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Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - 2 Reviews - 5818 Maplecrest Rd, Fort Wayne, IN - Veterinary Services Reviews - Phone (260) 426-1062

Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital

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Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN
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Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN

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We went to the emergency clinic on a Sunday.\r \r I agree with the previous poster that the prices are high. It is $110 for the office visit and it was about $180 for blood test...

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Emergency Clinic is expensive, but competent. 2/6/2012

We went to the emergency clinic on a Sunday.\r \r I agree with the previous poster that the prices are high. It is $110 for the office visit and it was about $180 for blood tests and our dog needed an antibiotic and fluids and it ended up being just under $500 for the visit. I am happy to pay it, and can, but it would be hard if you don't have that kind of money to spend. That said, the whole staff (Doctor, technician, front desk, etc) was very professional, competent and understanding. Both the doctor and the technician took all the time I needed to answer all my questions. \r \r It is true that they prescribe things that might not be absolutely necessary (maybe good ideas, but not absolutely necessary if you can't afford it or don't want it). I didn't realize completely that they were going to give my dog subcutaneous fluids and had I thought about it, I would have said 'no' to that since he was not really dehydrated and didn't have bad diarrhea and it hurt him to have it done and s more

Mayo Clinic--Hoosier Division 7/26/2008

Be ready for sticker shock. Technically competent staff with acceptable people skills. As a referral practice with specialty and surgical care, good to have in town. As an emergency clinic, they've watched too many ER episodes. My personal preference is palliative care for myself and my dogs. I may be a cruel insensitive brute, but my animals agree that I won't force them to live impaired and they won't force me. Not always subtle pressure for more services, more
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  • The Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency Specialty Hospital is committed to the highest quality 24-hour intensive and specialty care for small animals. Our hospital and staff are fully dedicated to enhancing the unique relationship between humans and companion animals by providing the best care possible. We serve veterinarians and pet owners of the tri-state region as a referral center for competent, compassionate, and timely veterinary care.

    The mission of our hospital is to provide the highest quality emergency and specialty medicine for small animals. We are committed to serving the veterinarians and pet owners of the tri-state region as a referral center for competent, compassionate and timely care. Our hospital features 24-hour urgent care emergency service and a team of board certified and residency trained specialists. A team of technical support staff is available at all times. We are proud to have achieved full accreditation with the American Animal Hospital Association. Our goal is to have an interactive relationship with our referring veterinarians, our clients and their pets. We are here around-the-clock to service your specialty and critical care needs.

    Referral Appointments: Consultations with our specialists are made on a referral basis and are held Monday through Friday. To make an appointment with one of our board certified specialists or residency trained veterinarians in surgery, internal medicine, dermatology or rehabilitation, please have your primary care veterinarian contact our office with referral information.

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  • Hours:

    Daily 24 Hours
  • Neighborhoods:

    Pine-View Farms
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