Our emergency and critical care veterinarians are highly specialized in the treatment of patients who have sustained trauma, are critically ill, and require intensive, critical care. We also treat minor emergencies and are always prepared to serve any patient and client needs.
Our team is always available, day or night. We are open on holidays and weekends. If you have a question or a concern, please call or bring your pet to our hospital.
The team in our emergency and critical care department work in conjunction with other specialists, along with you and your primary care veterinarian, to provide the comprehensive care your pet needs. Our emergency veterinarians and critical care specialists have extensive training in a complete range of emergency and critical care services and are supported by a team of experienced veterinary technicians.
Your family veterinarian may refer you to an emergency or critical care doctor for diagnosis and ongoing support of many conditions, including, but not limited to:
- Acute pain
- Continuous EKG monitoring
- Dystocia management (difficulty birthing)
- Full cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) including defibrillation
- Immune related diseases
- Infectious diseases
- Kidney and liver disease
- Neurologic problems
- Pneumonia and lung disease
- Severe pancreatitis
- Severe gastrointestinal emergencies (bloat)
- Sepsis management
- Seizure management
- Toxicosis or poisonings
- Trouble breathing
- Trouble walking