Emergency Veterinary Care in Westfield, IN

Does your pet appear to be sick or injured? Are you concerned about waiting overnight to see if they’re better the next day? We’d recommend bringing in your pet to our hospital if we’re open, so we can address the problem, give you answers, and provide your pet with the emergency veterinary care they need. You can call us in advance at (555) 555-5555 so we can prepare for your arrival, or you can walk in and we’ll take care of you. Regardless, your pet’s health is our primary concern.

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Don’t wait for your pet’s condition to change. If they need urgent care, reach out to us immediately.

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What Does a Pet Emergency Look Like?

Emergencies take many forms in dogs and cats, and some may be subtle. See below for a list of common emergency symptoms/events.

  • Vomiting and diarrhea for 24 hours or more
  • Hasn’t been eating or drinking for 24 hours or more
  • Having trouble breathing
  • Choking
  • Unable to walk or stand
  • Ingested a known toxin
  • Bleeding from ears, nose, or mouth
  • Has blood in stool, vomit, or urine
  • Eye injury
  • Abdomen is hard and swollen
  • Straining to urinate or defecate
  • Sitting/standing with head pressed against the wall
  • Having seizures
  • Signs of broken bones/blunt trauma
  • Encountered or got attacked by a wild animal
  • Has been in labor for an hour or more without delivering puppies/kittens
  • Ears and nose are hot (could be a sign of fever)