Pet Emergency and Critical Care

Pet Emergency and Critical Care

Pet Emergency and Critical Care

Pet Emergency and Critical Care

black cat in a blanket

In any pet emergency, seconds count. Many situations constitute an emergency, but contact us immediately during our normal office hours if your pet is:

  • Bleeding

  • Having trouble breathing

  • Unable to walk or put any weight on a leg

  • Injured after being hit by a car

  • Injured after falling from a tall height

  • Unconscious

  • Having a seizure

  • Vomiting repeatedly or has dry heaves

  • Bloated or has a distended (extended) abdomen

  • Sick from having eaten something poisonous or chewed/swallowed anything dangerous

  • Unable to open an eye or has an eye injury

  • Not able to urinate or defecate

  • Pregnant females having a hard labor (longer than a half hour)

For after hour emergencies, please contact our colleagues at:

Alpenglow Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center

3640 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO 80301
Phone: 303-443-4569

Aspen Meadows Veterinary Specialists

104 South Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: 303-678-8844

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