Excessive bleeding should always be considered an emergency event. If your pet has trouble breathing, collapses or become unconscious, get to the vet as quickly as possible. An obviously broken bone requires emergency vet care. Seizures, confusion or problems walking should be seen quickly. Injury to the eyes, lameness or repeated vomiting or diarrhea should receive immediate care. Heatstroke is also an emergency condition that can threaten the life of your pet. If your pet has difficulty urinating or defecating, you should bring the animal in for treatment.
First of all, remain calm, even though you may be feeling upset. Talk to your pet in a soothing manner. Wrap your pet in a towel or blanket to carry them to your car.
Yes, once your pet receives appropriate treatment, you will be allowed to spend some time to se how he or she is doing.
Dr. Aslani, Dr. Singh, and the team at Henderson Animal Hospital use their many years of experience to treat pets in Winnipeg, MB, and surrounding areas. We offer many veterinary services, including wellness exams, vaccinations, spay & neuter surgery, microchipping, diagnostics, dental care, and grooming.