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Emergency Vet in Marinette, WI

An emergency is a situation that absolutely cannot wait until regular office hours. If your pet does have an emergency during office hours, call us right away at (715) 735-9511 and remain on the line to speak to a representative.
For emergency vet care after hours, please call the Green Bay BluePearl Pet Hospital at (920) 494-9400. Located on 2141 Lime Kiln Road, Green Bay WI 54311

If you are unsure if your situation is an emergency and would like immediate advice from a licensed veterinarian outside of TCVC please see the information below about VetTriage.

If you are currently under medical care and have a therapy question you can email a question to information@tcvcmarinette.com and one of our doctors will respond via email within 12 hours.

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For after-hours emergency service we have partnered with VetTriage to offer video telehealth services. The VetTriage veterinarians are available 24/7 and will assess your pet on a live video chat for a small fee to determine if your pet requires immediate emergency care, or simple monitoring at home until we reopen. In the event of an emergency, they will coordinate your visit to the local on-call hospital or emergency veterinary hospital.

Did you know that there are some over the counter medications that are safe to use on your pet at home? 


To use for vomiting, diarrhea, constipation or straining.

For Dogs: Give 1 tablespoon by mouth for every 25# of body weight. Can give up to every 8 hours.

For Cats: Can give 1/2 teaspoon by mouth up to every 8 hours.

* 1 tablespoon is equal to 1 caplet *


To use for allergic reactions.

For Dogs over 15#: Can give 25mg by mouth up to every 6 hours.

For Dogs under 15#: Can give 12.5mg by mouth up to every 6 hours.

For Cats: Can give 12.5mg by mouth up to every 8 hours.

Milk of Magnesia

To use for constipation and straining.

For Dogs & Cats: Give 1/2 teaspoon by mouth for every 10# of body weight. Can give twice daily.

It is safe to round up on doses.


*If your pet shows no improvement after 24 hours of treating with these over the counter options, please contact us to make an appointment.* 

I had an emergency with my cat and they got me in right away.

– Karen J.