We recommend the following emergency facilities and reference centers. Please bookmark these at your convenience.
First Regional Animal Hospital Emergency Service
1233 W. Warner Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
"The excellent veterinary and support Personnel of First Regional Animal Hospital offer 24 hour emergency and intensive care for our patients 365 days a year. We work closely with the staff of First Regional to coordinate our after hours care, so if you have an after hours emergency that should be seen now, we highly encourage you to call them now and they will follow up with us shortly." – Dr. Walker
Animal Poison Control Center – ASPCA
$50.00 on your credit card
|"The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center is the premier animal-oriented poison control center in North America. It’s the best resource in case of a poisoning emergency." – Dr. Walker|
For over 25 years, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center has been the premier animal poison control center in North America. The center, an allied agency of the University of Illinois, is the only facility of its kind staffed by 25 veterinarians including 4 board-certified veterinary toxicologists and 10 certified veterinary technicians. Located in Urbana, Illinois, the specially trained staff provides assistance to pet owners and specific analysis and treatment recommendations to veterinarians pertaining to toxic chemicals and dangerous plants, products or substances 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In 2002, the center handled over 73,000 cases. In addition, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center provides extensive veterinary toxicology consulting on a wide array of subjects including legal cases, formulation issues, product liability, regulatory reporting and bio surveillance. To reach the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, call (888) 426-4435. For more information on the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center visit www.apcc.aspca.org.
Emergency Animal Rescue – EAMT
(602) 997-7585, Ext. 2073
Animal Cruelty or Animal Distress – 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. daily – Anonymous Call
|A division of the Arizona Humane Society, Emergency Animal Rescue is a special crew of dedicated Emergency Animal Medical Technicians trained to investigate suspected cases of animal cruelty or animal distress.
(602) 997-7585, Ext. 2073
To report animal cruelty or an animal in distress, call: (602) 997-7585, Ext. 2073. If you suspect an animal is the victim of cruelty – or if you know of any animal in distress – call for an AHS Emergency Animal Medical Technician (EAMT) at (602) 997-7585, Ext. 2073. These specially trained EAMT’s are available to investigate suspected cases of animal cruelty, and provide emergency rescue services, from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily. There is no fee and you can remain anonymous.