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Rockville, MD

ACHIEVE Veterinary Urgent Care

A sick or injured pet in need of care can be a stressful event. Visiting a veterinarian you don’t know can add to that anxiety. We value transparency at ACHIEVE Veterinary Urgent Care and strive to make your visit as relaxed as possible.

What We Do

ACHIEVE Veterinary Urgent Care was birthed to address an underserved area of veterinary medicine for pets in the Washington DC metro area. Dr. Stevie Jones, Jr., a general practitioner, and Dr. Jasmine Nolan, an emergency veterinarian, realized that primary care veterinarians were booked for weeks and that the wait times at veterinary emergency facilities were extremely long, often extending to a several hour wait. Our goal is to provide a service to the community that will treat small animal non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses. This service will be a link between the primary care veterinarian and the 24-hour emergency hospital. Just like an urgent care center for humans, we provide prompt, superior quality as well as compassionate state-of-the-art healthcare that is tailored to the needs of the pets and pet parents. We intend to ACHIEVE this in a manner that is trustworthy, transparent, and as efficient as possible.


Our Services

Complete Veterinary Urgent Care Services in Rockville, MD

At ACHIEVE Veterinary Urgent Care, we understand that emergencies can happen at any time. That’s why we offer complete veterinary urgent care services for your beloved pet.



  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea or Constipation
  • Intestinal or External Parasites
  • Coughing/Sneezing
  • Urinary Problems (blood in the urine, frequent urination, straining to urinate)
  • Skin problems (skin infections, rashes, sores)
  • Ear Infections
  • Eye Problems (redness, squinting, discharge)
  • Nasal/Nose Problems (discharge, congestion)


  • Limping or lameness
  • Minor Lacerations or grooming accidents
  • Bite wounds or wounds of unknown origin
  • Burns
  • New/Bleeding Bumps or Masses
  • Broken toenails

ADR – “Ain’t Doing Right”

  • Decreased appetite
  • Change in behavior/lethargy
  • Unspecified Pain or Discomfort
  • Change in Food and Water intake
  • Quality of Life Discussion

Urgent Care vs Emergency