Our clinics are well equipped to provide emergency and critical care for all pets, no matter the cause. Our team of highly qualified and experienced veterinarians and nurses are ready to help any time of the day and are dedicated to delivering compassionate emergency care.
We understand that animal emergencies happen at the most unexpected times. So, if your regular The City Vet Clinic branch is closed and your pet unexpectedly needs vet care, or you have a pet emergency, please call the details below.
When to call for a Pet Emergency?
If your pet is experiencing a life-threatening emergency, contact the nearest The City Vet Clinic branch. Quick response when it comes to a pet emergency will save your pet’s life. It is always recommended to call our emergency numbers for a real emergency instead of sending us messages through other messaging platforms.
Common Pet Emergencies
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Any Traumatic Event
- Difficulty in Breathing
- Seizures and Convulsions
- Toxic Substance Ingestion or Poisoning
- Difficulty in Urination
- Uncontrolled or Continuous Bleeding
- Persistent or severe Vomiting
- Continuous and Bloody Diarrhea
- Lethargy or Loss of Appetite
- Distended or Swollen Abdomen
Emergency Triage When You Arrive
Our team will perform an initial triage to assess your pet’s condition when you come in at the practice. Then, we will see your pet as soon as possible based on what the emergency is. In some cases, to stabilize your pet, we might have to administer IV fluids, pain medications, oxygen therapy, and sometimes blood or plasma transfusions.