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Our Urgent Care Department is open from 10 AM to 10 PM, 7 days a week.
CALL OUR OFFICE ANYTIME 770-460-8166
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Common medical emergencies among pets include trauma injuries, ingestion dangers and unexplained symptoms.
TRAUMA INVOLVES ACCIDENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS.
- Bite wounds
- Broken bones
- Distended abdomen
- Hit by car
- Excessive bleeding
- Eye injuries
- Heatstroke, frostbite
- Trouble breathing, gagging, choking
INGESTION EMERGERNCIES INVOLVE EATING OR DRINKING.
- Chocolate, mushrooms, onions
- House plants
- Rat poision
- Pool chemicals
SYMPTOMS OF EMERGENCIES
UNEXPLAINED SYMPTOMS CAN SIGNAL AN EMERGENCY.
- Appetite, behavior or stool changes
- Couching, sneezing, wheezing
- Urinary problems
- Retching or vomiting
- Whining, shaking or hiding