2045 S Schuyler Avenue

Kankakee, IL 60901 US


Emergency Care

In case of an emergency, our clients are asked to call or go to one of the following emergency clinics.  They are staffed overnight or 24 hours a day to treat your pets medical emergency.

Animal Emergency of Mokena, 19110 88th Avenue, Mokena, IL 60448. (708) 326-4800.


  • Take I-57 North
  • Take Exit 345B to merge onto I-80 toward Iowa
  • Take Exit 148A to merge onto S. Harlem Ave./IL 43S
  • Turn right at 191st Street
  • Turn left at 88th Avenue and the hospital will be on the right

Emergency Veterinary Care South, 13715 S. Cicero Avenue, Crestwood, IL 60445. (708) 388-3771


  • Take I-57 North
  • Take Exit 346 for 167th Street
  • Keep left at fork and follow signs for 167th St. W/Cicero Ave/IL-50 and merge onto 167th
  • Turn right at Cicerto Ave/IL-50 North
  • Travel 3.8 miles and the hospital will be on the right

If it is recommended that you seek medical attention at an emergency facility, or your pet is not a patient of ours, and you wish to travel south, we recommend:


  • Take I-57 South
  • Take Exit 237A/Indianapolis onto I-74E
  • Take Exit 183 for Lincoln Avenue
  • Turn right on Lincoln Avenue and go 3 miles
  • Turn right on Hazelwood Drive and the clinic is on the right

University of Illinois Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital, 1008 W. Hazelwood Drive, Urbana, IL 61802. (217) 333-5300

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