Primary Care

Emergency Care

Our hospital offers emergency care. If you suspect your pet may be having a medical crisis, err on the side of caution and seek medical attention immediately. Our experienced team of veterinarians, technicians and assistants are here to assist your pet when it is needed most.

Any of the following situations can be considered an emergency:

  • Ingestion of a foreign object, drug, poison or unknown substance*
  • Bleeding or unexplained bruising
  • Blood in vomit, feces, and/or urine
  • Severe vomiting, retching, and/or diarrhea
  • Swollen, hard, or painful abdomen or unproductive retching
  • Serious wound
  • Any injury to the eyes
  • Seizures
  • Inability to move or sudden weakness
  • Unusual or erratic behavior
  • Signs of extreme pain
  • Straining to urinate (especially a male cat)
  • Prolonged heat exposure, overheating, or heat stroke
  • Snake bite
  • Allergic reaction (facial swelling, difficulty breathing)
  • Any signs of respiratory difficulty (increased respiratory effort, coughing, wheezing)

Your pet's health is our main concern. While we are no longer 24 hours, we can stabilize your pet while here and will likely be transferred to another facility for 24 hour care.

*If your pet has ingested a possible or known toxin, please bring the packaging of the toxic substance with you.