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If your pet is experiencing seizures, bleeding or trouble breathing or is unconscious go to a local veterinary immediately.

Pet Poison Helpline

24 Hour Help Line


Veterinary Toxicologists Give Life-Saving Veterinary Medical Advice

The Pet Poison Helpline is made up of a team of dedicated veterinary health professionals and toxicologists to help veterinarians and pet owners to treat potentially poisoned pets, 24 hours a day. Registering a poisoned pet with the Pet Poison Helpline costs just $35. This fee includes expert treatment advice for a variety of pet species including: dogs, cats, birds, small mammals and exotic pets. It also includes follow-up consultations

ASPCA National Animal Poison Control Center


Veterinary Toxicologists Give Life-Saving Veterinary Medical Advice

24 Hour Help Line

The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center is the foremost animal-oriented poison control center in North America. This facility is staffed by 25 veterinarians, 10 veterinarian technicians and 5 veterinary toxicologists, who offer specific treatment advice, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. A consultation fee of $65.00 applies.



949 Area Code

Orange County Pet Emergency Hospitals


Animal Emergency Hospital


1371 Reynolds

(Near the Orange County Airport)

Irvine, California


Advanced Critical Care & Internal Medicine

3021 Edinger Street

(Next to the 5 Freeway and Jamboree blvd)

Tustin , California


VCA - All Care


18440 Amistad Street

(Near the 405 and Euclid)

Fountain Valley, California,  92708


Animal Urgent Care Clinic


28085 Hillcrest

Mission Viejo 92691

(Near Crown Valley and Marguerite)


Central Orange County Emergency Hospital


3720 Campus, Suite D

(Bristol North and Campus Near John Wayne Airport)

Newport Beach, California  92660




714 Area Code

Orange County Pet Emergency Hospitals


Yorba Regional Animal Emergency

714 921. 8700

8290 East Crystal Drive

Anaheim, CA 92807

Orange County Emergency Pet Clinic

(714) 537-3032
12750 Garden Grove Blvd, Garden Grove, CA 92843

North Orange County Pet Clinic
(714) 441-2925

1472 S. Harbor Blvd., La Habra, CA 90631



562 Area Code

Los Angeles County Pet Emergency Hospitals



VCA Lakewood Animal Hospital


10701 South Street

(South Street and Palo Verde Ave)

Cerritos,  California

Crossroads Animal Emergency & Referral Center

(562) 863-2522

11057 Rosecrans Ave, Norwalk, CA 90650






626 Area Code

Los Angeles County Pet Emergency Hospitals



Animal Emergency Clinic of Pasadena

(626) 564-0704
2121 E Foothill Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107


Emergency Pet Hosptial

(626) 579-4550
3254 N Santa Anita Ave, South El Monte, CA 91733






323 Area Code

Los Angeles County Pet Emergency Hospitals



Eagle Rock Emergency Pet Clnc

(323) 254-7382

4254 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90065






310 Area Code

Los Angeles County Pet Emergency Hospitals


Advanced Veterinary Care Specialists


Lawndale, California

Animal Surgical and Emergency Center

Surgery Department: 310.473.5906

24 HOUR EMERGENCY / I.C.U. Dept: 310.473.1561

Radiology and Imaging Dept: 310.473.5906

Cardiology and Internal Medicine Dept: 310.473.1561

Fax: 310.479.8976

1535 South Sepulveda Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 90025

310.473.1561 Radiology & Imaging Dept.: 310.473.5906 Cardiology/Internal Medicine: 310.473.1561


Affordable Animal Emergency

(310) 781-1434
22221 S Vermont Ave, Torrance, CA 90502

Westside Animal Emergency Hospital

(310) 451-8962

Open all Night - Tuesday - Saturday - Closed Sunday and Monday

1304 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Animal Surgical & Emergency Center

(310) 473-1561

1535 S Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025






818 Area Code

Los Angeles County Pet Emergency Hospitals



Pet Medical Center-Chatoak

Veterinary Medical Emergencies Seen Only Until Midnight


17659 Chatsworth Street,  Granada Hills, CA.




818-760- 3882

11730 Ventura Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 91604


Mission Animal Care Center & Animal Emergency Hosp

(818) 363-8143

16907 San Fernando Mission Blvd, Granada Hills, CA 9134


Emergency Veterinary Clinic

(818) 368-5150

17659 Chatsworth St, Granada Hills, CA 91344






909 area

Inland Empire Pet Emergency Hospitals


East Valley Emergency Pet Clnc

(909) 861-5737
938 N Diamond Bar Blvd, Diamond Bar, CA 91765

909 825-9350


Inla 909 931 7871

909 695.5044


909. 931 7871





951 Area Code

Inland Empire Pet Emergency Hospitals



939 West 6th Street

Corona, Ca 92882


Emergencies Seen Until Midnight

24 hour Nursing Care






Vet Medical Information Is  Not Intended To Treat or Self Diagnose. See Your Veterinarian

 Sub-Q Fluid Therapy 

The following is written by DiAnna Pfaff-Martin the founder of Community Animal Network and the Animal Network of Orange County through her personal experience of working and consulting with Orange County veterinarians to help animals survive in emergency situations. 

It is a fact that water sustains life and sick animals and those in critical condition may become dehydrated and require trained veterinary personnel to administer fluid therapy ordered by a veterinarian . Some of Community Animal Network caregivers have been trained to administer fluids in life threatening situations such as treating severe URI's (upper respiratory conditions/colds) if an animal shows signs of being dehydrated and becomes listless. 

Veterinarians also prescribe fluid therapy to their animal patients for their pet-parents to administer at home if they are diagnosed with kidney problems and other conditions that require a scheduled hydration protocol.  

Our organization may administer warm sub-Q fluids to newborn kittens upon rescue if their weakened condition is compromising their life.  This rescue procedure has increased our life-saving ability. 

There are several ways of administering the fluids subcutaneously; one is with an IV line that is connected to the needle and the bag is squeezed to inject the fluids. The other way is to inject with a syringe. Both ways injecting the subcutaneous fluids allow a visible bubble to protrude  at the injection site which is customarily at the shoulder blades. 

Pictured Feline Lactated Ringer (1000 mL Plastic Bag) 

These 1000 ML IV fluid bags contain subcutaneous fluids, which is used for the treatment of dehydration and electrolyte depletion in animals. May be injected intravenously, subcutaneously or intraperitoneally (except horses) using aseptic technique.

This product can be purchased at discounted prices with a prescription from 
Rescue animal organizations working closely with veterinarians have the privilege of purchasing lactated ringers and administer subcutaneously. It is customary to warm the fluids before administering and use different gauge needles as are recommended by the veterinarian.

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