Welcome

Current Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 12 pm to 8 pm.

Patients will be received in a first come, first treated basis.
No scheduled appointments will be available.

 

Visitor Arrival Instructions

Prior to or upon your arrival, please register and check in using the link above. A team member will contact you when the doctor is ready for your pet. If you have additional questions, please contact the staff at 207-569-0064 

 

Given the ever-changing nature of COVID, a team member will advise you of any restrictions related to masks or size limitations on your party. We appreciate your cooperation as we navigate these unique times and work to keep everyone safe and healthy.

Angelus Urgent Veterinary Care will be providing excellent care and comfort to clients and patients in times of illness, when their family veterinarian is not available. We strive to be a calm port in the storm when pets develop acute illness, experience an accident or trauma, or require care while traveling or at home. We aim to act as an extension of the general practice, and a bridge if more intensive care is required for the patient. Our success will depend upon strong relationships with community veterinary facilities and the trust of our clients gained through quality care and honest communication.

We want our clients to feel that their pets are the most important patients that we have. We aim to treat each patient as though they were our own pet and to be open and honest with diagnosis and treatment options. We aim to be a complimentary member of their pet’s health care team. 

After Hours Urgent Care

Angelus Urgent Veterinary Care will provide after-hours urgent care including, but not limited to:

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  • Bite wounds, laceration repairs

  • Eye infection, eye injuries

  • Ear infections, ear injuries

  • Skin irritation, itching, insect bites, parasites

  • Vomiting, diarrhea

  • Coughing, sneezing

  • Lameness, footpad/nail injuries

  • Difficulty or change in urinations or defecations, scooting

  • Not eating or drinking

  • Depression or lethargy

  • Fever

  • Pain, trembling, whining

  • Toxin ingestion

  • Bandage evaluation and changes

  • Rabies vaccination following wildlife encounters

  • Quill removal

  • Medication administration

  • Laboratory diagnostics

  • Radiology diagnostics

  • Euthanasia services including aftercare

Angelus Urgent Care will provide on site laboratory diagnostics, radiology, point of care ultrasound, and pharmacy services for one stop veterinary care.