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Meet Our Doctors

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Brittanie Grant, DVM

Dr. Brittanie Grant is originally from Southern Ontario, Canada. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University. She completed her clinical year at Iowa State, and then remained in Iowa to work as the sole on-call doctor in a small-town veterinary clinic for both large and small animals. She recently moved to Peoria where she now works exclusively with small animals. Prior to becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Grant was a decorated National-level synchronized swimmer for over a decade and competed all over the United States and Canada.

Tri County Animal Emergency Clinic in Peoria is experiencing a veterinarian shortage
(as are many ER facilities nationwide).

Please call ahead for instructions from the staff, and if we have a doctor available to see your pet.

If you know someone, or know someone who knows a veterinarian, please have them send a cover letter and their resume to and we will be happy to talk to them. See the information below, and feel free to share on your social media page.

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About Our Emergency Clinic

Providing emergency animal care to the Tri-County area for over 20 years.

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Tri-County Animal Emergency Clinic was established in the early 90s by several Peoria-area veterinarians to better serve clients' needs for after-hours emergency care for their pets.
The clinic was originally located on University Avenue in Peoria and moved to its current location in September of 2001.  We have full diagnostic and surgical capabilities as well as a complete staff of veterinarians, certified veterinary technicians, and assistants. 

Our goal at Tri-County Animal Emergency Clinic is to be an extension of your regular veterinarian.  Your pet will be examined and treated appropriately to solve the problem being experienced, or to stabilize the condition and prepare for treatment with your regular doctor.  All records of exam, diagnostic testing and treatment are forwarded to your regular doctor for your pet's permanent record and to allow your regular doctor to continue treatment.

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