Kindness and Care: When You Need It Most
The highly trained veterinarians who make up the Emergency and Critical Care service – the 24/7 pulse of Angell – treat pets suffering from life-threatening trauma and disease. Referring veterinarians may alert the staff to an incoming case via our referral phone line, and the general public may use our walk-in emergency clinics at any hour of the day, 365 days a year.
If your pet is having an emergency right now:
- Please call us at 617-522-7282 to let us know you are coming and to allow us to advise you if there are things you should do for your pet before or during transport.
- We can provide directions to our facilities (addresses listed above) via phone. We have ample free parking on site. In Boston, after entering our driveway, proceed to the back; the hospital and emergency entrance is at the rear of our facility.
- If your pet has ingested something that you think may be poisonous, we may recommend that you call the Animal Poison Control Hotline at: 888-426-4435. There is a charge for this call.
- Payment is due at the time of service. Please see our Payment Policy.