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Welcome to East Valley Emergency Pet Clinic

Your Emergency Veterinarian in Diamond Bar, CA
Call us at (800) Pet-ER20 or (909) 861-5737

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Welcome to East Valley Emergency Pet Clinic! We take great pride in our emergency and urgent pet care to the residents of Diamond Bar CA. We also serve West Covina, Chino Hills, Glendora California and the surrounding communities. Our professional veterinary staff offers a full line of emergency and urgent care services to handle every type of pet emergency imaginable.

East Valley Emergency Pet Clinic: Fully Trained & Equipped to Provide Quality Patient Care

Our facility and staff are capable of handling almost any type of pet emergency possible. We are open when most veterinary offices are closed. We understand how frustrating it is to need to see a medical professional when an accident occurs or a severe illness strikes and no place is open. We have a full service radiography and ultrasound department, surgical rooms, on-site laboratory and pharmacy at our facility. This makes it easier to assess your pet's condition and begin treatment immediately. Our staff understands that when it comes to pets, they are part of the family. We also realize that in severe cases, time is of the essence and the more time wasted in waiting in line can be costly to the pet. This is why we strive to be the fast and most efficient at what we do.

Is This An Emergency?

Emergencies of every nature are covered at our facility. We have the capability to care for your pet using innovative technology and state of the art diagnostic tools. Our staff is experienced in emergency pet care. A few of the medical emergencies we are capable of treating include:

    • Excessive Bleeding
    • Wild Animal Bite Wounds
    • Heatstroke/ Dehydration
    • Auto Injury
    • Toxic Ingestion
    • Severe Vomiting or Diarrhea
    • Pain or Severe Anxiety

No matter what the emergency, we have state of the art diagnostic equipment that we can use to help us determine the extent of the injury or illness. With the information we gather from the diagnostic tests, we can devise a treatment plan to help reduce pain and discomfort, helping your pet get back on the road to good health. In some cases, an overnight stay may be required so our veterinary staff can monitor your pet's condition. We will do everything possible to make sure your pet has everything it needs during the recovery process.

Contact Us When Your Regular Veterinarian is Closed

East Valley Emergency Pet Clinic is available when most veterinary clinics are closed, as a full-service Emergency Veterinarian in Diamond Bar, California. We are in close proximity to Chino Hills, West Covina, Glendora California and the surrounding communities. An appointment isn't necessary when you come to our office. Emergencies don't occur on a schedule so we make sure we are available when other places aren't. 

At East Valley Emergency Pet Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Diamond Bar Veterinarian | East Valley Emergency Pet Clinic | (909) 861-5737

938 N Diamond Bar Blvd
Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

6:00 pm-8:00 am

Tuesday:

6:00 pm-8:00 am

Wednesday:

6:00 pm-8:00 am

Thursday:

6:00 pm-8:00 am

Friday:

6:00 pm

Saturday:

All Day

Sunday:

All Day

  • Meet The Team

    I love coming to work everyday! Ever since I started working here at East Valley Emergency Pet Clinic I have been reading and learning as much as I can about pet health and well being. Now my pets and I are living a healthier life and can pass my knowledge and experience to other families so they too can discover wellness!

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  • "I had a great experience at this clinic. The staff and the vet were extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful. I'm glad that I found an emergency clinic with a great staff that cares about the animals."
    - / Diamond Bar, CA

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