(208) 930-1888
1336 W. Kathleen Ave.
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815

Monday–Friday 5 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Weekends & Holidays 24-Hours

EMERGENCY VETERINARY HOSPITAL of Coeur d’Alene

OUR HOSPITAL

Emergency Veterinary Hospital of Coeur d’Alene (EVH) provides emergency and critical care support for your pet. Just as with humans, pets experience sudden medical conditions that require immediate treatment or life-saving hospital support at the animal ER. The team at Emergency Veterinary Hospital of Coeur d’Alene is compiled of skilled veterinary professionals who are ready to care for your animal’s emergency needs. We are your pet’s ER vet. Our experienced emergency doctors and medical team work in collaboration with your primary care veterinarian and veterinary specialists. This full circle approach to the medical needs of your pet assures the best possible outcome. We are here to help when your primary care veterinarian is closed or unavailable to provide emergency care. Dedicated emergency veterinarians and a full staff are in the animal hospital weekday evenings and overnights, as well as 24-hours on the weekends and holidays. Our compassionate emergency animal hospital team is prepared to attend to your pet in those frightening times of sudden illness, injury or when serious health conditions occur in your dog or cat. Our animal emergency team members are pet owners too, they deeply respect the human-animal bond, and strive to treat every pet and owner with dignity and kindness.

IF YOUR PET IS IN CRISIS
AND REQUIRES IMMEDIATE
MEDICAL ATTENTION

You are encouraged to call for advisement and provide information about your pet’s condition, then come directly to the hospital. No appointment is needed.


If possible, bring a leash or transport your pet in its carrier, this can provide a level of safety and comfort for your pet.


If time allows, bring your pet’s medications, medical record and the name of your primary care veterinarian.


If your pet has ingested a possible toxin, bring the package with the active ingredient label. Prior to arriving, you may be advised to call Pet Poison Helpline at (855) 764-7661 or ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435 to gather information for more rapid treatment.


Do not give medications or treat your pet with home remedies without consulting a veterinarian.


Bring your identification and a method of payment, as deposits are required on admission and the remainder is due at discharge. Accepted methods includes cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express and CareCredit. Contact CareCredit at (800) 859-9975 for more information on their low or no cost credit option for unexpected medical costs.