Our Services

Whether it’s evening, the middle of the night, a weekend or a holiday, when the unexpected happens with your pet, you need complete and quality care from your animal hospital in Stark County and the surrounding area. We provide a full range of services to diagnose and treat your pet, including advanced diagnostic tools, on-site x-ray equipment and a laboratory for immediate analysis and treatment.

Our veterinarians provide emergency surgical procedures using safe and reliable anesthesia to assure your pet’s comfort. Hospitalized pets receive the very best care.

When you need an animal hospital for your pet emergency, Stark ER Vet provides the following services:

Some Common Emergencies

  • Emergency trauma care
  • Blood transfusions
  • Hospitalization
  • Pain management
  • Endoscopy
  • I.V. fluid therapy
  • Radiology
  • Overnight observation
  • Ultrasound
  • Extensive diagnostic tools
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Isolation ward
  • Laboratory analysis
  • Critical care
  • Sterile surgical procedures

Emergency veterinary services in Stark County, Ohio

It can be difficult for a pet owner to know when a situation is an emergency. Our professionals are available for those times when you are unsure and your regular veterinarian is closed. Whether it’s an obvious emergency or symptoms that could indicate a problem, we provide emergency veterinary services in Canton, Akron and the surrounding area. Don’t wait to get your pet checked. Some conditions can quickly become life-threatening for your dog or cat.

  • Repeated or unproductive vomiting can be a sign of illness, poisoning, an intestinal obstruction or twisted stomach and should be checked immediately by a veterinarian. Repeated vomiting can quickly dehydrate your pet.
  • If you suspect your pet has ingested a toxin, such as a pesticide or antifreeze, or has been exposed to a toxin through a snake or spider bite, don’t delay getting treatment. Many plants and foods can be toxic to pets even in small amounts and cause everything from vomiting to death. Get a list from your veterinarian which plants and foods to avoid.
  • If your pet has been hit by a car or experienced a fall, immediate treatment is crucial to identify internal injuries that may not be evident to you.
  • Traumatic injuries, such as broken bones, bites, gunshot wounds or wounds from sharp objects, should treated immediately.
  • Labored breathing may be a symptom of serious respiratory distress and can quickly lead to brain and organ damage.

Other situations that may need emergency veterinary services include:

  • Difficulty urinating
  • Any type of excessive bleeding
  • Diarrhea
  • Seizures
  • Difficult labor or delivery
  • Lethargy
  • Heat stroke
  • Loss of motor function
  • Distended abdomen

New! Open Monday & Friday 24 Hours: For Emergencies Only. 
 Weekdays (Tues - Thurs) 6pm - 8am.  •  Weekends (Fri - Mon) Open 24 Hours  •  Holidays: Open 24 Hours