Emergency 2018-10-02T07:27:29+00:00

Emergency Care for Dogs & Cats

When every second counts.

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Signs of an Emergency

Any of these require immediate veterinary care.

If you are unsure if your pet is experiencing an emergency, please call us. At the very least, we can guide you through what steps to take or put your mind at ease.

  • Trauma or Injury (hurt in a fight, fallen from high up, hit by car, etc)
  • Non-responsive or unusually lethargic
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Eye injury (redness, swelling or discharge)
  • Sudden weakness or collapse

  • Seizures (new or changing in length/symptoms)
  • Ingestion of poison, toxin, or foreign object
  • In persistent pain (keeps complaining or crying)
  • Concerns with pregnancy or labor
  • Sudden or unexplained weight loss

  • Lumps (especially if they bleed or grow rapidly)
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Persistent or severe coughing
  • Bleeding (any part of body, or in feces or urine)

OPEN HOUSE EVENT!

Saturday, December 8th from 12-4pm.

The open house will benefit Dog Orphans Humane Society.

Learn more about all the fun events and a list of items we're collecting, click here!