Animal Emergency Hospital is pleased to offer the following emergency veterinary services to the pets of Burton, MI and the surrounding areas.
Is my pet experiencing an emergency?
Pets with the following symptoms should be seen ASAP:
- Coughing and/or respiratory distress: difficult or labored breathing
- Neurological abnormalities: collapse, off balance, head tilt, seizures, circling, head pressing, visual deficiencies etc.
- Seizures: more than one in 24 hours
- Unproductive retching or dry heaving
- Rapid/progressive abdominal distension
- Vomiting and/or inability to hold down food/water
- Diarrhea or straining to defecate
- Slow or rapid heart rate
- Bleeding from orifices: mouth, nose, rectum, abnormal vaginal bleeding
- Lethargy, weakness
- Pale mucous membranes: pale gum color
- Inability to urinate or straining to urinate
- Difficult or long labor
- Toxin ingestion
- Pain/discomfort: trembling, yelping, unwillingness to move, aggressive behavior when moved
- Squinting one or both eyes
- Facial swelling and/or hives
- Penis is stuck out of sheath
Pet emergencies can be unexpected and scary, but Animal Emergency Hospital is here to help.
Our hours of operation are 10am to 8pm Wednesday through Monday. We know that in an emergency, every second counts, so no appointment is necessary. Since we offer emergency support as an extension of your regular veterinary care provider, you can always expect seamless communication between our hospital and your primary veterinarian.