If you are in need of an emergency vet during office hours, we are fully equipped to help with all of your emergency and critical care needs. If you find that you need emergency assistance after hours, we recommend Veterinary Emergency Clinic of Central Florida and Animal Emergency Hospital Volusia. They are available when we are closed and we trust them for quality care! In the event you have to visit the emergency clinic we can get the records so we can follow up if your pet needs further care.

Please note: we are an appointment-based pet hospital. Emergency, urgent, or last-minute visits are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to see you and your pet the same day, and if necessary, may refer you to a local emergency facility instead.

For your convenience, we have provided the contact and website information for the after-hours locations here.

During Business Hours

Pine Ridge Pet Clinic
Get Directions | Phone: 407-323-9743

Hours of Operation
Mon – Fri: 8am-6pm
Sat: 8am-3pm
Sun: Closed

After Business Hours

Veterinary Emergency Clinic of Central Florida
Get Directions | Phone: 407-644-4449

Open Daily: 6pm-7:30am


After Business Hours

Animal Emergency Hospital Volusia
Get Directions | Phone: 386-252-0206

Open 24/7/365


Emergency Vet Services in Deltona, FL

If your pet experiences a serious injury or illness you want to have fast access to high-quality emergency vet care to begin immediate treatment. When the unexpected happens, Pine Ridge Pet Clinic is standing by to receive your pet and administer the best in emergency vet care. Our clinic is equipped with a state-of-the-art surgical suite and diagnostic lab and a staff of highly qualified veterinarians and technicians ready to provide the following emergency services.

  • Emergency surgery
  • Digital radiography
  • In-house laboratory tests
  • Diagnostic tests and analysis
  • Oxygen, blood pressure, and ECG monitoring
  • Pain management
  • Thermal support

Symptoms Of A Pet Emergency

Often the signs of a physical condition requiring emergency vet care are obvious, such as serious bleeding and/or broken bones from a traffic accident, animal attack, or some other incident, but sometimes the signs of a condition requiring emergency treatment are more subtle. It’s important for you as a pet owner to familiarize yourself with these symptoms of a possible health emergency so you can take quick action and get your pet to the Pine Ridge Pet Clinic for immediate treatment.

  • Unusual body temperature changes, below 98 degrees or above 105
  • Rapid or weak pulse
  • Seizures
  • Pale gums
  • Vomiting blood or blood in the stool
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Heatstroke symptoms – vomiting, rapid pulse, excessive panting, lethargy
  • Dehydration symptoms – often severe diarrhea

Gastric Dilatation Volvulus (GDV)

GDV, or severe stomach bloating and twisting caused by excessive gas accumulation, is a serious physical condition that can occur in dogs. Symptoms include a hunched-over appearance and repeated unsuccessful attempts to vomit. Stomach swelling can close the abdominal arteries and cause death within an hour due to organ damage from lack of blood circulation. If your dog shows signs of GDV it’s vital to bring them to your vet immediately for emergency care.

Stabilizing Your Pet In An Emergency

Knowing how to perform basic first aid to stabilize your pet before or during transport to the Pine Ridge Pet Clinic can save their life.

  • Bleeding – Apply pressure to the wound and elevate the limb
  • Choking – Try reaching into the throat to remove the instruction or administer sharp blows to the chest to expel it
  • CPR – Place your pet on their side, hold their mouth closed, and blow through the nostrils every three seconds

If your pet needs emergency vet care the Pine Ridge Pet Clinic is ready to respond. If possible give us a call to alert us that you’re on your way.