We’ll be here when your pet needs us most.
Pet hospitalization can be a stressful time for pet parents, and we want you to know that our team will be here every step of the way when an unexpected health event occurs.
If you notice your pet dealing with diarrhea, vomiting, physical weakness, or trauma, we’re equipped to have them stay with us for extended care. While here, they will receive a full examination, be monitored by our veterinary team, and given the best possible care to get them back to perfect health.
While your pet is with us, our team will call with any news or updates to your pet’s condition, so you’re fully aware of everything going on with their health.
Bladder stones, kidney stones, internal lesions, and other obstacles in the urinary tract may cause dangerous urinary blockages, causing toxins to build up in the blood. Catheterization to remove the blockage, combined with fluids to dilute the toxins, can save your pet’s life.