CARE Animal Emergency Services provides urgent care for pets who are sick or injured after their primary care veterinarian is closed. We service the entire SouthWest Suburbs of Chicago, and people do not have to be clients of Animal Care Center to use our emergency services. We communicate with your primary care veterinarian after your visit with us to let them know you were at our facility and all that we provided for your pet. All tests, diagnostics and treatments will be forwarded to your regular vet to be kept in your pet’s permanent health record there. CARE also offers emergency surgical services such as caesarians, ingested foreign body removal, GDV (bloat), lacerations, fracture repair, and any other procedure that cannot wait until your primary care veterinarian’s office is open.
Fur-ever In Our Hearts Pet Loss Workshop Each month, Kremer Veterinary Services offers a Pet Loss Workshop to help you grieve your pets you may have lost. Join us to create a memory piece about your pet and to share stories with others who are grieving. Learn More...
Help Save Pets was originally founded as the Humane Society of Plainfield in 2000. Since then we have placed over 14,000 animals into loving homes. Each one of these animals was given shelter, food, medical aid and vaccinations and time to find the right home. Our doctors mended mutilated limbs and cured many illnesses so that these animals could get a second chance at good lives. We have grown and now operate out of 6 locations, not all of them in Plainfield. In 2008, we changed our name from the Humane Society of Plainfield to Help Save Pets, still HSP.
Dr. Tony Kremer owns 6 veterinary hospitals in the Chicagoland area and one in Ohio. He is the founder of Help Save Pets, an animal shelter which has saved more than 14,000 pets since 2000. Dr. Tony’s knowledge, insight, and advice are shared regularly with major media outlets across the nation and in the third largest market. Dr. Tony is also a member of the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association Public Education Committee that routinely gets the word out about responsible pet ownership.