It’s a pet owner’s worst nightmare: your dog gets injured late at night on a holiday weekend and needs to be treated right away but your regular veterinary office is closed. Attempting to quell rising panic, you search online and discover a small miracle, right in your own backyard – Olympia Pet Emergency.

Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week including all holidays, Olympia Pet Emergency is designed for just such situations. In medical terms, while most veterinary practices are like general practitioners, with long-term relationships and appointments, Olympia Pet Emergency is like the ER.

For more information about Olympia Pet Emergency, visit or call 360-455-5155.

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