24/7 Emergency and Critical Care – Delivering exceptional care when your pet needs us most
CASE Hospital is proud to offer emergency and critical care provided by skilled veterinarians and support staff, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Your pet is a valued member of your family, and when an emergency arises, you want to know help is waiting.
CASE Hospital is here for all of your emergency pet needs. Our team provides around-the-clock medical care and monitoring, and we will coordinate our care with your primary veterinarian.
What Constitutes An Emergency?
Sometimes, it can be difficult to tell if a situation with your pet is a true emergency or not. Just like us, our pets can have off days so it’s important to notice signs that could indicate an emergency.
Signs and symptoms that your pet may be experiencing a medical emergency:
- Difficulty breathing
- Gagging or choking
- Weakness, inability to walk, sudden collapse
- Seizure – any seizure lasting more than three minutes or multiple seizures
- Swollen or distended abdomen
- Unproductive vomiting
- Swelling, rashes, or itching
- Excessive or persistent bleeding
- Inability or straining to urinate
- Disorientation or bumping into things
- Visible signs of pain, such as whining, shaking, or hiding
- Sudden changes in behavior or appetite
- Pregnant animals that go more than an hour in labor without delivering, or more than three hours between delivering
- Diabetic animal refusing food
- Trauma, including bite wounds, broken bones, burns, lacerations, eye injuries
- A car accident or being hit by a car
- Ingestion of harmful substances
Keep harmful foods away from your pet. These include:
- Grapes and raisins
- Macadamia nuts
- Yeast dough
- Xylitol sweetener (found in gums, toothpaste, and sugar-free peanut butter)
If you believe your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, the veterinary experts at CASE Hospital are here for you 24/7/365. We will ensure your pet receives the care they need so you can rest easy knowing your pet is in the right hands.
Dr. Sam Rafia, DVM
Dr. Chi Tran, DVM
Dr. Ali Haghnazary, DVM
Dr. Andrew McGee, DVM
Dr. Esther Yang, DVM