We understand that it’s stressful to have a pet in need of emergency care. The staff at Three Bridges Veterinary Hospital will be here to guide you every step of the way, with respect, kindness and empathy.

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True emergencies should be taken to the nearest emergency hospital, as time is of the essence.

  • Acutely bloated, swollen, or painful abdomen
  • Difficulty breathing, extreme coughing or choking.
  • Severe inflammation or injury to the eye.
  • Obvious pain or traumatic injury.
  • Staggering or Stumbling.
  • Uncontrolled bleeding.
  • Repeated, intractable vomiting.
  • Collapse.
  • Seizures
  • Unconsciousness or minimal responsiveness.
  • Inability to urinate, straining to urinate.
  • Symptoms of heatstroke such as heavy panting, lethargy or vomiting.
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For ingestion or over-ingestion of medications, toxins, or poisons

After Hours Emergency

In the event that your pet is experiencing an emergency and we are not available, please contact one of the animal hospitals listed below so that your pet may get the help it needs without delay.