We are able to handle some urgent and emergency care for your pet during our normal business hours. Please call ahead to see if we are able to handle your pet’s emergency and so we can be prepared for your arrival.
- Respiratory distress (trouble breathing), or blue/purple gums
- Trauma, such as being hit by a car or attacked by another animal
- Not being able to urinate
- Severe pain
- Severe vomiting
- Rattlesnake bite
- Heat stroke
- ingestion of a toxin
- Dystocia (difficulty giving birth)- please be advised our clinic does NOT do C-sections, prenatal/postnatal care, or neonatal care. For these services, please contact Kennel Care in Chandler for routine care or an ER facility for a pet that is actively giving birth and having trouble.
If your pet has ingested a toxin or medication that isn’t meant for them, please bring the package in with you.
You can also call Kansas State University’s free 24-hour pet poison control hotline at 785-532-5679, or you can call ASPCA Pet Poison Control at 888-426-4435. They can tell you if the amount of toxin ingested is poisonous for your pet, but we may still need to see your pet to treat them so the toxin will not be absorbed.