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Emergency Vets in Leesburg, FL

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Leesburg Veterinary Hospital

Number: (352) 787-1115 – If Not Open Call (352) 329-7532

Disclaimer – Before showing up to an emergency vet or animal hospital, you must call them. Many emergency vets require appointments or at minimum a notice that you are coming in with a sick or injured pet. Please note that some of the vet clinics listed may no longer accept emergencies. If that is the case please contact the next listing or nearest location to you.

Address: 3600 W Main St, Leesburg, FL 34748

Website: leesburgvet.com

Description: When your pet is having a medical emergency, it can be easy to panic. However, having a plan in mind for a pet emergency situation can help you react quickly and remain calm throughout the ordeal. If your pet needs urgent care, do not hesitate to bring them straight to Leesburg Veterinary Hospital.

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday – Thursday: 8:00AM – 8:00PM
  • Friday: 8:00AM – 7:00PM
  • Saturday: 8:00AM – 2:00PM
  • Sunday: Closed

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Lake Square Animal Hospital

Number: (352) 323-0001 – If Not Open Call (352) 329-7532

Address: 32628 Vista Ave, Leesburg, FL 34788

Website: lakesquareanimalhospital.com

Description: Opened in 1996, Lake Square Animal Hospital is one of the leading veterinary centers in Central Florida.Founded by Dr. David Gunderson, Lake Square Animal Hospital is a modern state-of-the-art facility and practice offering the finest quality general care as well as extensive specialty medical and surgical care for dogs and cats.

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday – Friday: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
  • Saturday – Sunday: Closed

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Difference Between Emergency Vets and Animal Hospitals

There are many choices to choose from when you need to get help for your injured or sick pet. Your regular veterinarian clinic might be able to help you if your pet is sick or injured. For extreme cases they might refer you to an emergency veterinarian or an animal hospital. The difference between the two is that most animal hospitals are staffed 24/7. Your regular veterinarian could staff their own ER vet but usually they are not there 24/7.

If your pet, whether your dog or cat was hit by a car and you need emergent care, you might be better off calling your nearest animal hospital. That way you know you will get care as quickly as possible. Just make sure you know how far your local animal hospital is and make sure they are open or staffed 24/7. It is always best to give them a call. If they cannot take you they will refer you to another emergency vet near Leesburg or possibly to a nearby city that has more resources.