Cabarrus Emergency Veterinary Clinic is here for your pet in an emergency. Whether illness or accident, our experienced veterinarians and skilled support staff are here to assist you and your pet.
Since 1997, Cabarrus Emergency Veterinary Clinic has proudly provided emergent and critical care to the general public of Cabarrus and surrounding counties. CEVC is owned by twenty one local veterinarians and serves over fifty local veterinary hospitals. Our goal is to augment your family veterinarian’s care by providing top quality medical and surgical care for your sick or injured pet after hours. We are staffed by three experienced full-time veterinarians, several relief veterinarians, and a skilled support staff.
Our services include:
Intensive care hospitalization and monitoring Emergency trauma assessment and treatment Medical management of metabolic diseases Anesthesia and emergency surgical procedures Full in-house laboratory Diagnostic imaging including ultrasound and digital radiography Full in-house pharmacy Progressive pain management Blood and plasma transfusions Oxygen therapy Ventilator
Unfortunately, this practice was more concerned with obtaining all monies up front instead of treating my beloved pet! They put my girl in the oxygen crate for an hour and did nothing else for her. They provided an estimate for her treatment and when I told them I didn’t have that kind of money right this minute, they asked me to sign a refusal to treat form. Meanwhile my baby continued to worsen (respiratory distress) and died about 2 hrs later. Money could have been obtained later, my dog is gone due to their concern over money! Once my girl died, they were very kind to provide us a blanket, box and clay footprints. A little too late. I just needed them to help my dog and they did not! Would not recommend this place unless you have an unlimited stash of money in your purse.
After sustaining a head and neck injury earlier in the week, and then having a seizure, I had to take my 11mo old pup to Cabarrus Emergency Vet for overnight observation. Shortly after checking him in and paying the deposit, I made it clear to the vet tech that he did not do well with chocker leashes. She assured me she would take it easy with him, and made it about 10ft away from me when my pup sat down and looked back at me. At this time the tech pulled on the leash to get him to the kennel. Even after he yelped, she actually asked the other tech to "push him, it's only a few more feet". With a dog that has a bad neck injury and after being advised not to use a choker leash, she still pulled at my dog after he resisted. I walked to the back room to stop her as the other vet tech picked him up and carried him to his kennel. Not a very comforting sight to see before leaving him for the first time. We have made sure management knows of the incident and hopefully it gets resolved.
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