Sierra Pet Clinic is equipped to handle urgent medical conditions as well as trauma cases. Our experienced doctors, technicians, oxygen and fluid support systems, radiographic and in-house lab capabilities are at the ready to aid in a speedy diagnosis, treatment and recovery for your sick or injured pet. Please keep in mind that our facility does not offer overnight emergency or ongoing critical care. If your dog or cat is in need of overnight care you will be referred to a facility that can provide such services.
Emergency patients will always receive top priority and we thank our clients in advanced for their understanding and patience with this policy. We will gladly see emergencies Monday through Saturday during our regular business hours of 8:00 am – 6:00 pm.
Tip: We know it’s not always possible in stressful emergency situations however if you are able it’s always helpful to call ahead and let the hospital know if you are bringing your pet in on emergency.
For after-hours emergencies please contact either hospital listed below.
Animal Emergency Center of Reno: 775-851-3600
Located at: 6425 S. Virginia St. Reno NV. From 395 south take the Neil Rd. Exit (Exit #62) and turn east. Turn into the first shopping center to the South.
Fridays 6pm to Mondays 8am
Holidays- 24 hours
Holidays include: New Year’s Day , Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Donner Truckee Veterinary Hospital: 530-587-0881
Located at: 9701 State Highway 267 Truckee CA 96161
When using a GPS location device punch in 9701 N. Shore Blvd, Truckee CA 96161
Winter months Labor Day through Memorial Day
Fridays 6pm – 9am Saturday
Saturday 6pm – 9am Monday
Summer Months Memorial Day through Labor Day
Open Evenings and Weekends 6pm through the following morning at 9am.
Open Holidays please check with Donner Truckee on which Holidays are included.
Animal Poison Control: 888-426-4435
The Poison Control Hotline is available 24 hrs a day to help you determine if your pet is in any danger from injestion of a substance. If you have any concern that your dog or cat may have eaten something they shouldn't, call Poison Control immediately.
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