Animal Emergency Care in Canton
We know how distressing emergencies can be for pets and their owners. Therefore, our hospital makes every urgent case a priority. Call us and let us know you have an emergency, and we will direct you to come here or go to a specialty clinic, depending on the condition. Our team will work quickly to stabilize your pet and administer care while also keeping you informed about their condition. If you are unsure whether your pet is having an emergency, see the list below to determine if urgent care is needed.
Signs Your Pet Could Be Having an Emergency
- Choking, having trouble breathing, panting heavily
- Pale pink or white gums
- Heavy bleeding
- Broken bones
- Blood in stool and/or vomit
- Pet is constipated or unable to urinate
- Pet has ingested something toxic
- Unable to stand or walk
- Injury to the eye(s)
- Foaming at the mouth
- Collapse, loss of consciousness
- Swelling around the face (possible allergic reaction)
- Vomiting more than 24 hours
- No eating/drinking in 24 hours
Dr. Petty and his Arbor Pointe staff are so very compassionate and extremely professional! I’ve taken my dogs and cats here for years. The clinic is pristinely clean! I very much appreciate their excellent communication and total up to date knowledge for the needs of my fur babies! Highly recommend!
Jake was never a “normal” dog. Everything seemed to hurt or scare him. When my vet suggested I see Dr. Petty, I immediately made an appointment. Despite the hour trip, we have been seeing him ever since. Jake is a much happier boy. Now that Dr. Petty has cared for him, he is living his best life.
When the emergency veterinarian said my cat was going to die, I went to Dr. Petty. After a series of treatments, my cat lived 9 more years. Ever since, I have brought all my pets to Arbor Pointe. Dr. Petty is kind, compassionate, wicked smart, willing to think outside the box, and just a darn good veterinarian.