If the stray animal (whether a pet or wildlife) is injured, we will do anything we can to help when it comes to medical care. We would work with our local organizations to arrange care after the hospital stay is complete. If the animal is not injured, give us a call anyway and we will direct you to the best local resource.
We want to communicate with your regular vet as much as possible. We can do that prior to care, during care, and/or post discharge. It is our normal process to collect their contact information and send your pet's full medical record over as soon as care is complete.
There are several odd occurrences that may qualify as a pet emergency. Some are obvious like trouble breathing, collapsing or bleeding. But others are not so obvious at all. If your pet is acting strange, the best thing to do is pick up the phone and call one of our hospitals to speak with a doctor. They will help determine if you are having a pet emergency.
If you need to make plans for end of life services, we encourage you to call and speak with a doctor at one of our hospitals. We will talk you through the process, answer your questions, and plan to make the experience as comfortable as possible for you and your family.
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