We’re there for your pet
Just as it is for humans, time is of the essence when your pet has a medical emergency, and your pet depends upon you to make certain he receives the highest quality care in the shortest amount of time.
With a combined 30 years of clinical and emergency experience, along with state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities, our Animal Medical Center of Troy vets are equipped to deal with every imaginable emergency.
Signs and symptoms that indicate emergency care is needed include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Excessive bleeding
- Loss of consciousness
- Straining/inability to urinate
- Profuse diarrhea or vomiting
- Exposure to poison
- Trouble during labor
- Large open wound(s)
- Bloated abdomen
- Eye issues
- Inability to stand or walk
Medical emergencies can occur at any time, including after vet center hours.
For after-hours emergencies, we recommend calling and/or visiting the Veterinary Specialty Services in WInghaven, MO.