The most common exposures with antifreeze occur with dogs and usually involve chewing on containers or lapping up spills. What is it about this common automobile fluid that makes it so toxic? Here, our Little Rock, Arkansas vets explain the dangers.
Emergency & Specialty Vet Care in Little Rock
You can trust your pet's veterinary care to our team of veterinarians and specialists.
Emergency Veterinary Care
We offer emergency services for pets in Little Rock.
Board-Certified Veterinary Specialists
Our specialists have advanced training and qualifications to treat your cat or dog.
Professional Referrals Always Welcome
We accept referrals from veterinarians for specialty services and emergency care.
Arkansas Veterinary Emergency & Specialists
Emergency & Specialty Veterinary Care for Dogs & Cats in Little Rock
You can trust the compassionate team at Arkansas Veterinary Emergency & Specialists to provide the quality care your pet deserves.
We are staffed with emergency veterinarians to provide your pet with comprehensive care when they need it most. We also offer the services of board-certified veterinary specialists during our regular weekday hours.
Specialty Veterinary Care in Little Rock
Providing specialized services for your cherished pets.
What Our Clients Say
"This place was awesome. The staff was wonderful. They explained everything to us, took amazing care of our fur baby and kept us updated. They even gave me an update (I even spoke directly to the vet) when I called at 1:30 in the morning! I would recommend this place to anyone."
Address & Hours
Arkansas Veterinary Emergency & Specialists in Little Rock serves patients in Central Arkansas.
Pet Care Resources
Advice and information from our veterinary specialists in Little Rock.
Heat stroke can be a life-threatening condition and requires immediate attention by a veterinarian. Here, our Little Rock, Arkansas vets share how to prevent heat stroke and what to do if you think your pet has been affected by it.
Sophie Thomas, professional dog trainer certified by the Animal Behavior College, shares three training commands that can play a role in keeping your dog out of harm’s way.