Is it an EMERGENCY?
Sometimes it can be difficult to know when your pet may need emergency care. If you are unsure as to whether your pet’s condition might require immediate attention, PLEASE, DON’T HESITATE TO CALL! Our staff is always ready, willing, and able to provide you with expert guidance. The following situations should always be treated as emergencies:
- ANY Difficulty Breathing
- Bloated or Painful Abdomen
- Bleeding and/or Pale Gums
- Trouble Urinating and/or Defecating
- Heat Stroke
- Trauma or Injury
- Collapse or Loss of Consciousness
- Seizures, Tremors, or Convulsions
- Acute Facial Swelling and/or Hives
- Persistent Vomiting or Diarrhea
- Ingestion of any TOXIC substance or HUMAN MEDICATION — These include but are not limited to: chocolate, grapes/raisins, onion, ibuprofen/Advil, Tylenol/acetaminophen, antifreeze, avocado, many house plants (lilies especially), xylitol chewing gum, macadamia/walnuts, et cetera.