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Posted on 11-11-2011
The best treatment for pet emergencies is avoiding them altogether. Provide safe toys, lock poisons away, cover your trash tightly, keep your pet safely secured, and remember that animals cannot eat the same foods as we do. Some signs that your pet may require immediate care at our pet hospital include uncontrollable bleeding, difficulty breathing, severe pain, seizures, collapse, non-responsiveness, prolonged vomiting, abnormal bowel movements, swallowed poison, or accident trauma.
An emergency can be a traumatic time for you and your pet. That's why University Veterinary Hospital makes "Compassionate Care, Our Lifetime Commitment." Emergencies are accepted any time we're open. If possible, please call 510-982-0766 so we can advise you on specific actions to take. After hours, Sundays, or holidays, call PETS Emergency, at 510-548-6684.
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