Charlottesville Emergency Vet
Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital is open and fully staffed nights and weekends 365 days a year! Open 24 hours on major holidays!
Our clinic is staffed by experienced doctors, technicians and nurses who are committed to offering the highest level of animal care combined with excellent service and compassion. It is our mission at Greenbrier to work in cooperation with the local, referring veterinary community to ensure that each animal receives continuous and exceptional care. No one wants to have an animal emergency, but we understand that when emergencies do arise, you and your pet deserve the highest level of service and courtesy along with the latest and most advanced medical treatment available.
Greenbrier is the only Charlottesville animal hospital focused solely on providing emergency veterinary services. We complement your trusted veterinarian by ensuring your pets have access, nights, weekends and holidays, to the top quality care they deserve.
As Charlottesville’s most experienced veterinary emergency doctors, we look forward to serving our community and clients with respect and consideration and servicing our patients with compassion and exceptional medical treatment.
Expert, Compassionate Veterinary Care
Every full-time veterinarian at Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital has additional schooling specifically in emergency medicine or more than 15 years of veterinary experience.
We are open overnight during the week and open as a 24-hour emergency vet clinic on the weekends. We provide veterinary services for dogs, cats and other small animals in need of immediate vet care.
We are directly connected to Virginia Vet Specialists (VVS), the only full-time boarded small animal specialists in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Greene County, Fluvanna County, Louisa County, Ivy, Crozet, Keswick, Scottsville, Earlysville, Ruckersville, Orange, Troy, Piedmont, Gordonsville, Zion Crossroads, Madison, Afton, Waynesboro, Buckingham County, Palmyra and other communities in Central Virginia.