What to do if your pet needs emergency treatment after hours
Our hospitals offer extended opening hours including weekday trading from 7.30am - 7.00pm, weekends on Saturday from 8am - 5pm and some locations are open on Sundays as listed below. If your pet has a medical emergency during our opening hours please contact your local clinic. If your pet becomes ill or is injured outside of these hours you can call your local Vetwest clinic and our answering machine will provide details of the nearest after hours emergency care surgery.
There are also some immediate actions you can take to assist your pet. Please refer to this article "First Aid Tips". This article provides advice on bleeding, broken bones, burns, choking, convulsions (seizures), eye problems, punctures, penetrating objects, fight wounds, resuscitation, temperature changes, wounds and grazes. If your pet is suffering and is in any pain please seek veterinary attention immediately. .
The following Vetwest Animal Hospitals are open from 8am - 5pm on Sundays. Click on the relevant location for contact information and directions.
If you are in any doubt please call your local clinic and we will direct you to the closest emergency centre.
We work closely with the emergency after hours centres listed below. Depending on the severity of your pet's medical emergency we recommend phoning the centre either before you leave home or while you are on the way to the centre. This will allow the emergency response team to prepare for your pet's arrival so treatment can commence promptly.
Central and Northern Suburbs
Pet Vet Emergency (PVE). Unit 3, 162 Wanneroo Road, Yokine. Phone 1300 040 400. www.pve.net.au
Murdoch Pet Emergency Centre. Murdoch Drive, Murdoch. Phone 1300 652 494. www.murdoch.edu.au
Western Australian Veterinary Emergency and Specialty (WAVES). 640 Beeliar Drive, Success. Phone 9412 5700. www.wavets.com.au