Urgent care pet hospital for your pet’s emergent needs

Ohana Urgent Care provides the veterinary care your pet deserves. Serving pets in Ventura, Santa Paula, Ojai, and beyond.

Save Your Spot or Walk In for Same-Day Veterinary Care

Whats is Urgent Care

Similar to urgent care for people, we are able to provide treatment that falls between routine exams and emergency care. Essentially, urgent care for pets is whenever you think to yourself, “I think something’s wrong — a vet should take a look at this ASAP.” If you sense your pet is experiencing discomfort, we’d be happy to check things out. Most vets can’t accommodate same-day appointments or walk-ins, but we’re always available right when you need us.

What to expect during your urgent care visit?

Reasons to seek urgent care:

PET SICKNESS & ILLNESS
  • 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
WOUNDS & MINOR INJURIES
  • 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
  • Seasonal Allergies
  • Anal Glands – Scooting, Licking
  • Anxiety & Motion Sickness
  • Bites & Stings
  • Ear Infections – Head Shaking, Ear Discharge
  • End of Life Care-Euthanasia
  • Hiding or Whining
  • Hives & Facial Swelling
  • Lumps & Bumps
  • Parasites
  • Vaccine Reactions
END OF LIFE CARE
Making end-of-life decisions is a difficult experience, no matter how old or young your pet may be. Our compassionate team is here to provide respectful and gentle services, making sure your pet’s final moments are cherished and peaceful.
WHAT WE DON’T TREAT

For the below symptoms and critical care needs, we recommend taking your pet the closest Emergency
Veterinary Hospital.

  • Amputation
  • Bloat
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Choking
  • Collapse or loss of consciousness
  • Distressed mother in labor/inability to deliver
  • Fractures
  • Heatstroke
  • Hit by a car or other severe trauma
  • Major surgeries
  • Major wounds and lacerations
  • Overnight hospitalization
  • Paralysis
  • Pneumonia
  • Seizures
  • Severe or persistent diarrhea or vomiting
  • Stopped breathing
  • Uncontrollable bleeding
If you’re unsure whether your pet’s condition requires urgent care, or would be better suited for an emergency hospital, contact our team for advice, [PHONE NUMBER].