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24/7 Emergency Care

24/7 Emergency Care: Emergency Vet Services in Colorado Springs

If your pet is experiencing an emergency in Colorado Springs, please call us immediately at (719) 473-0482, or bring them right over.

We encourage you to call first—if possible—so we can be prepared ahead of your arrival. If you feel it’s an emergency, it’s always better to bring your pet in to be evaluated by an experienced emergency veterinarian.

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If your pet needs emergency care, you can count on us. 

Powers is open for walk-in emergencies 24 hours a day—so your pet can get the expert care that’s needed, fast.

As the premier veterinary emergency center in the Colorado Springs region, our facility is staffed 24/7 by veterinarians, technicians, and assistants who are dedicated to providing high-quality emergency care, day or night, to handle critical or life-threatening medical issues.

You know your pet better than anyone else—so if you feel your pet isn’t acting normally and you’re concerned, please call us. A member of our staff can assess whether your pet needs to be seen or not.

If your pet is injured in an accident or you notice any of the following signs or symptoms in Colorado Springs, please bring your pet in immediately and call us at (719) 473-0482.

  • Difficulty breathing or rapid breathing

  • Loss of consciousness or extreme lethargy

  • Seizures or disorientation

  • Weakness or inability to stand

  • Paralysis

  • Hemorrhage (bleeding that won’t stop)

  • Pale gums

  • Straining/inability to urinate or defecate

  • You suspect your pet has ingested a foreign body, harmful chemicals, human medications, or toxic plants

  • Trauma from a fall or being hit by a moving vehicle

  • Extreme pain, causing whining or shaking

  • Distended (swollen) and tense abdomen

  • Uncontrolled or prolonged vomiting and/or diarrhea

  • Difficult labor (prolonged straining without delivering puppies or kittens)

  • Any significant change in behavior

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Partners In Your Pet's Health

Our veterinarians’ experience complements that of your primary care veterinarian. You may be referred to a veterinary specialist if diagnosing or treating your pet's health problem requires specialized equipment and/or advanced expertise beyond that of your primary care veterinarian.

Our veterinarians and staff work closely with you and your primary care veterinarian to provide the best possible care for your pet. Because we’re all on the same team—yours.

We are here to help, don’t hesitate to call us at (719) 473-0482.