Urgent Care

We provide progressive medical, surgical and emergency services throughout the week at all three locations.  Additionally, our Wenatchee clinic provides emergency and critical care access on weekends from 8am to 5pm.

For an urgent care appointment, please call ahead. However, we recognize that emergencies do happen that require immediate attention (‘walk-in’).

As always, we ask for your patience as the nature of emergency and critical care medicine often do not allow for strict adherence to schedules.  Our experienced and devoted team will do our best to take care of your pet in a timely and comprehensive manner.  Our time and attention will be devoted to patients with the greatest need of medical attention.


After-hours emergencies:

On-call for after-hours services are Monday – Friday, 5:30pm to 8am; and again on Saturday and Sunday from 5pm-8am.

This service is reserved for Emergencies Only.

After-Hours, please call: (509) 822-2285

Please note: This is a veterinary triage support line, provided by GuardianVets, and is not a direct line to Cascade Veterinary Clinics.

Currently, our community of veterinarians work together to fulfill after-hours emergency services.  As a shared service, the on-call veterinarian Monday through Thursday (nights) will be routed to a separate group within our community such as Countryside or Animal Hospital of Wenatchee.  Whereas, in most instances, on-call after-hours services Friday through Sunday will be provided by Cascade Veterinary Clinics.

At Cascade Veterinary Clinics, our veterinary staff strive to accommodate urgent care cases during normal operating hours seven days a week.  However, when veterinary services may be required after 5pm, please call the after-hours triage service.  The triage support line will address your questions and direct you to the on-call veterinarian as needed.

Emergency fees will apply – if the Veterinarian and Technician are called in to the clinic.  In general, we discourage after-hour calls that can be addressed during normal operating hours, when the hospital is fully staffed to handle these cases.


Urgent care issues:

  • Acute vomiting/diarrhea
  • Hit by car
  • Lacerations
  • Dog/cat fight wounds
  • Rattlesnake bites
  • Progressing lethargy
  • Labored breathing
  • Dystocia (whelping difficulty)
  • Urethral obstruction

Emergency issues under most circumstances:

  • Acute labored breathing
  • Inability to urinate despite repeated efforts
  • Acute trauma (hit-by-car, dog-fight wounds, rattlesnake bite)
  • Protracted labor (dystocia)
  • Acute or severe lameness or pain

Non-emergency issues under most circumstances:

  • Skin issues or itching
  • Nutritional concerns/questions
  • Progressing weight loss of several weeks duration
  • Vomiting or diarrhea of several weeks duration
  • General medication questions
  • Inappropriate urinating/defecating
  • Behavioral issues
  • Mild or chronic lameness