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  • Providing After-Hours Emergency in Blountville

    Emergencies tend to happen when we least expect them. At Airport Pet Emergency Clinic, we're here for you and your pets when you need us most.

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  • Serving the Tri-Cities area of Northeast Tennessee

    At Airport Pet Emergency Clinic we offer emergency services and critical care monitoring on weekday evenings, overnight, weekends, and holidays.

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Welcome to Our Animal Emergency Clinic in Blountville

Airport Pet Emergency Clinic provides after-hours emergency veterinary services for dogs and cats in the Tri-Cities area of Northeast Tennessee and surrounding areas.

Our emergency veterinary clinic, located in Blountville, provides emergency care on evenings, weekends and holidays, as well as critical care monitoring and emergency surgeries

The high-quality emergency vet care we provide at our clinic has given us a reputation for being a premier emergency animal hospital serving Northeast Tennessee and surrounding states including Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. 

After-Hours Emergency Care

Airport Pet Emergency Clinic | Blountville Emergency Vet

Animal Hospital in Blountville | Airport Pet Emergency Clinic

What to do in a Pet Emergency

Basic First-Aid Strategies Can Be Helpful 

Basic first-aid strategies may help stabilize your pet for transport. Once you feel confident transporting your pet, head to our Blountville veterinary hospital immediately. Call us ahead of time if you can.

    • Strategies for Dogs

      Slowly and calmly approach your dog, kneel down and call their name. If there is any indication of aggression, back away and call for help. If your pet seems passive, construct a makeshift stretcher and gently lift him or her onto it while supporting the neck and back areas. 

    • Strategies for Cats

      To help prevent your cat from biting, if they experience pain as you stabilize them, gently place a blanket or towel over their head. Slowly lift your cat and place him or her in an open-topped carrier or box, supporting the head and neck area carefully as you do so.

Continuing Care After The Emergency

      Our experienced veterinary team is here to see you through a pet emergency. When it's time to go back to your primary veterinarian for post-emergency and ongoing care, we'll ensure they have access to our records for the care we have provided for your pet.

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  • So very thankful there is a place like this after regular vet business hours. The staff was absolutely great. They talked with us to make sure they understood what was wrong and made sure we knew everything that they were doing and why. They took excellent care of my baby boy.
    - Darren
  • They took excellent care of my sweet puppy in the middle of the night! They were very busy but when our turn finally came they were completely focused on my dog.
    - Richelle
  • Great staff, super friendly, reasonably priced. It is an after hours clinic/hospital so you can expect to wait. I think that's a pretty reasonable expectation, especially considering people can just walk in. This was the first time I've ever had to come here and hopefully the last. However I'm grateful we have this facility available. They were awesome to my girl.
    - Mary

Pet Emergency Tips & Advice From Our Vets

The veterinary team at Airport Pet Emergency Clinic shares tips and advice to help you keep your pets safe in the event of an emergency situation.

Labored Breathing in Cats and Dogs: Causes & What to Do

Labored Breathing in Cats and Dogs: Causes & What to Do

Your dog or cat panting doesn't necessarily mean their breathing is labored. Labored breathing actually means that your pet is struggling to breathe. Here, our Blountville vets explain what labored breathing in dogs and cats is and what to do if your pet is having difficulties breathing.

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Heavy Bleeding in Cats & Dogs: What to Do?

Heavy Bleeding in Cats & Dogs: What to Do?

Your cat or dog injured themselves and are bleeding. No need to panic. Below are some basic first aid steps our Blountville vets want you to know how to do when your pet is bleeding before you can get them to the vet.

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Blood in Dog's Stool: Is It an Emergency?

Blood in Dog's Stool: Is It an Emergency?

It can be alarming when you see blood in your dog's poop, so it is important for owners to know when to be concerned. In this post, our Blountville veterinarians discuss some possible reasons there could be blood in your dog's stool and when it is an emergency.

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Address & Hours

Airport Pet Emergency Clinic proudly serves patients in Blountville, TN and the Tri-Cities area of Northeast Tennessee.

Hospital Hours

Monday to Thursday: 5:30 pm - 8:00 am (overnight)
Friday: open at 5:30 pm 
Saturday: 24 Hours
Sunday: 24 Hours
(close on Monday at 8:00 am) 

Open 24 hrs on all Major Holidays


2436 TN-75, Blountville, TN 37617 US


(423) 279-0574

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New Patients Welcome

Airport Pet Emergency Clinic is open weekday evenings, overnight, weekends and holidays to provide your pet with urgent care when needed. Our experienced Blountville vets are passionate about caring for companion animals.

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