Here are some answers to questions that we are frequently asked. If you have additional questions that aren’t covered here, please feel free to get in touch here.
- If you think it is!
- Any time a condition is either life threatening or at risk of becoming vitally unstable. Examples are acute bleeding, shortness of breath, bloat/torsion of stomach, loss of consciousness, poison ingestion, or bone fractures.
You are the most important advocate for your pet. You are the first (and best!) set of eyes to determine when emergency care is needed. The most important thing is time. Get them transported to a veterinarian quickly and safely.