Veterinary Urgent Care

If your veterinarian is unavailable and your pet is injured or sick, ACCESS Specialty Animal Hospitals are happy to provide two options – Urgent Care or Emergency Services.

While our 24×7 Emergency Department will treat your pet for life-threatening conditions, our Urgent Care department can help pets who have non-life-threatening situations but still need to be seen by a doctor as soon as possible. If you’re unsure whether your pet’s situation requires Emergency Care or Urgent Care, please see the list below for common comparisons and medical concerns.

Our Urgent Care Department accepts walk-ins and appointments. Appointments (up to 48 hours in advance) are strongly recommended to ensure availability and avoid long wait times. 

Urgent Care is available at ACCESS – South Bay and ACCESS – San Fernando Valley.

Urgent Care at ACCESS – South Bay
Tel: (310) 320-8300
2551 W 190th St, Torrance, CA 90504
Open 5 days a week: from Sunday to Thursday – 10:00am to 8:00pm

Urgent Care at ACCESS – San Fernando Valley
Tel: (818) 887-2262
20051 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Open 6 days a week: from Sunday to Friday – 10:00am to 8:00pm

Please call us to make an appointment or submit the appointment request form below.

Once we receive your form, our team will follow up with you via email or telephone within a few hours to confirm your appointment. All requests submitted after 10:00pm will be answered the following day beginning at 7:00am.

Based on your pet’s symptoms/concerns, our team will guide you through our Urgent Care process. Urgent Care exam and consultation fees are $110 (plus additional diagnostics & treatment as guided by our Doctors). If your pet requires ER services based on the severity of the situation, we will work with you to transfer your pet to ER for more detailed diagnosis and treatment (additional fees will be incurred).

Urgent Care Examples

  • Ear infections/ irritation
  • Eye infection/swelling/discharge
  • Abscess
  • Vomiting/ diarrhea
  • Mild allergic reaction
  • Open wound
  • Skin concerns
  • Limping
  • Blood in urine (possible UTI)
  • Respiratory infection/cough (no ISO usage, no drop off)
  • Euthanasia

  • Profuse bleeding
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Seizures
  • Abdominal bloat
  • Possible poisoning
  • Eye trauma
  • Heat stroke
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Severe motor impairment
  • HBC and other traumas
  • Difficulty or inability to urinate
  • Euthanasia

  • Vaccines
  • Exams for flea prevention
  • Nail trims and anal gland expressions
  • Medical grooming
  • Wellness exams
  • Basic Spaying and Neutering