Situations that Warrant Urgent Care for Pets
The following are examples of urgent conditions/situations in pets that may not be life-threatening, but still require evaluation by a veterinarian.
- Ear and eye problems (redness, discharge)
- Nasal discharge
- Vomiting and/or diarrhea
- Issues of the skin and nails (fungal infections, lesions, etc.)
- Urinary issues (going less frequently, small amount of blood in urine)
- Intestinal parasites (finding worms/eggs in stool)
- Pet has fleas
- Lumps and bumps on the skin
- Sudden increase or decrease in consumption of food and water
- Mouth pain and/or bad breath (could indicate oral disease)
What to Expect If Your Pet Needs Urgent Care
Find out what to expect when you arrive at our hospital by clicking below.