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Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency Hospital<br />
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Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency Hospital
 

What To Do In An Emergency
EMERGENCIES:
Bleeding
Accidental injury or wound
Difficulty breathing
Allergic reaction or hives
Poisoning
Burns
Bite wounds
Blue tongue (unless normal for breed)
Bloasted, swollen, painful abdomen-with or without vomiting
Can't urinate/defecate
Extreme weakness
>103 degree F temperature
Labor contractions longer than an hour, or >15 mins with fetus or membrane showing
Loss of balance or consciousness
Tremors
Convulsions
Sudden blindness
Severe or continuous pain
Gasping or heavy panting
Bloody urine/stool
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  • Don't panic. Focus on the moment.
     
  • A pet in pain may bite; wrap your pet in a blanket.
     
  • Transport in a kennel or cage if possible. If not, place the animal on the floor of your vehicle.
     
  • Apply direct pressure to any bleeding.
     
  • If you suspect poisoning, call 970-484-8080 immediately. Bring product and packaging.
     
  • Do not force your pet to vomit. Every poisoning case is different and requires professional assessment. Vomiting may make things worse.
     
  • If you suspect a back or neck injury, put your pet on a flat surface and transport the pet on it.
     
  • Let us know you're on the way. Call 970-484-8080 and describe the situation. Keep your personal safety in mind.


Veterinary Emergency Hospital
816 S. Lemay
Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970)484-8080


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