We're Open during COVID-19! Offering Curbside service for you and your pets. Emerald City Emergency Clinic is Seattle's premier 24-hour veterinary urgent care. We customize medical care and accommodate most budgets by offering a variety of treatment and payment options. Our goal is to provide our patients with an excellent standard of care and our clients with only the best customer service. We are now offering Curbside Service for drop off and pick up.
- Curbside Service Drop Off and Pick Up
- X-rays with consultations by boarded radiologists 24 hours per day
- Blood Work- Chemistry Panels
- Blood Work- Complete Blood Counts
- Blood Work- Coagulation Panels
- Blood transfusions
- Blood Work- Thyroid Testing
- Blood Work- Cortisol Testing
- Ophthalmic Diagnostics such as Tonometry, Tear Production Testing and Fluorescein Staining
- Cytology and Microscopic Evaluation
- Glucose Testing/Curves
- Fecal and Giardia Testing
- FELV/FIV Screening
- Parvo-virus Screening
- Pancreatitis Testing for both canine and feline patients
- Referrals for MRI/CT scans â€“ these are not done at our facility
- Cold Laser Therapy
- Emergency and Critical Care
Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for Emerald City Emergency Clinic?
A The phone number for Emerald City Emergency Clinic is: 206-634-9000.
Q Where is Emerald City Emergency Clinic located?
A Emerald City Emergency Clinic is located at 4102 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103
Q What is the internet address for Emerald City Emergency Clinic?
A The website (URL) for Emerald City Emergency Clinic is: https://www.emeraldcity24hrvet.com/
Q How big is Emerald City Emergency Clinic?
A Emerald City Emergency Clinic employs approximately 20+ people.
Q What days are Emerald City Emergency Clinic open?
A Emerald City Emergency Clinic is open:
Tuesday: 24 Hours
Wednesday: 24 Hours
Thursday: 24 Hours
Friday: 24 Hours
Saturday: 24 Hours
Sunday: 24 Hours
Monday: 24 Hours
Q How is Emerald City Emergency Clinic rated?
A Emerald City Emergency Clinic has a 3.5 Star Rating from 235 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
Emerald City Emergency Clinic
Overall Rating( 235 Reviews )
Maureen O on Google
My cats have gotten *very* good treatments here. Really good ppl. Some things I noticed: instead of putting a bite collar on each time before taking blood, etc., they wait for a cat to snap at them and then make kitty wear a bite collar all the time. My 1st cat could barely move in the kennel, esp. w the IV in and bite collar on. My 2nd cat ran from me when I said Treat after a visit here. She is still wary of treats months later. I think they offered treats to get her to come to them, then did blood draw/exam (she's timid and exams are scary). Highly recommend this clinic!
Angie Meyer on Google
Staff is incredibly rude and showed little to no regard for my pet. Didnt even make it through the front door before I decided to go elsewhere.
Shannon Teale on Google
tldr: would recommend for emergency care. cost was fair (all emergency vet visits are going to be steep). staff was great.
I recently brought my cat here for emergency treatment. I was recommended this emergency vet from a friend whos cat shared similar health problems to ours.
I called on the way to the vet (about 20 min prior) and she was taken back immediately. The staff was kind and made sure I knew I understood the paper work I was filling out. I dont know how long I waited before the Doctor came to give me an update, but he was very straight forward about her potential diagnosis, which I appreciated. After running a couple blood tests and an ultrasound, the news was grim. She was showing signs of being near the end that day, so the news was expected, but still not easy to hear.
From here, I felt compassion and kindness from the every staff member I interacted with. They gave me some time with my sweet lady Kai before helping her pass.
I felt heard and knowledgeable about every decision I had to make. My concerns were listened to and questions were answered in ways that did not make me feel like I was asking the wrong thing.
I dont remember the names of the staff that helped me (I was extremely distraught), but thank you for helping me and my sweet girl.
Naomi Koo on Google
This clinic needs more experience with FIP positive cats. My cat was diagnosed with FIP by Dr. Fukuzato and I'm sad to think about all the other cat owners who went through the same experience with her but with a worse outcome
Dr. Fukuzato told me that it was fatal, there was no cure, and my cat would only have weeks at most to live. She recommended humane euthanasia.
Luckily I had done my own research and found out about FIP warriors and the unapproved treatment for FIP. I mentioned it to her, and she brushed it off and said it was an unapproved treatment (true) with an extremely slim chance of working (false). I asked if my cat could stay at the ER longer to make sure she was monitored and that her fever was under control while I got the meds from FIP warriors. Dr. Fukuzato implied there was no point in that, and said it wouldn't change her grim prognosis. I was so emotional and devastated at the time, her words haunt me to this day and was the catalyst for this review. She literally said that I could leave my cat there, but there wouldn't be any point and she'd live weeks at most.
10 months later, my cat is still here with me. The treatment worked and the virus is in remission! She has no clinical signs and she's as ravenous and playful as before. She turned 1 year old recently. I've seen her grow up from a tiny kitten to a young cat. All of the other vets I've since spoken to (including my primary vet) has expressed knowledge and approval of FIP warriors; if your cat has been diagnosed with FIP, DO NOT GO HERE.
Another thing: when I tried to take my cat back for an unrelated issue, I called the front desk. I mentioned that my cat had FIP, and immediately their tone changed; the lady on the phone said that they didn't have isolation rooms so they can't take her in. I told her FIP is not contagious, and they obnoxiously told me that FIP stands for feline INFECTIOUS peritonitis (as if I didn't know what it stood for after all these months of treating my girl!) and argued with me that it is. It is NOT contagious, this clinic is grossly misinformed about FIP in both the disease and its treatment. BluePearl downtown happily took my cat in knowing she has FIP. The front desk here has been extremely rude every time I've called
nicole white on Google
My cat Lumi was here for over ~36 hours hours for an intestinal blockage and ended up needing surgery for it. She went through a series of 3 vets (they take 12 hour shifts) and every single vet doctor I talked to was kind, patient, and extremely knowledgeable. I was very impressed with this vet and I also had very pleasant experiences with the front desk staff.
If you are seeing older, critical reviews, I would question what the greater context was in those situations I received quality care and compassion at 2 AM on a Sunday morning, when no other vet was open/taking patients. Of course it is more expensive for these unusual emergency costs at odd hours. They also must have gotten new front deck staff (which many reviews commented on) because I spoke with several different front desk staff and they were also all great.
These vet doctors + staff are working hard to provide amazing services and it shows
Overall Rating( 235 Reviews )
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