness, seizures or discomfort. If in doubt, it’s always best to have your pet assessed; even if only for reassurance that they are OK.

Contact us for advice or information

Feel free to call the Perth Vet Emergency Clinic during the day or after hours to speak to one of our friendly staff.