Wound Care

Lacerations and Wound Care
Two of the most common after-hours injuries in dogs and cats are bleeding cuts and bite wounds. These injuries often occur on the face, limbs, feet, and tail so they are difficult to treat at home and can rarely wait until your regular vet is open.

Time is of the essence in controlling infections associated with wounds in pets. The doctors and staff at UrgentVet are experts at treating these cases. We provide immediate pain relief, antibiotics, and wound care because your pet can’t wait to feel better.

What we CAN’T do
We can’t keep your pet for overnight stays, and we’re not equipped to handle cases that require hospitalization or advanced surgical care. If we diagnose a serious condition, we’ll discuss other options with you, including the possible need for an immediate transfer to a 24-hour emergency hospital.
Come on in – no appointment necessary!
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We’re here for you when your pet can’t wait to feel better.

If your pet needs care, please arrive at least one hour prior to closing.

UrgentVet Hours

Mon – Fri: 3PM – 11PM
Sat – Sun: 10AM – 8PM
INCLUDING 12PM – 8PM ON ALL HOLIDAYS

Belmont Location

600-A Park Street
Belmont, NC 28012
Exit 27, I-85
704-825-8868

Fort Mill Location

870 Gold Hill Rd.
Ft. Mill, SC 29708
Exit 88, I-77
803-486-2550
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