During business hours, we make every effort to see our own emergencies. After regular business hours, on the weekends, and over a holiday, we direct our clients to Pet Emergency and Trauma Service (PETS). PETS provides after hours care and monitoring for patients that have had procedures or been hospitalized at their regular veterinary clinic. Your pet may not be ready to go home yet, so PETS will provide the needed care overnight or through the weekend. One of the owners of 360 Pet Medical, Dr Loni Odenbeck, is also an owner of PETS. This ensures that the level of care you receive at PETS will be the level of medicine that you to expect during regular hours.
PETS is stocked with all the medications and products needed to care for critical patients. 360 Pet Medical has access to these products should the need arise during business hours. Some important products are kept in stock are:
Blood products – for animals needing blood transfusions
Antivenom – for rattlesnake snake bites
Continuous vital monitoring
Continuous infusions of medications (CRI)- for pain medications, antibiotics, or insulin.
Insulin –for diabetic pets
360 Pet Medical as well as PETS provide emergency surgical services. We have a fully equipped surgical suite complete with trained veterinary technicians, Electrocardiograms, blood pressure monitoring, and oxygen saturation monitoring to keep your pet as safe as possible during surgery.
PETS is owned by a number of the veterinarians in the Gallatin Valley, including Dr Loni Odenbeck of 360 Pet Medical. They are continuously staffed with veterinarians and veterinary technicians, on-site, when our business is closed. They are located near the Blue Basket, at the intersection of Springhill and 19th Ave. North and their phone number is 406-587-3996.