As much as we try to avoid them, accidents can and do happen. Pioneer Veterinary Hospital accepts emergency cases for cats, dogs, rabbits, pocket pets, avians and exotic pets Monday through Saturday 8am to 8pm. Our experienced veterinarians and veterinary care team are here to help when you need it most, serving the pet owning community in Tillamook for over 30 years. We offer both in-clinic emergency care as well as house calls with a mobile veterinarian. For information on our 24 hour emergency care for large or farm animals, please see that page for more information.

Common Veterinary Emergencies

  • Poisons & Toxins
  • Ingested Foreign Objects
  • Difficult Birth or Pregnancy
  • Abdominal Bloat
  • Car Accidents
  • Attack by Animal
  • Urinary Blockage
  • Life-Threatening Disease
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Common Veterinary Emergencies

  • Poisons & Toxins
  • Ingested Foreign Objects
  • Difficult Birth or Pregnancy
  • Abdominal Bloat
  • Car Accidents
  • Attack by Animal
  • Urinary Blockage
  • Life-Threatening Disease

Signs of a Potential Emergency

Please note that this is not a complete list. You can always contact us if you have any questions about concerning symptoms.
  • Severe bleeding from a wound or bleeding from the mouth, nose, rectum or in the urine
  • Difficulty breathing, excessive coughing or choking
  • Difficulty urinating or passing stool
  • Refusal to eat or drink for over 24 hours
  • Known toxin or poison exposure
  • Seizures or unsteady gait
  • Inability to move limbs
  • Signs of pain or excessive anxiety
  • Severe vomiting or diarrhea
  • Swollen body part, especially the belly
  • Wounds, bites or lacerations
  • Difficulty birthing

Emergency Pet Care In Tillamook County

Pioneer Veterinary Hospital provides emergency pet care for small animals in Tillamook County, Cloverdale and the surrounding areas..