- Companion Animal Medicine
- Aquatic Animal Medicine
- Customized Vaccine Programs
- Prescription Foods
- Home Again(R) Microchip I.D.
- Friendly and Professional Service
- Difficulty breathing, blue tongue or raspy breath sounds.
- Swollen or distended abdomen, with or without productive vomiting.
- Inability to urinate or defecate, especially if straining. (Cats may repeatedly go to the litter box, lick at the genital area, and/or vocalize.)
- Ingestion of toxin, including but not limited to: chocolate, rodenticides (mouse and rat bait), garden pest control products (snail baits), prescription, over the counter or illegal drugs, and household cleaners. BRING THE CONTAINER WITH YOU!
- Traumas such as being hit by a car, a fall from a height or blunt force, even if the animal is NOT showing any ill effects!
- Collapse/inability to stand or walk.
- Loss of balance or consciousness, convulsions or seizure activity.
- Any trauma or concern with the eyes.
- Penetrating wound, such as bite wounds (dog or cat), gunshot or stab wounds.
- Bleeding that does not stop. (Apply pressure with a clean cloth while on your way).
- Vomiting or diarrhea with blood.
- Heatstroke: heavy panting, weakness on a warm day.
- Exposure to snakes or ticks.
- Any time you feel something just is not right.
Call 248 624-4829 for any EMERGENCY!