Proudly serving Gastonia, NC

UrgentVet Pet Clinic-Gastonia is located just west of the intersection of Cox Road and East Franklin Boulevard across the street from Dicks Sporting Goods.

Open Today Until:

11 pm

3PM-11PM Mon-Fri
10AM-8PM Sat-Sun
12PM–8PM All Holidays

Current Wait Time:

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We understand what urgent means.

Our UrgentVet mission is simple: We want to be here for your pet when your primary care vet can’t. Our goal is to provide quick, convenient, affordable care 365 days a year. Think of us as urgent care for pets in Gastonia, North Carolina. We’ll be there when you need us most.

Welcome to UrgentVet Pet Clinic – Gastonia

UrgentVet is proud to serve pets of Gaston County. From Crowders Mountain to Spencer Mountain and points beyond, we’re here for you. When your pet gets sick or hurt and your regular vet can’t get you in, but it’s not serious enough for the ER vet, that’s the time for UrgentVet.

Fast Facts About Our Clinic

  • Dog & cat specific exam rooms: Yes
  • Large & small dog exam rooms: Yes
  • Private comfort room: Yes
  • Online check in: Yes
  • Walk-ins accepted: Yes
  • Percentage of pets discharged back to their home: 90%
  • Open evenings: Yes
  • Open weekends: Yes
  • Open holidays: Yes
  • Open overnight: No
  • Preventative/general care: No
  • Urgent care: Yes
  • Diagnostics: Digital X-Ray machine, ultrasound, in-house lab
  • Record keeping: Cloud-based medical record keeping software
  • Pet health records & case information provided to regular vet: Yes
  • Opened: May 12, 2022
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Featured Case

Tiger the cat came in with a very irritated eye. After an examination by our veterinarian, she was on her way home with some eye appointment and orders for lots of kisses.

We also recommended that Tiger’s pet parents follow-up with their regular veterinarian to ensure the condition improves over the coming days.

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Gastonia, NC

Featured Case

Zeus came into UrgentVet-Gastonia with some itchy skin. He’s normally very nervous when visiting the veterinarian, so our Fear Free Certified Team sprung into action, distracting him with treats, petting, soothing sounds and smells and sitting on the floor at his level.

He went home with some antibiotics, allergy medication and orders to check in with his regular veterinarian to ensure he’s on the road to a full recovery.

Feel better, Zeus – we enjoyed meeting you.

At Your Service

Chloe Corbin

Practice Manager

Chloe Corbin has over 8 years of experience in veterinary medicine. She began in a general practice setting, then shifted to shelter medicine. She found her true calling in emergency/urgent care for pets. She’s passionate about helping animals of all shapes and sizes. When she’s not caring for pets at the clinic, you can find her spending time with her 7 dogs and 4 cats.

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UrgentVet treats cats & dogs - providing care for non-life threatening conditions that happen after your regular vet is closed. Here are some examples of the types of illnesses and injuries we treat.

  • Coughing, Sneezing
  • Diarrhea
  • Dehydration
  • Excessive Drinking
  • Eye Discharge & Squinting
  • Fever
  • Not Eating or Not Drinking
  • Poison/Toxin Ingestion
  • Skin Allergies – Itching, Rashes, Hot Spots
  • Upper Respiratory Infections
  • Urinary Tract Problems – Frequency, Straining or Blood
  • Vomiting
  • Abscesses
  • Back Pain
  • Cuts & Scrapes
  • Fracture Assessment
  • Mild Lameness
  • Limping
  • Minor Wounds & Lacerations
  • Pain Management
  • Post-Op Incisions
  • Toenail Injuries
  • Trouble Walking
Just Not Feeling Well
  • Allergies
  • Anal Glands – Scooting, Licking
  • Anxiety & Motion Sickness
  • Bad Breath
  • Bites & Stings
  • Ear Infections – Head Shaking, Ear Discharge
  • End of Life Care-Euthanasia
  • Hiding or Whining
  • Hives & Facial Swelling
  • Lumps & Bumps
  • Parasites
  • Vaccine Reactions
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We Don’t Treat
Life Threatening

Proceed immediately to the nearest veterinary Emergency Hospital, not UrgentVet.
  • Hit By Car
  • Amputation
  • Overnight Hospitalization
  • Pneumonia
  • Kidney Failure