The “golden hour” of pet therapy…when every second counts.

Emergency Pet Services

For emergencies, please call 330-666-2976

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When an urgent situation arises, the Emergency Department at Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital acts as an extension of your family veterinarian providing high quality care. Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital’s staff of emergency veterinarians and highly trained technical personnel offer state of the art diagnostic tests and treatments to accommodate any trauma or illness.

From our affiliated veterinarians to our in-house specialists, we are a state-of-the-art medical center wholly dedicated to the care of the fluffy members of your family.

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Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital is a teaching hospital as shown in this picture.

State-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment facilities

We’re a teaching Hospital

What does that mean for you? Take the case of Fluffy, for instance, a middle-aged dog who was brought to her MVH-affiliated veterinarian for vomiting. After a thorough physical exam is performed at the office, her veterinarian notes that more extensive testing may be needed. Referred to the hospital, Fluffy’s MVH-affiliated general veterinarian would still oversee her case, possibly ordering hospitalization with intravenous fluids, laboratory testing and diagnostic imaging. If necessary, her MVH-affiliated veterinarian could call on the expertise of one or more of the many board-certified specialists practicing in the hospital. Fluffy’s veterinarian is able to offer her superior diagnosis and care because he’s part of a centralized hospital.

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Veterinary Intensive Care Unit

Our ICU unit is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, by a team of trained veterinary nurses working closely with our Board Certified Specialists, ER Doctors, Residents and Interns.


We’re a teaching Hospital

Pioneering an industry

North Coast Bird & Exotic Animal Specialties

North Coast Bird & Exotic Specialties is a referral practice for birds, reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, pocket pets, fish and other exotic pets.