No matter how careful we are, unexpected things can happen to our pets in the blink of an eye, including a pet emergency. That is why it is never too late to have a plan of action in place in the event you need pet emergency care. At Magnolia Animal Hospital in Raleigh, NC, among our many services, we also provide pet emergency surgery.
Pets experience a wide variety of medical conditions that can be handled through regularly scheduled visits with our veterinarian. Pets who are living with a medical condition need proper care and monitoring at home and a dedicated team of professionals who will support and maintain their good health. At our hospital, we fulfill those needs and more.
Our pet services are extensive, so we can be relied on to be your pet's go-to for healthcare throughout his or her lifetime. We begin a pet's health history with a wellness checkup to find out your pet's health status. Ongoing visits might include preventive care, pet dental care, vaccines, parasite preventions, puppy and kitten care, and microchipping.
Pet surgery services include diagnostics, radiology, and computerized tomography for x-rays and ultrasounds. Our standard surgical procedures include spaying and neutering, removal of tumors, dental surgery, and more.
Our pet emergency services can handle many types of situations, such as internal bleeding, injuries, and obstructions. If your pet is experiencing signs or displaying symptoms of a emergency situation, call our clinic immediately for assistance. Our staff will work with you to determine what steps to take to help your pet.
Common Signs of a Pet Emergency
Pets do not always let their pet owners know that they are in pain and need medical help. Watch your pet closely for these signs and symptoms as they may be suffering from a problem that is life-threatening.
- Signs of blood from extremities.
- Severe bleeding.
- Difficulty breathing.
- An eye injury.
- Unable to relieve himself whether outdoors or in a litter box.
- Severe diarrhea.
- Severe vomiting.
- Weaving/wobbling when walking.
- Unusual behavior, which may be their way of expressing pain (aggressive, snapping, slapping, depressed, unfriendly).
- Not drinking water for more than 24 hours is an emergency.
Get Pet Surgery from a Veterinarian at Our Animal Hospital for a Pet Emergency
At Magnolia Animal Hospital in Raleigh, NC, our veterinarians can help guide your pet along a safe and healthy path. Call us at (919) 873-9190 for pet surgery from a “veterinarian near me” from our animal hospital.