Emergency Advice Portal

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Emergencies! Call Afterhours

Toxicity

Seizing, fainting or collapse

Eye injury

Vomiting – if many times in a day and the dog is distressed or you suspect toxicity

Diarrhoea – if there is a lot of blood or frequency of motion is hourly or more

Allergic reactions

Snake bites

Overheating

Excessively bleeding from wound or laceration

Trauma ie) Car Accident –even if pet seems fine, they may have internal damage

Unusual respiratory problem ie) choking, drowning, inability to breath from closed airways

Straining to urinate

Non-emergencies, book during consult hours

Some ailments that usually don’t require urgent attention but should be seen to as soon as possible during normal business hours:

 

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