We will be offering RHDV2 vaccinations for our rabbit patients every third Saturday!

Emergency Pet Care & Disaster Preparedness

Below are some useful resources for pet owners.

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Emergency Pet Care & Disaster Preparedness

At GoldenView Veterinary Hospital, we provide expedient emergency vet care to Golden during our regular business hours. If you are having a pet emergency outside of business hours please call one of the following emergency clinics below.

AVIAN AND EXOTIC EMERGENCIES:

Colorado State University – Veterinary Teaching Hospital
970-297-5000
300 W. Drake Rd, Fort Collins, CO 80525

CAT AND DOG EMERGENCIES:

FOR THE NORTHERN DENVER METRO AREA:
Animal Critical Care & Emergency Services (ACCESS)
303-239-1200
2201 Wadsworth Blvd., Lakewood, CO 80214
http://animalcriticalcare.com/

Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital / Wheat Ridge Veterinary Specialists
303-424-3325
3695 Kipling Street, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
http://www.wheatridgeanimal.com/

FOR THE SOUTHERN DENVER METRO AREA:

Central Veterinary Emergency Services
303-874-7387
3550 South Jason St., Englewood, CO 80110
http://www.vrcc.com/

Poison Control

Visit the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN AND KIT:

It is important to consider how you can quickly evacuate your pets in an emergency. Discuss a plan with your family and have a kit ready to go and easily accessible. Start with a plastic bin to hold the items together. Items to add:

  • Blankets and towels
  • Leash/collar
  • 2-3 day supply of pets own food(s) – if possible vacuum seal dry foods and date to preserve freshness
  • Treats
  • A favorite toy or two if desired
  • Gallon jug of water
  • Disposable dishes
  • If your pet is on daily medication, include 2-3 days’ worth. Be sure to label and date.
  • Emergency numbers – for a veterinary clinic, boarding facility.

Have carriers ready to go for your smaller pets and birds. Keep readied carriers and emergency evacuation kits easily accessible to you. You should be able to have your pets ready to transport within a few minutes. Be sure to keep the evacuation kit contents fresh and well-dated. Check every couple of months.

OTHER PET EMERGENCY & DISASTER PREPAREDNESS LINKS:

  • Ready.gov – Preparing Your Pets for Emergencies
  • Red Cross – Pet Emergency Preparedness
  • ASPCA – Disaster Preparedness

FIRST-AID TIPS:

Always remember that any first aid administered to your pet should be followed by immediate veterinary care. First aid care is not a substitute for veterinary care, but it may save your pet’s life until it receives veterinary treatment.

Click here for first aid tips.