About Atlantic Street Pet Emergency Center
An Ethos Veterinary Health Hospital
Atlantic Street Pet Emergency Center is a 24-hour veterinary emergency & specialty hospital. We are staffed by a team of highly skilled and compassionate veterinarians and veterinary technicians who are extensively trained in emergency medicine and intensive care. We are committed to providing emergency care when your family veterinarian is not available and we make sure that you and your family veterinarian are well informed and actively participate in the decisions made for your pet. Your pet is a member of your family and we strive to exceed your expectations for his or her medical care.
Atlantic Street Pet Emergency Center provides 24/7 veterinary emergency care services, board certified surgery, internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, and wildlife rescue support.
Our experienced veterinary team is dedicated to maintaining open communication with you and your family veterinarian. In doing so, we are able to offer comprehensive diagnoses and detailed treatment plans that ensure the best emergency and specialty veterinary care for your pet. At Atlantic Street, you can rest assured that your pet will always be treated with compassion and kindness by our team.
If your pet needs emergency veterinary care or if you’d like to learn more about our other services, contact us today at 916-783-4655 or visit our contact page for more resources.
Open 365 days a year, 24 hours per day, we offer state-of-the-art technology and exceptional patient care in Roseville, California.
We are an AAHA Accredited Hospital
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)
Developed by experts in the profession, AAHA guidelines provide cutting-edge information and frequent updates that help veterinary professionals face the demands of a continually shifting industry to ensure pets receive the best possible care. AAHA accreditation improves patient care and practice culture, fosters a sense of community, and provides the resources practices need to succeed.
After becoming a veterinary hospital in the early 60’s, primarily a large animal facility, it soon transitioned to a mixed practice – Atlantic Street Animal Hospital. Shortly after it was purchased in 1997, then named Atlantic Street Veterinary Hospital, we added 24 hour emergency care in 1999, and became what we are known to as today, Atlantic Street Pet Emergency Center. The first remodel was completed in 2003 when it became an emergency-only hospital; additional structural updates followed in 2006 and 2010.
In April 2018, Atlantic Street Pet Emergency Center joined Ethos Veterinary Health, a network of specialty and emergency hospitals with locations throughout the U.S. Ethos Veterinary Health was formed in December 2015. Working primarily by referral from primary care veterinarians, the hospitals in Ethos’ network provide advanced veterinary medicine and high-quality, compassionate care that improves the lives of pets and their owners.
Atlantic Street serves the community by offering the following services through volunteering, educational programs, and providing services for non-profits:
We are contracted with the City of Roseville and Folsom to provide care for sick and injured lost pets. If you find a pet in one of these jurisdictions, please bring the injured pet into our facility so that we can provide the love and medical care that they need and deserve.
Our doctors and staff participate at local schools and community events to promote pet health, first aid, as well as education to students on career opportunities within veterinary medicine.
Veterinarians and staff donate time and money to serve various organizations throughout the community. Some of these include taking part in local spay and neuter programs, serving as board members for The Chester Foundation, and fostering.
Dogs and cats referred to Atlantic Street by a referring veterinarian will be treated only for the condition for which they were referred. No routine procedures, such as vaccinations or heartworm testing, will be performed on any referral or referral emergency patient.