Animal Emergency Center

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Animal Emergency Center
Animal Emergency Center is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Collinsville, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Emergency Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Emergency Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 69.

Contact information for Animal Emergency Center is:
2005 Mall St
Collinsville, IL 62234
(618) 346-1843

"Animal Emergency Center" - ZapScore Report

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Animal Emergency Center has an overall ZapScore of 69. This means that Animal Emergency Center has a higher ZapScore than 69% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Collinsville, Illinois is 37 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore

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Animal Emergency Center shared ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center's post.
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The Animal Emergency Center is open and fully staffed today if you would have a pet emergency. Please remember to keep the Easter baskets filled with candy, gum, Easter grass and other hazardous items out of your pets reach. AEC wishes everyone a safe and Happy Easter!

Animal Emergency Center shared Days Of The Year's post.
Today (Tue 11th Apr) is Pet Day! Now, we all can think of the traditional things: a new toy, some tasty treats, or a long walk in the park, maybe a game of fetch, assuming you have a dog!
Pet Day is a chance for those of us who own pets to show them how much we love them. Now, we all can think of the traditional things: a new toy,...

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