Emergency Pet Care
Find treatment fast.
We are equipped to see certain vet emergencies during our regular hours. However, if your pet experiences an after-hours emergency, they require an overnight observation, or we determine they require a level of specialty care that can be better provided elsewhere, we’ll refer you to the closest specialty care or emergency animal hospital.
Signs of Veterinary Emergency
- Frequent Vomiting or Retching
- Frequent Bouts of Diarrhea or Straining
- Difficulty Breathing (heavy or shallow)
- Bloated or Distended Abdomen
- Hyperthermia (heat stroke)
- Hypothermia (low body temperature)
- Straining to Urinate and / or Blood in Urine
- Convulsions or Seizures
- Any Trauma (hit by a car, fall, fight)
- Injury or Irritation to the Eyes
- Exposure to Poison or Chemicals
- Inability to Deliver Puppies or Kittens
- Lacerations or Bleeding Wounds
In case of an after-hour emergency, pleaes contact:
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital
24-Hour Urgent Care
5818 Maplecrest Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46835
West Central Ohio Veterinary Emergency Services
3077 Harding Highway, Lima, OH 45804
For immediate assistance, call us at (419) 692-9941.