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Being able to recognize and respond to emergency situations can be the difference when your pet finds themselves in a potentially life threatening situation. You should always seek veterinary help if you suspect a pet emergency. Make sure you have your veterinarian and closest emergency service’s contact information easily accessible.

  • Poison: Chemicals, Foods, Allergic Reactions
  • Mobility: Seizures, Severe Limp, Unconsciousness
  • Trauma: Bites, Bleeding, Impacts
  • Heat: Heat Stroke, Heat Stress
  • Throat: Choking, Severe Vomiting, Refusal to Drink/Eat
  • Other: Eye Injury, Inability to Pass Waste, Blockage in Waste

Common Pet Emergencies