Vets are very caring people and they will open up for an emergency. In fact, there are plenty of vets that have emergency numbers that you can call if you need to.
Every pet owner knows there may come a time when you will need to get emergency care for your pet. Just like accidents happen to people and they need to go to the emergency room at their local hospital, pets might end up needing to visit one as well.
Emergency Vet Hospitals are hard to come by sometimes as it takes quite a bit of money to keep them running. Unlike regular hospitals that people go to, a vet hospital doesn't get any state or federal funding to keep its doors open. Because of this, not every city will have one that can accommodate all the pets.
As you might not be able to get your pet to a vet hospital, there are other options that you can try. Most vets will be more than capable of handling any type of surgery that they might need to do, but there could be times when you find your local vet is closed for the day.
You can ask your vet what kinds of medications you can give to your pet to help them until you can get them to the vet. Small amounts of over the counter medications for people can be given to some pets in order to give them a bit of relief. But you have to talk to your vet about the dosages as they are not given for pets. Taking actions like this ahead of an emergency will help you in case something does happen later on, and your vet will do anything they can to help you out when you need it.
As far as paying for an emergency, you can simply take a little extra money to your vet every month and have it added to your account. This will build up a small savings in your account that you can use later on if some kind of emergency pops up. You can also get cheaper treatments if you are more willing to handle some aspects at home instead of having the vet do everything for your pet.