Emergencies for humans are already a risky challenge to experience. Notably, spending the night trying to call a dentist or doctor can either be rewarding or irritating. A pet may have the same situation where an urgent after hours vet is needed. Fractures in bones due to dog fights or a cat with a broken fang (canine tooth) leads to severe bleeding. Just like people, pets may need a specialist to treat their emergency.
Have you ever had trouble getting an appointment with your vet when you absolutely need it? Maybe your pet was suffering from a toenail rupture or diarrhea and you didn’t want to wait for hours to get treatment. Imagine a more serious situation, your pet fell from a height and starts to bleed. Now he needs urgent care, right? Read more about how to handle such emergencies.