Pet Emergency and Urgent Care in Hoboken, NJ
Welcome to VEG Hoboken!
Sometimes it’s obvious when your pet needs immediate help. But sometimes they just seem “off.” That’s where our emergency vets in Hoboken come in. From vomiting to complex surgeries, we treat emergency and urgent care needs for all kinds of pets—even avians and exotics! Discover the VEG difference, with our open floor plan hospitals, pet-parent participation, and an emergency-focused team that’s always ready to expect the unexpected.
Our Hoboken pet emergency hospital is located at the intersection of Willow Ave. and 14th St., within minutes of Jersey City, Secaucus, Union City, and Weehawken.
Limited meter and permit street parking is available at the front and side of the hospital, with additional paid parking in the lot across the street at 3330 Willow St.
If you need assistance getting your pet into the hospital, call ahead—one of our VEGgies will meet you at the door. Your pet will receive urgent vet care and you never have to leave their side.
Dr. Keith Mihansky
Medical Director VEG Hoboken
Why Choose VEG A better experience means better care
Call Us 24/7
Pet emergencies shouldn’t be put on hold. Call and speak with a doctor to get your medical questions answered.
See a Vet Now
No appointment needed, come in 24/7. Care starts the moment you walk in the door.
No waiting and wondering in a lobby. Stay with your pet the entire time and get as involved as you like in their care.
At VEG, we make a scary situation less stressful. We sit on the floor with your pet, or wherever they’re most comfortable.
Walk in for:
High-quality critical care for when the unexpected happens.
Non-invasive, soft-tissue imaging with same-day results.
For injuries or illnesses that simply cannot wait.
Performed on site to immediately diagnose fractures, stones, foreign ingestions, and more.
Diagnostics + Testing
Done right in our hospital for less wait time and fast results.
Comfortable, compassionate care during the most difficult time.
A high-quality surgeon is on site for emergency operations.
Treatment + Hospitalization
Care starts right away; if your pet needs to stay overnight, you can too.