Explore FAQs at Springhurst Animal Hospital

Curious about your pet’s care? Dive into our frequently asked questions for insightful answers. Whether it’s appointments, procedures, or vaccinations, we’ve got you covered. Have more questions? Please feel free to call us at 502-326-2975 for any other concerns you might have about your pet.

There’s something wrong with my pet, what do I do?

We would love to see your pet and give them the care they need! You can call us at 502-326-2975, or request an appointment through the PetDesk app. If you have specific questions, our knowledgeable staff can answer your questions or get you in contact with a veterinarian.

What kind of treatments and procedures do you do?

Please see our services page for a complete list.

Can you give me an estimate for a procedure?

If you and your pet have been here in the past year, we would be happy to get you an estimate to meet you and your pet’s needs. If we haven’t seen your pet before, please make an appointment so we can give them the excellent care they deserve.

Do you take walk-ins?

We see patients on an appointment-only basis. Making an appointment for your pet ensures that they are given the right amount of time to be seen by a veterinarian. You can call us at 502-326-2975, or request an appointment through the PetDesk app.

Do you see emergencies?

Springhurst Animal Hospital primarily focuses on preventative care, wellness checks, and urgent care.

If your pet is in a life-threatening emergency, please call Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists (502-266-7007), Blue Pearl (502-244-3036), or Jefferson Animal Hospital (502-966-4104).

Can I bring in wildlife?

Unfortunately, we are not able to treat wildlife due to public health concerns and disease control. If you see a wild animal that you believe is injured, please call animal control or a wildlife rehabilitation center.

Will you see my exotic pet?

At Springhurst Animal Hospital, we see many different small animals! This includes dogs, cats, reptiles, birds, rabbits, rodents, ferrets, and sugar gliders. However, we are currently unable to provide care for amphibians, fish, primates, or arachnids.

What vaccinations do you offer?

For dogs, we offer rabies, DAPP (4-way), leptospirosis, bordetella, Lyme disease, and flu vaccines. For cats, we offer rabies, FVRCP, and FeLV (leukemia) vaccines. We can also send out vaccine titers for rabies, distemper, and parvo.