Friday, 10/22/2021

Your pet may need immediate medical attention in case of emergencies, such as:

Injuries due to an accident

If your pet gets severe injuries due to an accident, take it to a vet immediately.

Injuries due to conflict

Your pet may get injured due to a fight with another animal (s).


If you notice bleeding, take your pet to a veterinarian to diagnose the cause and start treatment.

Broken Bones

Fractures due to falls or hits create difficulty for your pet in routine movements.

Vomiting or Diarrhea

Frequent vomiting indicates digestive issues. Take your pet to a veterinarian for a checkup.

Toxin Ingestion

Has your pet swallowed or eaten something poisonous?

Difficulty in Breathing

Panting or wheezing indicates issues with the respiratory tract or some obstacle.


Burns may occur due to contact with fire or caustic substances like acids.

Difficulty Urinating

Pets may face difficulty and pain while urinating.


Heatstroke can happen due to excessive heat and dehydration.

Take your pet to a veterinarian if you find any of the signs mentioned above. Schedule an Emergency Vet appointment using –