Emergency Vet Queens, NY

Emergencies can happen at any time, even to our pets. No matter how prepared we are, there are still incidents that require immediate medical attention.

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Common Pet Emergencies Handled at Emergency Vet Queens, NY

Panic is a pet owner’s usual response to a pet emergency. This reaction is entirely understandable as some of our pets' symptoms can be related to fatal diseases.

In an emergency, immediately call Emergency Vet Queens, NY. We are always prepared to deliver emergency vet services any time of the day.

24 Hour Vet Queens, NY

Emergencies may happen when we least expect them. In situations when your pet is in urgent need of veterinary attention in the middle of the night or before the break of dawn, know that we are just a call away. We have licensed veterinary care providers ready to assist you with your pet emergency.

Emergency Vet Queens NY

24 Hour Vet Queens, NY

Emergencies may happen when we least expect them. In situations when your pet is in urgent need of veterinary attention in the middle of the night or before the break of dawn, know that we are just a call away. We have licensed veterinary care providers ready to assist you with your pet emergency.

Common Emergency for Pets Queens

As a pet owner, you must know about the common emergencies you and your pet might experience. The following is a list of the most common among the many situations we handle.

Severe Bleeding. This is one of the common pet emergencies that is usually taken lightly. Many pet owners believe that their first aid measures to their pets would be enough. However, this often leads to their pet’s worsening condition. When your pet is bleeding, you can apply first aid, but immediately contact Emergency Vet Queens for assistance if it continues for more than five minutes. The bleeding could be hiding under their fur, so you have to watch out for it. Severe bleeding can be a sign of infection or skin disease. If the bleeding is caused by a cut or wound, it might be deeper than you imagined. Have professionals care for your pet so its bleeding can be controlled and its wound stitched up.

Choking And Breathing Difficulties. Remember that it is not good to wait and see what would happen next when you see your pet having difficulty breathing. You might think it is normal, but it could lead to death. Performing CPR on your pet is very risky. It could lead to a tragedy, especially if untrained and inexperienced. Our vets are the best option you have. We are certified to provide CPR and have the best equipment to address your pet’s breathing concerns.

Presence Of Blood In Excrement and Other Bodily Fluids. If you see blood in your pet’s excrement, urine, vomit, saliva, eyes, nose, ears, and mouth, the first thing that you should do is to inspect the source or body part. There could be a small cut or wound near those areas. If there aren’t any signs of wounds or bruises, take your dog immediately to our vets. We will directly proceed with laboratory tests to check and confirm if your pet is suffering from an internal medical condition. For complex cases, please expect us to run multiple tests. We need to be sure of the diagnosis to provide the appropriate medical treatment and course of action.

Pain. Our pets have exceptional skills in hiding their pain away. Most pet owners do not notice that their pet is suffering or when their dog or cat shows signs of distress. Pet owners usually think some alterations in their pet’s behavior are normal and dismiss them. Your pet is in pain if it is panting, excessive licking of the painful area, aggression, etc. When these become more evident, it means that your pet can no longer endure the pain and requires immediate medical attention. Pain could be a sign of a severe medical condition. Therefore, an urgent trip to our facility is necessary.

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Other emergencies should not be ignored. To know more about them and for your pet’s urgent medical need, call Emergency Vet Queens, NY. When you call us, we will provide you with instructions on caring for your pet while waiting for professional help. If you need help with safely transporting your pet to our facility, please let your responder know as soon as they get in contact with you.