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24/7 Emergency Animal Hospitals Near Corona, California

Sometimes an emergency animal hospital is necessary, and they can be a difficult thing to find when you need one. As we’re currently staying at the Glen Ivy RV Park in Corona, California, these are several in the nearby vicinity.

You never know when you need one. For example, to date, we’ve needed an emergency vet appointment on three occasions. In 2004 our black cat was hit by a car, and we had him at two different locations in Santa Barbara, CA. In 2005 our white cat was stepped on by a family friend and needed her jaw rewired, although that was during normal vet hours. And over the weekend we needed an emergency vet as well.

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Tips to Find an Emergency Animal Hospital Near You:

I didn’t find many options at first, while searching “emergency¬†vet” and suggest you try “emergency animal”. You can add “clinic” or “hospital,” but be sure to call first to ensure they are open.

The place I found was open to Midnight, a recent change from being open 24 hours and would have mattered if it was in the early morning hours.

List of emergency animal hospitals available 24/7:

View all locations on a single map to determine closest.

VCA Central Animal Hospital
281 North Central Avenue
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 981-2855

VCA All-Care Animal Referral Center
18440 Amistad Street
Fountain Valley, CA
(714) 963-0909

California Veterinary Specialists
2409 South Vineyard Avenue, Suite O
Ontario, CA 91760
(909) 947-3600

California Veterinary Specialists
39809 Avenida Acacias
Murrieta, CA 92563
(951) 600-9803

Yorba Regional Animal Hospital
8290 East Crystal Drive
Anaheim, CA 92807
(714) 921-8700

Animal Emergency Clinic
12022 La Crosse Avenue
Grand Terrace, CA 92313
(909) 653-2314

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About Brianne

Born and raised in Orange County, California, I am definitely a "summer" girl at heart. Today I am a full-time mother to a rambunctious two-year old living in a RV. Together Branndon and I are learning how to become financial and location independent.


  1. Good article. Just like a regular hospital, you never know when you might need an animal hospital. I used to use an app for this but the app no longer works. A quick google search normally does the trick but most of them aren’t 24/7 – those are hard to come by.

    • Brianne

      Hi Jane,

      You are quite right, and thanks for enjoying the article. Things are hard to find when you need them and finding one 24/7 wasn’t easy. I went through pages of Google search results and visited over a dozen websites, finding none of them were open all hours. Definitely not helpful and took a lot of time. However, searching the maps with “emergency animal” instead of “vet” helped me find the VCA close to us. Thankfully they were open late, even if not all hours, and were quite helpful.


  2. I think it’s great that someone has found so many animal hospitals in one location. My pets mean everything to me, and I would be devastated if anything happened to them. I think it would be great if I could find an animal hospital in my area. I don’t really know where I can take my dog if she gets sick.

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