A dog that can't seem to stay on their feet may be experiencing a number of possible conditions or health concerns. Here, our Lacey vets share some reasons why your dog is staggering and falling over and what to do if they can't seem to stand up.
Providing Quality Care to Every Pet
We're your emergency vet in the Olympia, WA area
Emergencies can happen at any time. At Olympia Pet Emergency, we're here for you and your pets when you need us most.
Compassionate, Experienced Care
New patients are always welcome at our clinic
Our dedicated veterinarians provide quality, compassionate care you can depend on in an emergency, 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Emergency Vets Since 1996
Olympia Pet Emergency Care at Lacey
Olympia Pet Emergency is an emergency animal clinic that offers comprehensive urgent care services for cats and dogs in Lacey and surrounding communities.
Since its inception in 1996, Olympia Pet Emergency has grown a reputation for delivering outstanding emergency veterinary care, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
We are leaders in the field of emergency veterinary medicine and are committed to taking a compassionate, collaborative and trustworthy approach to veterinary care. We serve Olympia, Tumwater, Dupont, Tacoma, and surrounding areas.
Our team of experienced Lacey vets is proud to meet the standards of veterinary excellence laid out by the American Animal Hospital Association!
Very compassionate and caring. They took very good care of my Rocky dog as he passed into heaven and were very considerate of those of us mourning his loss.
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Tips & Advice From Our Team
Do you have questions about parasite protection or common pet illnesses? Check our informative blog for valuable tips and advice from our Lacey vets that will help you to keep your pets healthy and happy.
While some cats may occasionally vomit with no serious complications other times it can be a sign of a serious illness or medical condition. Our Lacey emergency vets talk about what happens when your cat won't stop vomiting and when you should seek veterinary care.
Antifreeze is a readily available substance in any home that has a car. This means that pet owners should be diligent in protecting their dogs from the potentially fatal poisoning that could occur with ingestion. Our Lacey vets share the symptoms of antifreeze poisoning and the steps you should take if poisoning does happen.
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Address & Hours
Olympia Pet Emergency proudly serves patients in Lacey and Olympia, WA.
24/7 Emergency Care
Open 365 days a year
Walk-in Patients Welcome
At Olympia Pet Emergency, you can always access our full complement of emergency services without an appointment. We treat both walk-in patients and referrals for urgent veterinary care.