Emergency Vet Services When You Need Them Most
Is Your Pet Showing Any of the Following Health Concerns?
If your pet is not acting like their normal self or perhaps they are showing one of the serious signs of a health concern that we have listed below, do not hesitate to call our emergency vets.
- Trouble breathing
- Nonstop gagging or coughing
- Bleeding from the rectum, mouth or nose
- Blood in urine
- Coughing up blood
- Severe diarrhea
- Severe vomiting
- Eye injury
- Unable to stand or walk
- What is an Emergency Vet?
- An emergency vet is a veterinarian that focuses solely on emergencies that pet owners are faced with. Some emergency vets are only open on nights and weekends, while others offer 24/7 care. It’s important to figure out where the emergency vets are in your area and what their hours are so that if an emergency arises you know where to go. Contact our team if you have any questions about the emergency vet services, we have available at McClelland Small Animal Hospital.
We Make Time to See Animals Having an Emergency
If your animal is having a medical emergency, give us a call if you can before you bring them in, so that we know you will be coming in.
Don’t hesitate to call or seek treatment for an animal that is in pain or struggling. When your pet’s life is at risk, we will be sure to make the time to squeeze them in between our scheduled appointments. The health of the animals we provide care to is always our emergency vets' number one priority. We strive to provide the best treatment available so that your pet can live a long and healthy life.
Our veterinary providers are all skilled at performing diagnostic tests and procedures to make sure that they get to the bottom of what is causing your pet’s troubles. Whether you are in Buffalo or any of its surrounding areas, call in for our emergency vet services and we will do our best to give your pet the help they need. You can also check out our full list of services available.