What to do in an Emergency

Emergencies happen. As much as we want to be there to provide emergency care for you and your pet, this may not always be the best option for your pet. In order to provide the best possible care we may refer to a local hospital, emergency or referral centre. If you are experiencing an emergency situation with your pet, please consider the following contacts of trusted clinics.

When you will want to take your vet to an emergency clinic:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Repeated Vomiting
  • Distended or bloated abdomen
  • Trauma
  • Seizures
  • Foreign body or toxin ingestion
  • Difficulty urinating
  • If your pet is not eating or drinking

During this time all veterinary hospitals are stretched a little thin so we recommend that you call ahead for wait times and availability.

If you are looking for In Home Euthanasia Services and we are not able to help please contact one of the following mobile practices:

  • Richmond Hill – York Veterinary Mobile Services – 647-953-0709
  • Schomberg-Newmarket Area – Allison Mobile Veterinary Services – 647-417-7285
  • Barrie – Coulter Veterinary Mobile Services – 705-309-2956
  • Georgetown – McPhee Veterinary House Call Services – 416-578-2819
  • GTA – Midtown Mobile Veterinary Hospice Services – 416-817-3572
  • Hockley Valley – Hockley & Ottawa Valley Mobile Veterinary Services – 519-783-1404