Pet Emergencies

Emergencies can happen at anytime.

Emergency Referrals

Emergency situations can be stressful for you and your animal during after-hours. In veterinary medicine, there are entire hospitals devoted to emergency care, with doctors and staff on site 24 hours a day. This allows them to devote their full attention to an emergency or ongoing critical care case. We believe this will help give your pet the best health care in emergency situations. This will then allow us at Animal Hospital of Tiffin to continue to focus on wellness care, surgical cases, and ongoing medical cases. We will continue to work with these emergency hospitals to provide ongoing care as needed.

In case of an emergency, please contact one of the hospitals below.

Companion Animals (Dogs & Cats)
Veterinary Emergency Center (Maumee)
419-708-5799
115 Chesterfield Lane, Maumee, OH 43537
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MedVet (Toledo)
419-473-0328
2921 Douglas Rd, Toledo, OH 43606
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MedVet (Columbus)
614-846-5800
300 E Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington OH, 43085
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The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center (Columbus)
614-292-3551
601 Vernon L Tharp St, Columbus OH 45840
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Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital (Akron)
330-666-2976
1053 S Cleveland Massillon Rd, Copley, OH 44321
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Large Animals

**PLEASE CALL WITH ETA AND WHEN 30 MINUTES OUT FROM FACILITY**

Ohio State University Large Animal Services (Marysville)
937-642-2936
16410 County Home Road, Marysville, OH 43040
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Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center: Hospital for Farm Animals (Columbus)
614-292-6661
601 Vernon L Tharp St, Columbus OH 45840
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Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center: Galbreath Equine Center (Columbus)
614-292-6661
601 Vernon L Tharp St, Columbus OH 45840
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Poison Control Hotlines

Pet Poison Helpline

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

Other Resources

This information is provided as a guideline for you to learn what to do in an emergency situation, but it cannot replace emergency visits to the veterinarian.

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