What is an emergency?
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Bite wounds, puncture and lacerations
Vaccine induced reactions or anaphylactic reactions
Bleeding (nose bleeds, bleeding from soft tissue masses, etc.)
Respiratory distress (panting, labored breathing, nasal discharge, excessive sneezing / coughing)
Collapse or fainting
Change in behavior
Excessive scratching / itching, skin infections and other skin lesions
Seizures, muscle spasms, incoordination, disoriented
Consecutive bouts of vomiting and/or diarrhea
Trouble giving birth
Common Emergency Situations
If your pet is experiencing any of these symptoms or if you have questions, please contact us immediately at 702.7767650
A serious, unexpected, and often dangerous situation requiring immediate action.
Easier said that recognized, right? Some health emergencies are obvious, while others are subtle leaving you to wonder what you should do. In these cases, it is best to remember that old saying, "Better safe than sorry."
The truth of the matter is that know one knows your pet better than YOU! If you believe your pet is uncomfortable, sick or injured, please don’t hesitate to bring him or her in for evaluation and allow us to be their unspoken voice of reason.
Difficulty walking, paralysis / paresis or other leg lameness
Ingestion of toys or toxins / medications not currently prescribed
Trauma / hit by a car
Difficulty urinating / defecating, inappropriate urinating
Excessive drinking and/or eating habits
Eye issues (excessive blinking, pawing at face and eyes, ocular discharge, unable to open eye(s), vision impairment)
Not eating or drinking
Foul odor from the mouth, excessive drooling
Head tilt, excessive head shaking and/or ear scratching, swollen ear(s)
EMERGENCY CALL 702.822.1045