Emergency Veterinary Services

There when you need us most.


Are you experiencing an emergency?

ABC is vital for life: Airway, Breathing, Circulation. Make sure that your pets’ AIRWAY does not appear obstructed, that your pet is BREATHING, that the heart is beating and CIRCULATION of the blood is happening.

Apply compression to stop any flow of blood.

The gums of your pet should be pink – this indicates that ABC is functioning. Lift your pet’s upper lip and notice the colors, pink is good. You should do this often to establish what is normal for your pet. In this way, you will better be able to know what is NOT normal.

For our hospital clients:

During normal business hours CALL one of our hospitals. We can handle most urgent care conditions and in a true emergency, stabilize your pet for the trip to local pet ER – getting supportive treatment started sooner is better. Call first to ensure a doctor is available and will have the time to see your pet. We are NOT a 24-hour fully staffed emergency facility. We do NOT do emergency surgeries. All surgeries are scheduled!

For our house call clients:

If you believe your pet has a life-threatening condition, call or go directly to the nearest emergency hospital, here are some in our service area.

The Life Center - Emergency and Referral Center

Valley Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center

South Paws Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center

The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine

Artemis Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Services

Prince William Emergency Veterinary Clinic

Large Animal Emergencies:

House Paws Farm Calls sees large animal emergencies ANYTIME: Call 703-264-7879 for the number to reach the large animal on-call veterinarian.

Other options for especially important or valuable animals that require specialized medical and nursing care beyond what an owner in their own facilities are able to provide are:

New Bolton Center at the University of Pennsylvania

An excellent choice for any farm animal

New Bolton Center is near Kennett Square, PA and can be easily reached from Loudoun County in about 3 hours with a trailer and is available 24/7 365 days per year. The range of specalties, supporting residents, interns, nursing staff and students is especially impressive.

Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine

The Virginia Tech Large Animal Hospital in Blacksburg, VA is another good choice for large animal hospitalization needs as well. Blackburg can be reached from Loudoun County is about 3 hours and 45 minutes.

We mention these options as many area private equine facilities only accept horses.

We have two locations and an in-home service.

We proudly serve pets in Lovettsville, Round Hill, and mobile services all over Northern Virginia. To contact us or request an appointment, find the location nearest you below.