We Offer Emergency Care to Pets in Need

Emergencies can be incredibly stressful for both pets and their owners. Whether it’s an illness or an injury, pets in need of immediate medical attention will always take priority. Coyne Veterinary Center’s doctors and support staff are well-equipped and always available to handle urgent cases. We also have technicians who can stay overnight if needed to provide critical care to patients. Our goal is to exceed expectations in all areas of veterinary medicine, including emergency care, because you and your pet deserve nothing less than our best, each and every time.

Signs Your Pet is Having a Medical Emergency

Pet emergencies aren’t always so obvious. Look out for the following signs to determine if your loved one needs immediate attention:

  • Difficulty breathing/heavy breathing
  • Disoriented/walking into things
  • Pale or white gums
  • Unconsciousness
  • Collapsed/unable to stand
  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea for over 24 hours
  • Injury to eye(s)
  • Hard, swollen abdomen
  • Straining to urinate (cats)
  • Gagging/trying to vomit
  • Little to no heartbeat
  • Has ingested something toxic
  • Having a seizure
  • Vomiting blood
  • Signs of severe pain
  • May have broken bones
  • Has gone 3-4 hours between kitten/puppy delivery
  • Blood in urine or feces
Pet Emergencies