Vomiting and diarrhea can have multiple underlying causes. It’s best to have them examined, especially if they don’t feel well in case it’s something serious.
Itchy ears and skin may not seem like an emergency, but your pet's discomfort shouldn’t be keeping both of you up all night.
We are happy to examine, test, and treat your pet to get them some immediate relief.
Bite wounds or lacerations can become infected and can actually be much worse below the visible surface. We recommend all wounds be examined soon after occurring.
Surgical Incisions can sometimes turn red and swollen or sutures can pull apart. If you have concerns, we can examine the incision and provide treatment if needed.
A hit by vehicle can be very serious, even if they seem to look okay from the outside. Head, chest, abdomen, or limb injuries can be life-threatening and lead to shock. Occasionally, internal trauma can surface within hours, or days after blunt force injuries.
End of life decisions are very hard, and sometimes they need to be addressed unexpectedly.
If your elderly or terminally-ill pet is in pain and need of care, we are here to help.
Causes of seizures and tremors can range from reasons like epilepsy, toxins, infections, low blood sugar, or cancer. Your pet should be seen if a seizure lasts longer than 5 minutes or several cluster seizures occur in one day.
Itchy skin, rashes, or the sudden appearance of hives and swelling are signs of an allergy or a hypersensitivity reaction. Sometimes, allergic reactions can be severe and cause breathing problems or even collapse. Ear infections can cause significant discomfort and sleepless nights , but we can help!
If your pet accidentally ingests a toxin, bring your pet in for immediate treatment. IF possible, please bring the chemical container and label with you.
If you know your pet has ingested a toxin, please bring your pet to a veterinarian. If not immediately possible, contact the Pet Poison Control - Veterinary Toxicologist:
Respiratory distress is likely due to a serious heart or lung problem.
Do not wait to bring your pet to a veterinarian - this is an emergency!
We have the technology in our modern office to run emergency bloodwork like complete blood counts, chemistry panels, PCV tests, total solids tests, and blood sugar tests. These tests are all important when we are working to make sure your pet is taken care of!
Our clinic uses state-of-the-art x-ray technology to provide cutting edge quality images.
X-rays are available for forwarding to view at other hospitals such as your regular veterinarian's office the next day.
Ultrasound imaging can be helpful to understand what might be going on inside of your pet's body. We have a cutting edge ultrasound machine in our clinic to make sure we can understand what your pet's needs are.
Equipment such as our doppler blood pressure monitor and pulse oximeter machine help us continuously monitor your pet's health and progress to make sure we achieve the best outcome.
We have high standards for our pet patients' comfort. Nobody likes to be in pain, and we certainly want to make sure we do everything possible to reduce pain. All patients will have standardized pain assessments completed (CSU Pain Score) and a comprehensive pain management plan will be prescribed.
Wednesday Nov 22- 10 AM to 4 PM
Closed Thanksgiving Day