photo-common-emergenciesIf your pet exhibits any of the following symptoms, you should seek immediate veterinary assistance:

• Convulsions or tremors
• Diarrhea
• Vomiting
• Difficulty breathing
• Difficulty urinating
• Bleeding
• Not eating
• Increased water consumption

Orange County Emergency Pet Clinics offer the expertise, state-of-the-art equipment, and experience to treat all pet emergencies, including:

• Hit by a car
• Fractures
• Poisoning
• Eye injuries and eye conditions
• Abscess
• Gunshot wounds
• Choking
• Allergic reactions
• Lacerations
• Shock
• Dog fight injuries and bite wounds
• Seizures
• Snakebites
• Chemical and other burns
• Drowning
• Heatstroke
• Internal and external bleeding
• Pregnancy and delivery complications

In emergencies, immediate urgent veterinary care can make the difference in your pet’s recovery and could save his or her life. Our on-site licensed veterinarians are ready to help your pet in any animal emergency during our operating hours: Monday through Friday, 6:00 pm to 8:00 am, Saturday noon until 8:00 am Monday morning, and 24-hours on major holidays.