Rialto Animal Hospital

1480 North Ayala Drive
Rialto, CA 92376



In Case of an Emergency

As we all have probably experienced at some point, emergencies rarely occur at convenient times, and sometimes it’s difficult to know whether a situation constitutes a true emergency. If you are unsure, please call our office or the emergency clinics in the area and ask for guidance. As a general guideline, situations that could be true emergencies include:

  • Trauma, such as getting hit by a car or attacked by another animal
  • Active bleeding
  • Suspected “Bloat” (tight, swollen, painful abdomen and/or gagging or unproductive vomiting)
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Blue or pale gum color
  • Difficulty urinating (especially in male cats)
  • Collapse or loss of consciousness
  • Seizures
  • Difficulty giving birth
  • Eye injuries
  • Possible broken bones
  • Any suspected poisoning
  • Excessive watery, bloody diarrhea
  • Persistent vomiting

If you have an emergency outside of our regular business hours, we recommend that you contact one of the following emergency facilities. Please keep in mind that they treat emergencies only.


California Veterinary Specialists

2409 S. Vineyard Ave. Suite O, Ontario, CA 91761


 Hours: 24/7, 365 days a year

Animal Emergency Clinic


22085 Commerce Way
Grand Terrace, CA 92313


Hours: Monday - Friday  6:00 PM - 8:00 AM
Weekends: 24 Hours
Holidays: 24 Hours



Emergency Pet Hospital of Redlands

2072 West Redlands Blvd.
Redlands, CA 92373


Hours: Monday - Friday  6:00 PM - 8:00 AM
Weekends: 24 Hours
Holidays: 24 Hours