Emergency Care

Consider bringing your pet in IMMEDIATELY if he/she:

  • Is having difficulty breathing
  • Is vomiting (especially with blood)
  • Is bleeding excessively
  • Is having a seizure or loss of balance
  • Is visibly in pain or panting heavily
  • Has eaten/swallowed a foreign object
  • Has suffered serious trauma or injury
  • Is unconscious
  • Is experiencing unusual swelling
  • Is having irregular or bloody bowel movements
  • Is having trouble urinating or is vocalizing while urinating
  • Is acting erratically or biting at imaginary objects
  • Has suffered heatstroke or severe dehydration
  • Has had diarrhea for more than 24 hours straight
  • Has eaten/swallowed a poisonous substance
  • Seems to have lost its sight (sudden blindness)
  • Has a swollen abdomen that appears painful when touched
  • Is pregnant and having difficulty delivering puppies or kittens
  • Any other symptoms or situations of concern