serving the urgent after-hours needs of companion animals in West Virginia's Kanawha Valley and beyond

KVVEH

Kanawha Valley Veterinary Emergency Hospital is open on nights, weekends, and during most major holidays.


Whether it be a torn toe nail, a life threatening toxicity, or anything in between, our emergency/trauma unit is staffed with experienced technicians and veterinarians ready to help. 


No appointment necessary!  We operate on a walk-in only basis, but please try to call ahead if you can, so that we can prepare for your pet's arrival.


Our doctors and staff work hard to minimize wait times and to ensure that your pet is evaluated by our staff in a timely manner. 

Our Veterinarian(s) will examine your pet and determine the best course of treatment.  We will provide an estimate for any tests, treatments, or hospitalization that is recommended.

TRIAGE

TREATMENT

ARRIVAL

We keep our front door locked.  Ring the doorbell and we will be right out to get you.  We'll have some paperwork for you to fill out so we can get some basic information about you and your pet.

About Our Clinic

 

Fees and Policies

 

Our Exam and Emergency fee is $75.  Any tests, medications, or treatments are additional.  Our doctors will be glad to provide an estimate for any treatments or procedures that are recommended.  


All payment is due at the time of service.  In order to focus on your pet's care, we are unable to offer any billing services directly; however, we do accept Care Credit cards.


We accept cash payment and with a proper photo ID, we also accept personal checks, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover Card.


We are unable to accept:  post-dated checks, starter checks, checks or credit cards without a valid picture identification, or American Express.


If your pet is hospitalized, a deposit will be taken at the time of admission.  The balance will be due at the time of discharge from our clinic.

Our clinic works like an emergency room.  Most pets are evaluated and treated in the order of arrival, but sometimes sicker pets have to be tended to more urgently than pets which are not as ill.