Urgent Care & Emergency Care

A true partner in your pet's wellness.
An Ethos of preventative care.

While we're not an emergency hospital, we provide life-saving measures in life-threatening situations for our patients during our open hours.


Urgent Care & Emergency Care

services include:

Urgent Care and Emergency Care

All GoodVets hospitals are equipped and prepared for emergency cases during their regular open hours. We encourage our clients to visit their primary, general practitioner hospital if possible, as we maintain records and our doctors will know your pet’s history. If we are not capable of seeing the emergency case, we will inform you immediately and refer the patient to one of our trusted 24/7 emergency hospital partners.

If your pet is displaying any of the following symptoms, it may be an emergency situation and you should call your local GoodVets hospital immediately:

  • Coughing/Wheezing or frequent panting
  • Dizziness, imbalance, or circling
  • Weakness/Lethargy/Collapse or loss of consciousness
  • Blue, white or very pale gums
  • Labored/difficulty breathing
  • Nasal discharge or congestion
  • Inability to walk
  • Bloated abdomen
  • Lacerations/Bite wounds/Burns/other wounds
  • Bleeding
  • Accidental ingestion of toxin, medication, chocolate, raisins, sugar-free gum, foreign objects
  • Difficulty giving birth
  • Seizures
  • Decreased/Poor Appetite
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea/Constipation
  • Lameness
  • Excessive salivation
  • Excessive thirst (increased water intake)
  • Frequent and/or inappropriate urination
  • Blood in urine
  • Displays of pain/discomfort (such as crying when a specific area is touched or action is taken)
  • Smoke Inhalation
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Body temperature over 103 or under 99 (normal is typically 100.5-102.5)
  • Excessive scratching or dull, dry, or flaky hair coat

Book your appointment today.

Book Now