2039 E. Pickard Rd.,

Mount Pleasant, MI 48858

Emergencies and Critical Care

Beginning on July 15, 2022, we will no longer be taking small animal emergencies after 5pm Monday through Thursday.  There will be no change in emergency services for large animals. We will continue to provide emergency services for small animals Friday through Monday morning.   
What are small animals? House animals such as dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, guinnea pigs, rats.
What are large animals? Farm and livestock animals such as cattle, horses, sheep, goats, pigs, etc. 
Our emergency hours will be as follows:
After 5pm Monday through Thursday- CLOSED FOR SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCIES. Large animal emergencies will still be seen.
Friday through Monday 8am- OPEN for small and large animal emergencies.
Fortunatley, there are emergency services available in the surrounding areas. A few places that we recommend are:
1221 Tittabawasee Rd. 
Saginaw, MI 48604
736 Wilson Rd.
East Lansing, MI  48824
1290 W. Grand River Ave.
Suite 500
Williamston, MI 48895
1425 Michigan Street NE
Suite F
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Cedar Creek Veterinary Clinic (not an emergency clinic)
(for exotic and other small animals)
2295 N Williamston Rd.
Williamston, MI 48895
(517) 655-4906

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