If you are having a pet emergency, please call us at (410) 527-0800.
We know that emergencies can be a stressful time for you, so we will do our best to help make the process easier with open communication and making sure you stay informed of your options. Our hospital and staff utilize state-of-the-art veterinary medical technology and our staff has the knowledge and experience in providing critical care needed in these situations.
In the event of an emergency after our business hours, please contact the hospitals below:
When to Bring in Your Pet for Urgent Care
We recommend that you call us immediately if your pet is experiencing any of the following:
- Choking or having difficulty breathing
- Hit by a car or suffered blunt-force trauma of any kind
- Ingested a foreign object such as a toy, sock, or string
- Ingested something poisonous
- Profuse bleeding
- Inability to move or stand
- Unusually warm or cold
- Having a seizure
- Loss of consciousness
- Excessive vomiting and/or severe diarrhea
- Blood in stool
- Unable to pass stool or urinate
When in doubt about your pet’s condition, call us—our team will be more than happy to answer your questions, assistance, or set up a room so we can see your pet if necessary.