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In the event of an Emergency

If your pet has any of the following you should call the duty vet on 07802 830 658

 

•Convulsions or loss of consciousness

•Involvement in a road accident – even if they appear to be unscathed

•Difficulty in parturition or a prolonged labour

•Repeated vomiting especially in a large canine breed, especially when their stomach looks bloated on the left side behind the ribs

•Pain in one of the eyes causing them to rub it, or sudden enlargement of one of the eyes

•Sudden closure of one of or both eyes

•Sudden loss of vision

•Difficulty in breathing, especially if their gums are bluish or they are open mouthed

•Profuse or continuous bleeding from a wound or the mouth, ear or nostril

•Collapse, with pale or bluish gums

•Sudden onset pain with vocalising or lameness or aggression

•Sudden onset swelling of face or paws or limbs

•Sudden onset profuse watery or bloody diarrhoea leading to recumbency, especially if young or old

•Sudden paralysis in any or all limbs

•Suspected poisoning

 

If you are in any doubt ring the vet for advice on 07802 830 658.

Emergencys

Together we can help your pet live a long and healthy life.

 

Call 01485 600022 

between 09.00 and 18.00 every weekday,

09.00 and 12.00 on Saturdays to book your free nurse healthcare check.