Bella has recovered beautifully. She's still the same dork she was before her drama and back to her social life at the dog park.
— Tracy T. of Anaheim, CA
Common Veterinary Emergencies & Symptoms Requiring Attention
If your pet exhibits any of the following symptoms, you should seek immediate veterinary assistance:
- Convulsions or tremors
- Difficulty breathing
- Difficulty urinating
- Not eating
- Increased water consumption
Orange County Emergency Pet Clinics offer the expertise, state-of-the-art equipment, and experience to treat all pet emergencies, including:
- Pet hit by a car
- Pet fractures
- Pet poisoning
- Eye injuries and eye conditions
- Gunshot wounds
- Allergic reactions
- Dog fight injuries and bite wounds
- Pet seizures
- Chemical and other burns
- Internal and external bleeding
- Pregnancy and delivery complications.
In emergencies, immediate urgent veterinary care can make the difference in your pet’s recovery and could save his or her life.