Your dog could be shaking their head due to an infection, water in their ears, or something else. But what can you do to help your canine companion? Here, our Turlock vets discuss the reasons your dog may be shaking their head and when you should book an exam with your vet.
Care you can count on 365 days a year
Your Turlock Veterinary Hospital
We are a full-service veterinary hospital in that offers comprehensive medical services for cats, dogs, and horses in Turlock and the surrounding areas. We also provide 24/7 emergency care for companion pets.
24/7 Care For Cats, Dogs and Horses
Turlock Veterinary Hospital Services
Taylor Veterinary Emergency is a full-service veterinary hospital that provides pets and horses from across Stanislaus County with comprehensive veterinary care. From regular checkups and vaccinations to surgical and critical care, we've got everything your animal needs to stay healthy.
My cat had an emergency late on a weekend night and our regular vet office is closed on the weekends. We called around and other emergency vet hospitals had over a 6 hour wait! But Taylor Vet Hospital managed to see us in just over an hour. The visit went smoothly and the staff was friendly and helpful.
Helping You Keep Your Animals Looking and Feeling Great
Tips & Advice From Our Turlock Vets
Whether you are looking for advice about parasite protection or information on common pet or equine illnesses, our blogs feature informative tips and advice that will help you to keep your animals healthy and happy.
There's no doubt about it; cats love to sleep. Our Turlock vets are often asked by concerned cat owners if they should be worried that their cat is sleeping so much. When does a cat's nap indicate that there may actually be a health emergency?
Ear infections are a common reason for dogs to visit our Turlock vets. Thankfully, most ear infections in dogs are easy to treat if caught early. Here are some of the signs of dog ear infections, and what to do if your dog's ears aren't as healthy as they should be.
We're Here When Your Pet Needs Us Most
Address & Hours
Taylor Veterinary Emergency proudly serves patients in Turlock, Stanislaus County and across the Central Valley.
Emergency Hours (Cat & Dog)
- Monday:24 hours
- Tuesday:24 hours
- Wednesday:24 hours
- Thursday:24 hours
- Friday:24 hours
- Saturday:24 hours
- Sunday:24 hours
For routine equine or companion pet services, including vaccinations, exams, and dental care, please call us to make an appointment.
New Patients Welcome
Taylor Veterinary Emergency is accepting new patients! Our experienced Turlock vets are passionate about the health of cats, dogs, and equine companions. Get in touch today to book your first appointment.