Emergency Vet Near Monclova, OH

At Veterinary Emergency Center, our goal is to meet the needs of dogs and cats when unexpected events happen. We are open 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. You can turn to us when your veterinarian is closed for the day and we will inform your vet of the visit and send them the medical records. Our animal hospital near Monclova, OH handles a wide range of pet emergencies by providing advanced services. If your pet is having an emergency, please contact us

Call (419) 708-5799 if your pet is having an emergency

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Emergency Vet Services We Offer Near Monclova, OH

At Veterinary Emergency Center, our team is here for you when your pet has an urgent medical problem and your regular veterinarian is unavailable. We offer diverse services, including but not limited to:

  • Emergency Surgery
  • In-house Laboratory Testing
  • Electrocardiography
  • Digital Radiography
  • Ultrasonography
  • Oxygen Therapy
  • Blood and blood products

If your pet has a condition that needs to be treated immediately, call (419) 708-5799.

How Do I Know My Pet is Having an Emergency in Monclova, OH?

Certain incidents and conditions require immediate medical attention for your pet. These include:

  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Bleeding that persists after 5 minutes—while transporting your pet to our facility, be sure to apply pressure to the wound with a clean cloth
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Difficulty breathing; blue tongue, pale gums
  • Convulsions or seizure activity
  • Collapse, or unable to stand and/or walk
  • Ingestion of harmful toxins such as: rodenticides (D-con), chocolate, xylitol (artificial sweetener), prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, nicotine, household cleaners, or antifreeze
  • An inability to urinate or defecate (straining); cats may show signs of this if their litterbox remains clean, they urinate in small amounts on the floor, vocalize more than normal, and lick at the genital area
  • Abdomen is swollen or distended (with or without vomiting)
  • Traumatic events such as being hit by a car, falling from a great distance, or any blunt force injury or burn
  • Sustaining a penetrating wound, including bite, stab, and gunshot wounds
  • Heat stroke, which is characterized by weakness, heavy panting, heavy drooling, and an unusually high body temperature