24-Hour Emergency Services

Call Westlake Village Animal Hospital at 805-497-4900 if you feel your pet needs IMMEDIATE medical attention, especially if your pet is experiencing:

  • Severe bleeding
  • Trouble breathing
  • Ingested poison, including chocolate
  • Incessant coughing or choking on an object
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Limping, lethargic or difficulty walking
  • Straining
  • Unusual pain
  • Eye injury / Bite wounds or lacerations
  • Seizures
  • Loss of appetite
  • Now a 24-Hour Animal Hospital, with a Veterinarian on-site at all times, Westlake Village Animal Hospital is available for around-the-clock pet emergencies and offers an array of comprehensive medical services for dogs, cats, birds, and exotic small animals. Westlake Village Animal Hospital prides itself on providing the same personalized service given during the day to their emergency and critical patients at night. Westlake Village Animal Hospital has been servicing the Conejo Valley for over 25 years and is the largest, state-of-the-art, full-service veterinary hospital in Ventura and Northern LA County.

    Why Choose Westlake Village Animal Hospital 24-Hour Pet Emergency Care?

  • Open 365 Days a Year- Including Holidays
  • Veterinarians on-site at all times
  • Convenient Location and access off 101 Freeway
  • Appointments Available from 7 AM – 9 PM everyday
  • Technologically Advanced Emergency Animal Hospital
  • Full-service Surgery Center, Dual Isolation Wards, Ultrasound Technology
  • On-Site Pharmacy
  • Blood/Plasma Transfusions, IV Fluid Therapy, Oxygen Therapy and Animal Poison Care Center
  • Digital X-rays and
  • Affordable and Compassionate Veterinary Emergency Care
  • Pet Vaccinations, Pet dentals, Annual Exams, & Animal Holistic Remedies
  • Voted #1 Veterinarian 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013
  • If you notice or question any behaviors that are unusual with your pet, do not hesitate to immediately contact Westlake Village Animal Hospital- 24 Hours a Day- at 805-497-4900. We will assist you with immediate first aid prior your arrival. Be sure to bring any items (poisons, objects, etc.) or information that may better assess your pet’s situation when they arrive our pet emergency hospital.