Pet Emergency and Urgent Care

Swift and Expert Care When Your Pet Needs It Most

Pet Emergency and Urgent Care

Swift and Expert Care When Your Pet Needs It Most

We know emergencies can happen unexpectedly and at Fox Veterinary Hospital, we’re here to provide reliable pet emergency and pet urgent care services to support you and your pet when you need us most.

We operate our emergency and urgent care services on a call-ahead basis during regular business hours to ensure that we are prepared to provide immediate attention to your pet’s needs, minimizing wait times and allowing us to deliver prompt and efficient care when your pet requires it most.

Responsive and Compassionate Care

Your pet holds a special place in your heart, and their safety is paramount. Our team of dedicated veterinarians and skilled technical support staff stand ready to respond to emergency calls and critical care situations. We work as a team to ensure your pet receives the attention they need in urgent times.

Signs of A Pet Emergency

If you observe any of the following signs in your pet, please don’t hesitate to contact Fox Veterinary Hospital immediately. Our team is here to provide expert emergency care for your beloved companion:

Difficulty Breathing:

Rapid or labored breathing, choking, or any signs of respiratory distress.

Severe Injury:

Profuse bleeding, broken bones, or injuries requiring immediate attention.

Unconsciousness:

If your pet loses consciousness or remains unresponsive.

Seizures:

Sudden, uncontrolled convulsions or seizures.

Toxin Ingestion:

Suspected ingestion of toxic substances, including chemicals, plants, or human medications.

Allergic Reactions:

Swelling of the face, hives, or any severe allergic reaction symptoms.

Trauma:

Falls, accidents, or other traumatic events that may result in hidden injuries.

Severe Pain:

Indications of extreme pain, such as continuous whining or vocalization.

Difficulty Urinating:

Struggling to urinate, blood in the urine, or signs of urinary obstruction.

Sudden Lethargy:

A marked decrease in activity or responsiveness.

Vomiting or Diarrhea:

Persistent, severe, or bloody vomiting and diarrhea.

Eye Injuries:

Eye injuries, squinting, or sudden vision problems.

Ingested Foreign Objects:

Evidence that your pet has swallowed something harmful or obstructive.

Prolonged Labor:

Difficulty giving birth or signs of distress during labor.

Bloat:

Swollen or distended abdomen, non-productive retching, or drooling.

Difficulty Breathing:

Rapid or labored breathing, choking, or any signs of respiratory distress.

Severe Injury:

Profuse bleeding, broken bones, or injuries requiring immediate attention.

Unconsciousness:

If your pet loses consciousness or remains unresponsive.

Seizures:

Sudden, uncontrolled convulsions or seizures.

Toxin Ingestion:

Suspected ingestion of toxic substances, including chemicals, plants, or human medications.

Allergic Reactions:

Swelling of the face, hives, or any severe allergic reaction symptoms.

Trauma:

Falls, accidents, or other traumatic events that may result in hidden injuries.

Severe Pain:

Indications of extreme pain, such as continuous whining or vocalization.

Difficulty Urinating:

Struggling to urinate, blood in the urine, or signs of urinary obstruction.

Sudden Lethargy:

A marked decrease in activity or responsiveness.

Vomiting or Diarrhea:

Persistent, severe, or bloody vomiting and diarrhea.

Eye Injuries:

Eye injuries, squinting, or sudden vision problems.

Ingested Foreign Objects:

Evidence that your pet has swallowed something harmful or obstructive.

Prolonged Labor:

Difficulty giving birth or signs of distress during labor.

Bloat:

Swollen or distended abdomen, non-productive retching, or drooling.

Remember, your pet’s health and safety are our top priorities. If you notice these emergency signs, please call us immediately at (440) 458-4291. Our experienced team is ready to provide the urgent care your pet needs.

Contact Fox Veterinary Hospital for Prompt Emergency Care

Your pet’s well-being is our priority, and we’re dedicated to offering swift, expert care when your furry friend needs it most. Contact the veterinary team at Fox Veterinary Hospital at (440) 458-4291 in case of a pet emergency or for pet urgent care during regular business hours. Your trust is valued, and we’re here to support you and your pet through any challenges that arise.

For after-hours emergency pet care, please contact:

For after-hours emergency pet care, please contact:

Fox Veterinary Hospital provides quick and efficient pet emergency and urgent care services during business hours for pets in Elyria, Oberlin, Lagrange, Grafton, North Ridgeville, and surrounding areas. If your pet is experiencing an emergency or requires urgent veterinary care, call us at (440) 458-4291 immediately.