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Arrow Animal Urgent Care

Arrow Vet

What is urgent care?

  • Urgent care is walk-in care provided at a dedicated facility that is usually separate from an emergency clinic or general practice. Urgent care clinics can provide care for your pet in situations where the problem is not critical enough to seek emergency care, but you are unable to get an appointment with your primary veterinarian within a few days.

  • Our urgent care clinic models those in human medicine, namely, providing outpatient care in a timely manner. After a visit to our clinic, we encourage you to follow up with your veterinarian for ongoing management. In some cases, we may transfer you to a 24 h critical care facility if either we or your veterinarian are unable to provide in-house care.

  • You can always call to see if an urgent care clinic will meet your needs. We may recommend seeking emergency care, and we can provide you with the nearest location to you.

  • We do not provide any routine wellness or preventive care.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hours of operation

Monday-Sunday 10:00 am -8:00 pm


Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day

Do I need an appointment?

Our urgent care is on a walk in basis only. Once your pet arrives, you will be triaged by a member of the veterinary staff. Cases are seen in order of arrival. We will make every effort to update you on wait times. If you feel your pet cannot wait to be seen, please visit the nearest emergency clinic.

What are the costs for urgent care?

The cost of the initial exam is $120. The doctor will be able to provide you with an estimate for all services. Payment is due at time of service. We take all major credit cards as well as Care Credit. We are not able to offer payment plans at this time.

How do I check in?

If you are comfortable doing so, please come into the lobby to start the check in process. If you would prefer to remain in your car, we can also provide curbside service for check in.

masks are required while in our facility.

For Veterinarians:

Please feel free to send us your urgent care cases that you are not able to accommodate for same day appointments! All patients will be referred back to your clinic for follow up care.

True to the nature of our urgent care model, patients needing hospitalization will be transferred to an emergency facility.

Patients requiring surgery, other than minor procedures, should be transferred directly to an emergency or specialty facility.

our team

Beth Guerra, DVM

Dr. Guerra graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. She worked in the Chicago suburbs in a busy walk in primary practice for two years, then moved across the country to Seattle to start work in emergency medicine. She has been a Washington state resident since 2003, and since then has dedicated most of her career to emergency medicine, first working at Alpine Animal Hospital, then ACCES Seattle/Renton, and stayed on board during their transition to BluePearl Specialty Hospitals.

Most recently, Dr. Guerra was part of the team at Priceless Pet Clinic. She favors the busy walk in model, and enjoys working in the varied environment of an urgent care setting. Dr. Guerra has three dogs of her own, and also fosters medical needs dogs for a local rescue organization. True to her Italian roots, she loves to cook for friends and family, and has recently learned to crochet.

Laurie Wieringa, DVM

Dr. Wieringa graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. She is originally from the Chicago suburbs and moved to the Seattle area after graduation and worked at a busy combination general practice/ER practice for 6 years. She then transitioned to doing solely emergency medicine at Seattle Veterinary Specialists in Kirkland until 2016. Dr. Wieringa then returned to general practice at Wilderness Animal Hospital in Maple Valley where she served as an Associate Veterinarian and then as Medical Director.

Laurie lives in a busy household full of boys, dogs and cats. When she is not transporting kiddos to sports and other events, she enjoys running, biking, baking, and binge watching true crime shows.