6900 Congress AveBoca Raton, FL 33487 Emergencies: (561) 999-3000
South Florida's Premier
Emergency Animal Hospital
Serving Sick and Injured Pets
24/7/365, Including Holidays
Consider bringing your pet in immediately if he/she:
• Is having difficulty breathing • Is having irregular or bloody bowel movements
• Is vomiting (especially with blood) • Is having trouble urinating or is vocalizing while urinating
• Is bleeding excessively • Is acting erratically or biting at imaginary objects
• Is having a seizure or loss of balance • Has suffered heatstroke or severe dehydration
• Is visibly in pain or panting heavily • Has had diarrhea for more than 24 hours straight
• Has eaten/swallowed a foreign object(s) • Has eaten/swallowed a poisonous substance
• Has suffered serious trauma or injury • Seems to have lost its sight (sudden blindness)
• Is unconscious • Has a swollen abdomen that appears painful when touched
• Is experience unusual swelling • Is pregnant and having difficulty delivering puppies or kittens
Or anything else that is unusual or worrisome to you!
Your pet's recovery continues with YOUR veterinarian
The Calusa Veterinary Emergency Center is NOT a replacement for your regular veterinarian; we are merely an after-hours option in case your pet needs emergency or critical care.

In fact, many of the area's veterinary practices refer their after-hours and weekend emergency cases directly to us.

Once your pet's condition has stabilized, we will collaborate directly with your pet's regular doctor to create a recovery plan that they can oversee. In certain situations, your pet will even be transferred from Calusa to your veterinarian for continued monitoring of their condition.
Meet the best veterinary ER team in South Florida
           
Marco Ruffato, DVM, DACVAA, cVMA Sid Ranade, DVM Cristina Portus, DVM
• 16 years of veterinary experience • 13 years of veterinary experience • 9 years of veterinary experience
• Graduate of the
   University of Padu
   in Padua, Italy
• Graduate of the Ross
   University College of
   Veterinary Medicine
• Graduate of
   Western University
   of Health Sciences
Rachel Meyer, DVM Aileen Martinez, DVM Joy Carter, DVM
• 19 years of veterinary experience • 1 year of veterinary experience • 10 years of veterinary experience
• Graduate of the Cornell
   University Veterinary
   School of Medicine
• Graduate of
   Western University
   of Health Sciences
• Graduate of the Ross
   University College of
   Veterinary Medicine