Our 24-hour veterinary clinic is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with an ER veterinary support team for emergencies. We are staffed to provide pets and exotic animals with all emergencies. Our specialists in general medicine also deal with emergencies and let us call in an emergency. In addition to counseling in such incidents, we also help in emergencies in the emergency room.
Veterinarians have dealt with a high number of pet emergencies throughout their careers and are therefore able to deal with emergencies in good time. They can also use more specialised equipment, enabling them to deal with emergencies very quickly and use sophisticated equipment. Therefore, whenever you suspect a deeper problem, it is important to seek help from a local veterinarian to determine the extent of the injury or illness.
If your pet has an appointment or procedure, a team member will approach you and guide you through the process. If you experience an emergency, please call us and get to the hospital as soon as possible. It is important to prepare for the payments that often become due during treatment to facilitate the processes and allow timely treatment and care of your pets.
We are located in Coral Springs, but there are other airports in the area, and if you want to include a family vacation in your trip, we are at Disney World. Please plan your trip so that you do not have to leave early or arrive late for classes.
Students can book at other hotels in the area (see list below) and find accommodation. CRI has offered discounted rates to hotels such as Marriott International, Hilton, Hyatt Regency and Marriott Resorts International. You can also call directly and provide the account number "Canine Rehab" to receive a special corporate rate.
Call us and let us know what you are expecting and we will let you know whether you are coming or not by calling us in advance. Call Or we want you to contact CRI directly to let them know that you are coming, and if not, contact us.
We advise that we provide emergency triage services to provide safe care for your pet and his family.
Our job is to treat your pet when he or she is not well, and to help you learn how to keep your best friend happy and healthy. If you are in the Tamarac region and looking for a caring veterinary team to help keep your pets healthy, we are close by and ready to help. We strive to provide our pets with the best possible care so that you can enjoy your companion for the maximum number of years.
Our goal is to practice compassion, with an emphasis on customer education, and we understand the special role that pets play in our families. We are proud to be a partner in the health care of your pet and our staff supports this. Our veterinarians provide the best possible care for our pets, as well as for our patients and their family members.
We offer a wide range of diagnostic procedures through in-house testing and the use of external laboratories. Based on our findings, we can conduct further diagnostic tests and analyses covering a wide range of diseases and conditions, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, heart failure, kidney disease and other diseases.
For up-to-date information, please contact the U.S. Consulate in your country or your local VA Medical Center. If you are attending a CRI course, park in the parking lot of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tampa, Florida. Click on the map to enlarge it and visit our website for more information on parking options for veterans and their families.
Many cities have veterinary surgeries that operate in the evenings and weekends when the regular vets are not working. These clinics are open 24 hours a day, which is better than when your veterinarian's office is closed. Practitioners also know that some local emergency clinics offer 24-hour veterinary services to ensure that your pet is treated and cared for quickly in an emergency. Although no emergency medical care is guaranteed, it is recommended to trust a 24-hour clinic or animal hospital.
Note: This list only lists the most common symptoms that are easily detectable, but there are still signs that indicate an emergency. However, the cost of veterinary visits in emergencies varies greatly depending on the condition of your pet. While information from a pet insurance provider suggests that the average cost across the country is between $800 and $1,500 per visit, in Florida it is about $300. Serious conditions where a pet requires hospitalization or major surgery can increase costs, while intensive care services can cost $4,000 or more.
Note: Please note that reservations are made on the basis of "first come, first served" and we recommend that you book your reservation at least one week in advance to confirm your course registration. Note: If you are attending a training course (formerly known as a dog rehabilitation assistant), you must bring a valid Florida Veterinary Medical Association (FVMA) license. You are also allowed to buy a limited number of materials, such as dog food and water, pet food, veterinary care, medical equipment, etc.