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Welcome to Emergency Pet Hospital of Collier County

Your Emergency Veterinarians in Naples, FL
Call us at 239-263-8010

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Over my 19 years as an emergency veterinarian there is a parting statement I have heard over and over from clients......"I hope we don't need to see you again." Thankfully most folks say this with a smile. Of course none of us want our pets to have an illness or injury that requires emergency care. In reality these things do occur, frequently after your family veterinarian has closed. Hopefully there is a small comfort in knowing we are here for you if you do need us. Our caring and skilled doctors and staff will treat your pet with compassion and integrity to help your pet and you through whatever crisis may arise. Dr. Erik Madison

In 1993, local veterinarians recognized a real need in Collier County for an after-hours emergency veterinary hospital. They perceived that a centrally located specialized facility, which had emergency personnel ready to respond, would make critical emergency care more readily available after office hours. The Emergency Pet Hospital of Collier County was established. The hospital has since grown, along with our community and progressed with advances in veterinary emergency care.

The hospital is not intended to serve as a substitute for your family veterinarian, but rather, as an independent extension for emergency care. Clients are referred back to their regular practices when follow-up care is needed.

Due to the nature of an emergency facility, patients arrive at any time. Emergencies are treated in order of severity. Please understand that patients may not be seen on a first come, first serve basis.

We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. If you want to ask a question call 239-263-8010 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Naples veterinarian office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for Naples pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.

At Emergency Pet Hospital of Collier County, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Erik Madison, Dr. Miyahira and Dr. Oomah
Naples Veterinarian | Emergency Pet Hospital of Collier County | 239-263-8010

6530 Dudley Drive
Naples, FL 34105

Monday:

5:00pm

8:00am

Tuesday:

5:00pm

8:00am

Wednesday:

5:00pm

8:00am

Thursday:

5:00pm

8:00am

Friday:

5:00pm

24hrs

Saturday:

24hrs

24hrs

Sunday:

24hrs

8:00am Monday

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Erik Madison

    Dr. Erik Madison, while not quite a native has called Naples home since moving to Isles of Capri in 1972. He attended Tommie Barfield Elementary School, East Naples Middle School and Lely High School before earning a BS in Marine Biology at Florida Institute of Technology and his DVM degree at University of Florida in 1992.

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  • Dr.
    Lon Miyahira

    Dr. Lon Miyahira received his bachelor’s degree from The University of Oregon in 1992. In 1996 he graduated from Oregon State’s College of Veterinary Medicine.

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  • Dr.
    Kevin Oomah

    Dr. Kevin Oomah's veterinary career started as a volunteer at an emergency vet hospital while completing his Bachelor in Biochemistry from the University of Victoria. 

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New Location
After several years of planning and permitting in 2006 we relocated to our new hospital. It is designed specifically to enhance our ability to care for emergency patients. We have an excellent flow pattern, exceptional visibility of our ICU and treatment area, a full feature isolation room, noise and odor reduction features, comfortable waiting room options, and a centrally located easy to find facility.

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  • "We are from out of state and our dachshund was in pain, and of course after normal vet hours. Everyone here was very kind and the Dr. was so gentle with her. It was a huge comfort in hearing he also had dachsunds and was very knowledgeable about the issues they have with their backs. He found trouble in her vertebrae up in her neck, so she's on meds and the instructions we have will hopefully end the pain, or at least keep her comfortable until we get back to Wisconsin. Thank you for taking the time in explaining things to us, and for reassuring us she will be safe to take the trip home."
    - John Doe / Naples, FL

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