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  • Veterinary Medical Center services, emergency, urgent care
    Update to VMC access and services as of 5/18/20
    Hospital for Companion Animals and Dublin Urgent Care offering limited access to clients; Equine and Farm Hospitals continuing drop-off only.
  • Temporary parking change, emergency access
    Emergency/Drop off driveway and parking lot open
    The Hospital for Companion Animals emergency and animal drop off driveway and client parking lot in front of the building are open.
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    After-Hours Veterinary Urgent Care Open in Dublin!
    The Veterinary Medical Center-Dublin now offers Urgent Care service available evenings, weekends, and holidays. No appointment necessary!
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    Information for dog owners about canine influenza
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Please note: Face masks are required before entering Veterinary Medical Center hospitals. Farm and Equine Hospitals only providing curbside service at this time. See details below. 

If you do not own a face mask, a limited supply of masks are available at the entrance to each hospital. Thank you for your cooperation!

The Hospital for Companion Animals and our Dublin urgent care service are allowing limited access to the hospitals, while our farm and equine hospitals remain drop-off only

A significant viral outbreak of a new type of Coronavirus named “2019 Novel Coronavirus” or “COVID-19” is affecting a large number of countries around the world, including the United States.