We want you to be prepared as possible
So we are here to answer your questions. We’ve also compiled some frequently asked questions to help you get started.
How Do I Make An Appointment For My Pet?
If you are seeking care from one of our many specialists, appointments are made on referral from your primary care veterinarian Anaheim. If your pet is in need of emergency attention, no appointment is needed. Our team is here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide the care your pet needs when they need it.
How Do I Prepare For My Pet’s Visit?
If your pet is a new patient, we request that you complete your new patient forms prior to your appointment. This will ensure check-in is easy and convenient for you. Please bring all necessary items with you, including X-rays, lab results, a list of medications your pet is currently taking, and any other information that may be valuable to our specialists.
How Do You Partner With Primary Care Veterinarians?
Your primary care vet is the key to your pet’s health and wellness long-term. By maintaining regular check-ups with your regular vet, your pet can live a long, healthy life because your vet will be able to detect issues in their early stages and provide preventive treatment, as needed. And when issues arise, your vet can refer you to us so we can take the necessary next steps to preserve your pet’s health.
Who cares for my pet while they are at CASE Hospital?
At CASE Hospital, we take a team approach to pet care. If your pet has been admitted to our emergency care team, our skilled specialists will work together to provide comprehensive and complete care for your pet. We also offer specialty care, such as neurology and cardiology, for pets. Our team consists of highly skilled specialist veterinarians, emergency veterinarians, specialized veterinary technicians, certified veterinarian technicians, and veterinary assistants.
How do I know if my pet is experiencing an emergency?
At CASE Animal Hospital we have a team of experienced emergency veterinarians and support staff that offer 24/7 emergency care for your pet. No case is too big or small for our doctors to handle. Our emergency doctors have access to the most advanced technology. Our wide array of in-house diagnostic modalities allows us to obtain the test results in a timely manner when minutes count. We work closely with your primary care veterinarian to provide outstanding and comprehensive care to your pet.
Examples of Conditions to Present to Emergency
- Trauma/Laceration/Bite wound
- Poison Exposure
- Vomiting, diarrhea, or severe salivation
- Acute paralysis or difficulty walking
- Balance Issues
- Acute Blindness
- Difficulty breathing
- Bleeding or bloody discharge
- Foreign body ingestion
- Pale or cyanotic (blue) gums
- Inability to urinate or problems with urination
- Allergic reactions, hives, and swelling
- Severe Pain
- Snake/Insect bite
- Heat Stroke