Emergency Veterinary Services
Time is of the essence during an emergency. Please use the following resources to help you navigate through your options and next steps.
Emergency Case Guide
Please use this guide to determine if it is an emergency.
- Difficulty, open mouth & labored breathing
- Collapsing/unable to walk
- Vomiting blood
- Distended abdomen/ bloating
- Possible ingestion of foreign material
- Exposure to poison or toxin (Contact Poison control for further instruction)
- Excessive bleeding
- Male cat not urinating for over 24 hours
- Labor not progressing after 4 hours
- Diarrhea and vomiting for more than 24 hours
- Major cuts or wounds
- Broken toenail
- Not eating for more than 24 hours
- Major eye issue (*if out of socket, it is critical*)
- Urinary issue
- Ear, skin and anal gland issues
- Minor eye issues
- Coughing, sneezing, upper respiratory
- Diarrhea only
In case of an emergency outside of regular business hours, we encourage you to use the following resources for immediate assistance.