Emergencies

Animal Hospital Mississauga Emergency Veterinary Care

In the event of an emergency during our normal office hours
please call ahead (905) 271-8508
if possible and proceed directly to our
Animal Hospital. Animal Hospital Mississauga. Our address is 1424 Hurontario St. Mississauga.
For after hours emergencies, we advise that you contact one of the
following pet emergency centers listed below.

Animal-Hospital-Misissauga

Veterinary Emergency and Referral Clinic of Toronto

416 920-2002

920 Younge St. Toronto
www.vectoronto.com

 

 

Animal-Hospital-Mississauga

Mississauga Oakville Veterinary Emergency Animal Hospital

2285 Bristol Circle, Oakville, Ontario L6H 6P8
905
829-9444 
www.vetemergency.ca

 

 

Please call us right away if your cat or dog is experiencing the any of the following problems. After our normal business hours, please take your pet to an emergency animal hospital.
Hit by car. Even if your pet looks okay there is a possibility of internal injury.
Trauma – example: fallen from a great height.
Your cat or dog isn’t breathing or you can’t feel a heartbeat.
Your cat or dog is unconscious and won’t wake up.
Vomiting or has had diarrhea for more than 24 hours, or is vomiting blood.
Trouble breathing or has something stuck in their throat. Their tongue is blue.
Your cat is breathing with an open mouth.
Seizure.
Your cat or dog is or has lost large amounts of blood.
Your cat or dog behavior is lethargic. They are stumbling, moving strangely, have tremors or collapse. They are disoriented or bumping into things.
You think your cat or dog might have ingested something toxic, examples are household cleaners, antifreeze, rat poison, human medication. Indications of toxicity are rapid breathing, blood in vomit, depression, weakness and possibly convulsions or seizures.
Your cat or dog’s abdomen is swollen and hard to the touch, and/or he/she is gagging and trying to vomit.
Your cat or dog’s gums are very pale or white.
Blocked cat.Frequent trips to the litter box and vocalization and straining when trying to urinate however the litter box is dry. Very uncomfortable and very stressed.
Your cat or dog shows signs of extreme pain, such as whining and/or shaking.
You can see irritation or injury to your cat or dog’s eyes.
Difficulty giving birth. Strong contractions for over 30 minutes but has not delivered a puppy or kitten. Or she is bleeding vaginally or has gone more than three to four hours between delivering puppies or kittens.

This is not an comprehensive list. If you are uncertain what to do, please seek veterinary help.

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