Emergency Care

While most of us don’t like to think about our pets in pain, emergency veterinarian services are crucial to Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital’s commitment to comprehensive pet care. Unfortunately, accidents occur, and when they do, it is helpful to know that there is a trained veterinary staff ready to help. Our team can help ensure your dog, cat, or exotic pet has access to critical veterinary care services the moment they need them the most. We can also provide the compassion and experience you need to overcome this difficult time.

Puppy and kitten at veterinarian doctor

Comprehensive Pet Emergency Care

Often, nothing is scarier than the realization that your pet needs emergency care. Even an injury that seems minor could quickly develop into a fatal problem – sometimes seemingly overnight. For this reason, it is vital to ensure that your pet receives treatments as soon as possible for potential injuries they may have. Although our staff is trained to deal with most common injuries, our veterinarians can also provide advanced procedures or perform critical surgeries whenever needed.

If you are experiencing a pet emergency, we can help!

Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital strives to provide our patients with efficient and attentive care from the moment they arrive at our facilities. This includes establishing urgency with the primary care veterinarian whenever possible to help your pet feel better faster. We know this can be stressful for many pet owners, so our team will work to keep you comfortable and informed since we understand how important your pet is to you and your family. Our animal hospital can diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, including:

  • Traumatic Injuries
  • Respiratory Emergencies
  • Vomiting and Diarrhea
  • Automobile Accidents
  • Toxic Reactions
  • Poison Ingestion
  • Seizures or Loss of Consciousness
  • Blood in Feces or Urine
  • Changes in Eating Habits
  • Pregnancy or Labor Problems
  • Heatstroke
  • Pain Management
  • Difficulty Urinating or Defecating
  • Postoperative Problems
  • Post-Anesthetic Problems

A Pet-Friendly Hospital

The emergency pet care team at Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital believes that every animal in Northeast Oklahoma should have access to the best treatment options possible when they are involved in an accident, have a traumatic injury, or need immediate care to achieve comfort again. Our team uses specialized equipment and extensive employee training to ensure that each patient we see is in the best hands possible – no matter their condition when they arrive. We take special precautions to allow your pet to adjust to new surroundings and eliminate common stressors whenever feasible in an emergency situation.

While this may not be possible with time-sensitive emergency care scenarios, our veterinarians will ensure that your pet can manage the pain they are experiencing and will provide prompt care to eliminate long-term damage or fatality whenever possible. Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital wants to ensure that we provide a positive experience for you and your pet through compassion, transparency, respect, and care.

Group of pets posing around a border collie; dog, cat, ferret, rabbit, bird, fish, rodent

Why Choose Advanced Care for Emergency Veterinary Services?

Advanced Care is more than just a primary care hospital. Our patients and clients are special to us and are why we always treat everyone who comes to visit as another member of our family every time they walk in our doors. We do not treat every patient the same because we understand that each one requires individualized care and attention.

Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital Hallway

Meet Our Doctors

Jennifer Patton


Dr. Patton’s decision to pursue veterinary medicine came after she realized that while education and teaching is her passion, it is not something she could do as a career. Veterinary medicine allowed her to combine her love of animals with her love of teaching.

After she graduated from Oklahoma State University with her Doctorate, she practiced in several high volume hospitals in the Tulsa area, developing medical skills with varied case loads and growing her leadership skills.


Allissa Huckabay


Dr. Huckabay’s love of science and animals naturally led her to a lifelong passion of veterinary medicine. She worked and volunteered at a local veterinary hospital before she furthered her education at Oklahoma State University, graduating in 2016 with her Doctorate.

Dr Huckabay immediately found her home at ACVH, where she is able to create a healthy bond with each of her patients as she experiences all stages of their care with their owners.


Phillip Adolph

Phillip Adolph, DVM is a graduate of Oklahoma State University Veterinary Health Sciences. He also attended OSU for his undergraduate studies where he graduated with a Bachelors of Arts and Sciences in Agriculture through the College of Animal Sciences. Dr. Adolph was on the President’s Honor Roll and was a member of the OSU jazz orchestra. He joined the Advanced Care team immediately upon his graduation in 2019 after doing 6 weeks of externships during his 4th year of veterinary school.