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Emergency Care For Your Pet

We recommend that you call your veterinarian immediately. You may need to find out if they provide after-hours care.

The Animal Emergency Clinic of McLean County was established by local veterinarians to provide emergency veterinarian care when local clinics are closed. They are located at 2505 E. Oakland Avenue, Bloomington. Phone: (309) 665-5020, Fax: (309) 665-5021

This emergency clinic can perform surgeries, onsite x-rays, lab tests, and provide immediate care as needed. It is not meant to provide routine care. Pets undergoing treatment will need to be either picked up or taken to their regular veterinarian during closed hours.

University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Patients are often referred by local veterinarians because of their extensive facilities and expertise. Anyone may use their services.

More than 12,000 small animal patients receive care at U of I's Veterinary Teaching Hospital's Small Animal Clinic. Their specialized diagnostic equipment, such as nuclear imagining, X-ray, CT scanner, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging machines, help identify your animal's medical problem. One of the state's three diagnostic laboratories is located at the College, providing rapid test results to assist in diagnosis.

Specialty services in the Small Animal Clinic includes: acupuncture, acute illness and critical care services, anesthesiology, cardiology, community practice, dentistry, dermatology, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, and surgery.

Hours are weekdays 8:30 am - 6:30 pm.
The Small Animal Clinic is located at 1008 West Hazelwood Drive, Urbana.
Appointment Hotline: (217) 265-5163 (8:30 am - 4:30 pm)
Phone Number & Emergency Services: (217) 333-5300

Toxic Plants

Visit our Toxic Plants webpage for information on common house plants that can be dangerous to pets!

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