Is this an Emergency?

Common Pet Emergencies

  • Ingestion of rat poison, chocolate or anti-freeze needs IMMEDIATE attention. A list of toxic substances for cats and dogs may be found here.
  • Difficult or labored breathing
  • Vomiting / loss of appetite
  • Lethargy or unusual restlessness
  • Rapid or extremely slow pulse

  • Difficult or unusual movement. Collapsing needs IMMEDIATE attention
  • Diarrhea / constipation
  • Excessive coughing or sneezing
  • Porcupine Quills
  • Seizure activity

  • Rapid swelling or distention, especially on head or abdomen
  • Excessive water consumption
  • Difficulty urinating, bloody urine, unable to urinate
  • Any trauma (hit by car, lacerations, etc.)
  • Excessive salivation / Difficulty swallowing

Tips on Dealing with Emergencies

We have an urgent care doctor available for pet emergencies during our open hours. Please give us a call now so we can coordinate a time for your pet with our urgent care doctor. We also have same day appointments available for your urgent pet care needs.

We have an urgent care doctor available for pet emergencies during our open hours.

Please give us a call now so we can coordinate a time for your pet with our urgent care doctor. We also have same day appointments available for your urgent pet care needs.

Call Now
Request Appointment

Have an After Hours Emergency? Visit our local ER Hospital

Veterinary Emergency Clinic of Central Florida

Website: http://www.veconline.com

Call: 407-644-4449

Is this an Emergency?

Common Pet Emergencies

  • Ingestion of rat poison, chocolate or anti-freeze needs IMMEDIATE attention. A list of toxic substances for cats and dogs may be found here.
  • Difficult or labored breathing
  • Any trauma (hit by car, lacerations, etc.)
  • Lethargy or unusual restlessness
  • Difficulty urinating, bloody urine, unable to urinate
  • Rapid swelling or distention, especially on head or abdomen
  • Vomiting / loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea / constipation
  • Excessive salivation / Difficulty swallowing
  • Difficult or unusual movement. Collapsing needs IMMEDIATE attention
  • Rapid or extremely slow pulse
  • Excessive coughing or sneezing
  • Excessive water consumption
  • Porcupine Quills
  • Seizure activity

Tips on Dealing with Emergencies

We have an urgent care doctor available for pet emergencies during our open hours. Please give us a call now so we can coordinate a time for your pet with our urgent care doctor. We also have same day appointments available for your urgent pet care needs.

Call Now
Request Appointment

Have an After Hours Emergency? Visit our local ER Hospital

Veterinary Emergency Clinic of Central Florida

Website: http://www.veconline.com

Call: 407-644-4449