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Urgent Care for Your Pet’s Urgent Needs

Providing compassionate, convenient, high-quality care when your pet and you need it most. 

Walk-ins Welcome! Open 7 Days a Week!

Veterinary Urgent Care Center is here for you when you can’t get into see your primary care veterinarian or when you don’t want to wait in the long lines at the emergency department.

We encourage you to sign up for an appointment online, but we also provide walk-in service daily for your pet’s urgent needs.

We provide readily available, expert level care, both day and night.

Convenient Hours

We are available seven days a week, and we are open late Monday to Friday. The professional veterinarians and staff at our Easton, Plymouth, and Quincy Veterinary Centers are available after work hours and weekends.

100% Paperless

We are a 100% paperless practice. All pet medical records are available online through the client accessible pet portal and are updated in real time. We can communicate via email and text message per client preference.

Convenient Locations

Veterinary Urgent Care Center offers high-quality care to pets and their owners across Southeastern Massachusetts. With three locations in Quincy, Plymouth and Easton, we are available for walk-in service and offer same day care for your furry loved ones. We treat non-emergent situations and partner with 24/7 trauma centers across Massachusetts when your pet needs emergency care. Visit our pages below to find the Veterinary Urgent Care Center most convenient to you. Learn about our centers and the great people who are here when you and your pet need us.


What We Do

We specialize in urgent care, from upset stomachs to minor surgical procedures, for non-emergent injuries and illness. Our staff has an average of 10 years of experience in primary care, emergency medical care, critical care, and surgery. We are open during the day and late for your convenience. We also offer wellness care, like annual exams and vaccines, when you can’t get an appointment with your primary care. However, urgent care and more life-threatening cases will be prioritized.