What Could Mean an Emergency for Your Pet?
Knowing what sets a health emergency apart from other issues can save an animal's life. The most common signs your cat or dog needs emergency vet care include:
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- Limping due to possible bone fracture(s)
- Bite wounds, cuts, bruises and other conditions
- Trouble breathing
- Chronic coughing
- Pale pink or white gums
- Dry, warm nose
- Eye injury
- Foaming at the mouth
- Bleeding from ears and nose
- Can't walk or stand
- Ingested a toxic substance
Let us know immediately if your pet is having problems so we can treat them sooner.
For After-Hours Emergency Veterinary Care
Our hospital is available to provide all kinds of care during regular business hours. For 24-hour pet emergency care and monitoring, your pet should see one of our recommended 24-hour emergency hospitals in and around Naples.