Mon-Sat: 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Emergencies: Open 24/7

(253) 851-7387
3316 56th Street Suite 104,
Gig Harbor, WA 98335


Having An Emergency?

  • If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please call us immediately at (253) 851-7387.
  • If your pet got into a toxic substance, call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: (888) 426-4435

  • Fill out a new client form before you arrive, if possible.

  • Your pet will be triaged when you arrive.
Call Us At (253) 851-7387

Open 24/7
7 Days a Week

We offer urgent and emergency care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the community of Gig Harbor and beyond. Our facility combines general practice care with evening, weekend, and holiday urgent and emergency care services. We have expanded our pet care team to include seasoned emergency care doctors and technicians. We are open to the public and take walk-ins. Our full-service staff can support patients that require 24-hour supervision for fluid and oxygen support, constant rate infusions for pain or DKA management, seizure watch, urgent surgery, and more. Consider utilizing us for less urgent matters such as 24-hour glucose monitoring and hospitalized boarding of patients with special needs.

Please keep in mind that emergency appointment wait times are long right due to many factors including a recent increase in pet ownership and veterinary staff shortages. Our team appreciates your patience while we work through these challenges and know that we are committed to providing efficient and high-quality veterinary care to pets in need.


Full in house diagnostic, access to many veterinary specific outside laboratories for specialized panels.


Digital radiology, digital dental radiology and access to a board certified veterinary radiologist for review.


Two well-equipped operating rooms and staff specially trained in all aspects of anesthesia and surgical procedures.

Critical Care

Veterinary critical care is a specialty that provides life-saving intervention and treatment for the most critical pets.


We will first evaluate your pet’s airway, breathing, circulation, and level of consciousness. Once we have stabilized your pet we can begin initial emergency treatment.


Pets are part of the family, and learning important first aid and pet CPR allows you to best care for your cat or dog.

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