We do our best to see our clients with medical emergencies during normal business hours; however, there may be times when proceeding directly to an emergency hospital is the best option for the health of your pet. If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please call us immediately at 610-539-6820 so we can determine the best option for your pet.
After Hour Emergencies for Cats and Dogs
After hours, we advise that you contact one of the pet emergency locations closest to you. The veterinarians at Trooper Veterinary Hospital will work very closely with each of these hospitals to ensure your pet is well cared for.
- Metropolitan Veterinary Emergency Services
2626 Van Buren Avenue
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Small Furry Pets and Exotics
(such as pet birds, pet rabbits, and pet reptiles) can be taken to one of the following two 24-hour locations:
- Pet Poison Helpline: 1-800-213-6680
- Preparing for an Emergency: Information from the Pennsylvania State Animal Response Team
Important! Call before you go for special instructions!
- Diamond Rock Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic
Deb Welter, Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator
2030 Diamond Rock Road
Malvern, PA 19355
Rehabilitation of injured and orphaned native wildlife (mammals)
Located between King of Prussia and Malvern
- The Philadelphia Metro Wildlife Center
400 E Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, PA 19406
ANIMAL DROP OFFS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: If you have an animal that needs help, please call the clinic number listed above before bringing the animal in. If we are assisting other animals and are unable to be reached, please call Aark Wildlife Center at 215-249-1938.
- Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center
1531 Upper Stump Road, Chalfont, PA 18914
Rehabilitation of injured and orphaned native wildlife