A pet emergency can encompass a range of scenarios that require immediate medical attention. These may include, but are not limited to, trauma from an accident, ingestion of a toxic substance, extreme fevers, seizures, increased urination or water consumption, abdominal enlargement, internal or external bleeding, and difficulty breathing. If your pet displays unusual behavior or symptoms, it's best to seek veterinary care immediately. When in doubt, please don't hesitate to contact us.

After your pet receives emergency treatment, we provide post-emergency care and, if necessary, hospitalization. This involves close monitoring of your pet's condition, administering necessary medications, and ensuring their comfort during recovery. We also schedule follow-up consultations to monitor your pet's progress post-treatment and make any necessary adjustments to their recovery plan.

Our team is always available to answer any questions you may have throughout this process.