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In an Emergency:
JVCC is a consultation service and does not have a hospital.  In the event of an emergency with your pet, please contact your primary care veterinarian or the closest emergency hospital.  A few options for emergency hospitals are listed below. 
In the Sacramento area:

Marqueen Pet Emergency and Specialty Group(Roseville/Rocklin area)
  • 29025 Sierra College Blvd

  • Roseville, CA 95827

  • (916) 757-6600 (open 8am-12pm)

VCA Sacramento Veterinary Referral Center (Rancho Cordova area)
  • 9801 Winery Place

  • Roseville, CA 95661

  • (916) 362-3111 (open 24 hours)

Vista Veterinary Specialists (Pocket area)
  • 7425 Greenhaven Drive

  • Sacramento, CA 95831

  • (916) 231-4445 (open 24 hours)

UC Davis Veterinary School 
  • One Garrod Drive

  • Davis, CA 95616

  • (530) 752-1393 press 0 (open 24 hours)


In the Stockton area:

Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center

  • 1661 West Fremont St

  • Stockton, CA 95203

  • 209-952-8387 (open 6pm-8am weekdays and 24 hours on weekends and Holidays)


All Creatures Emergency Clinic

  • 7707 West Lane A

  • Stockton, CA 95201

  • (209)-472-7387 (open weekdays 6pm-8am, Sat noon-8am, Sunday and Holidays 24 hours)


***JVCC does not endorse any specific emergency hospital or the services they provide.***

How Do I Know if it is a Cardiac Emergency?

You know your pet best.  If they are acting in an abnormal way, something may be wrong and evaluation with a veterinarian may be needed.
Common signs of cardiac disease that may indicate an emergency situation include:
  • Sudden occurance or worsening of a cough

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Abdominal Swelling

  • Weakness/Collapse


These are common signs of cardiac emergencies, but other signs may exist. 

If you are concerned, then you should have your pet evaluated.


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