Your Local Experts in Emergency Veterinary Care
At Advanced Animal Emergency we specialize in after-hours emergency and critical veterinary care. Located in Clinton Township, on the west side of Gratiot about a mile south of Hall Road, hours of operation are 5pm to 9am weekdays and 24/7 weekends and holidays. Pets under our care are monitored constantly. Our state-of-the-art equipment means we can conduct many important lab tests directly in our office and provide comprehensive treatments for your pet. As pet parents ourselves, we understand the stress an emergency can cause. We guarantee that your pet will be given the best care possible, with compassion too.
Advanced Animal Emergency strives to provide excellent, innovative, and comprehensive care.
Our experienced, attentive, and caring staff insist on excellence, and we hope to serve the local veterinary community, its clientele, and their pets long into the future.
We labor tirelessly to care for the veterinary medical and surgical emergencies of the metro Detroit Area, and beyond.
Our mission is to provide dependable, evidence-based solutions, vigilant hospital care, and compassionate customer service.
Comprehensive Care at a Critical Time
At AAE, we know you want the best, most advanced care possible for your pet. In our mission to provide that care, we offer a guarantee that a doctor will be on the premises during ALL open business hours. Our state-of-the-art surgical and diagnostic equipment allows our veterinarians to better diagnose and treat your pet’s medical issues. By addressing issues quickly, with the best technology available, we are able to give your pet excellent treatment.
Our services include:
- In-House Laboratory & Clinical Pathology
- ICU/Critical Care
- Climate Controlled Oxygen Units, Nebulization, and Respiratory Therapy
- Isolation Ward
- Fully-equipped Surgical Suite
- Blood & Plasma Transfusion/Products
- Seizure Management
- Multimodal Pain Control
- Emergency & Diagnostic Endoscopy
- Diagnostic Ultrasound by Appointment
- Close communication with primary care vets for hospitalization and/or surgical services, just as your vet recommends.