Pet Emergency Care in Grangeville

We’re Here for You in Case of Emergency

If your pet has suffered an injury, is unresponsive, or is showing potentially life-threatening symptoms, it is essential to remain calm. We understand the situation is stressful, but maintaining a clear head and acting with intention could save your pet’s life. If your pet is experiencing an emergency during our regular business hours, call us immediately at
(208) 494-6262. We are here to support and instruct you on stabilizing your pet and bringing them into our clinic.

Signs of a Pet Emergency

We categorize a pet emergency as potentially life-threatening or needing immediate hospitalization. Common signs of a pet emergency include:

It’s important to note that this list is not exhaustive. If your pet is acting unusual, and you suspect it is an emergency, it is always best to err on the side of caution and call us immediately. Our veterinary staff will answer your questions and help you make the right decision for your pet.

Contact Us Immediately In Case of Emergency

Contact Us Immediately In Case of Emergency

If your pet is showing any of the symptoms listed above, please call us immediately at (208) 494-6262. Our team is here to take your call and provide you with the next steps for stabilizing your pet and keeping them safe on the way to our clinic.

If our office is closed and your pet requires immediate attention, please contact Dr. Wolfrum at (208) 983-2980.

If you cannot reach Dr. Wolfrum outside our office hours, contact the following clinics:

WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Phone: (509) 335-0711
Hours: 24-Hour emergency and critical care service

West Vet Animal Emergency

Phone: (208) 375-1600
Hours: Open daily, 10:00 am – 8:00 pm


If you are in need of Assistance during our Clinic After-Hours or have an Emergency. We now offer Vet Triage online or Telemed. or Toll Free @ 1-800-940-1921 VetTriage is the world’s foremost provider of veterinary telehealth services. Their team of experienced, compassionate, knowledgeable, and licensed veterinarians, located across the United States, and are screened to ensure the highest quality of services for you, the concerned pet owner.

Their founders created VetTriage so pet owners could have immediate access to triage advice from licensed veterinarians 24-hours a day, 365-days a year. When pet emergencies arise, they often occur outside the normal family veterinarian hours. Maybe you’re traveling with your pet, or enjoying the great outdoors in a remote location. Maybe you can’t run right to the veterinarian, or you just don’t know if your pet needs an emergency hospital visit. VetTriage bridges the gap for pet parents. With VetTriage, you’ll never have to face an emergency with your four-legged companion alone again. Anytime, anywhere – when these situations arise, a quick call will connect you and your beloved pet to our team of VetTriage veterinarians.