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Emergency Care

Emergency Vet Care

Pet emergencies come in many forms, but recognizing the signs is sometimes difficult. Dogs and cats are experts at hiding illness—it’s a natural instinct that would have protected them from looking vulnerable in the wild. However, living in the comfort of your home, this instinct no longer serves them as well. Luckily, there are signs you can look for that indicate an emergency.

If you notice any of these symptoms, it's time to seek emergency vet care:

  • Blunt-force trauma (such as being hit by a car)
  • Suspected fractures or broken bones
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Excessive vomiting or diarrhea
  • Blood in vomit, stool, or urine
  • Sudden collapse or unconsciousness
  • Seizures
  • Difficulty urinating (especially in male cats)
  • Signs of extreme pain such as decreased mobility or increased vocalizing

Any significant change in behavior is also a sign that your pet needs to see the vet. While every instance may not be an emergency, it’s important to call us at (248) 646-1669 to get a professional assessment and determine whether you need to seek emergency vet care.

Emergency Services During Our Business Hours

If you need emergency pet care during our regular business hours, please call us at (248) 646-1669 immediately. Our veterinarians will help you decide where your pet's best care options will be found, either here or perhaps at an emergency vet clinic.

After-Hours Emergency Vet Clinics

Oakland Veterinary Referral Services

(248) 334-6877
1400 S Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

 

Blue Pearl Specialty & Emergency Pet Hospital - Southfield

(248) 354-6640
29080 Inkster Road
Southfield, MI 48034

 

MedVet Commerce

(248) 960-7200
1120 Welch Road
Commerce, MI 48390

 

Blue Pearl Specialty & Emergency Pet Hospital - Auburn Hills

(248) 371-3713
3412 East Walton Blvd.
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

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