We Are Here for the Unexpected!
When to Seek Emergency Veterinary Care
If your pet is experiencing any of the following symptoms, you may need to seek emergency care.
Uncontrolled or excessive bleeding
Loss of consciousness
Excessive vomiting or diarrhea
Appearance of broken bone
Object stuck in throat
Ingestion of toxic substance such as antifreeze, rat poison, pesticides, household
cleansers or medication that wasn’t prescribed for the pet
Difficulty urinating or defecating
Sudden collapse or inability to stand up
Injury to eyes and/or sudden blindness
High or Low temperatures (more than 104 or less than 99)
Tender, swollen abdomen—accompanied by gagging and attempts to vomit
During our office hours, our trained doctors and technicians can treat a wide range of emergency medical conditions. Within minutes of arriving at our facility, your pet will be seen, accessed, and provided the best medical care.
If it is at all possible to call before you arrive, we ask that you please do so. This allows us to better prepare for your arrival and for the emergency at hand.