Is your pet in need of emergency medical care? Call us for immediate assistance. If your pet requires a service or specific care that we are unable to provide, we will refer you to the appropriate emergency hospital.
What is considered an emergency?
- Severe bleeding or bleeding that does not stop after five minutes
- Bleeding from nose, mouth, rectum, coughing up blood, or blood in urine
- Choking or difficulty breathing
- Inability to urinate or defecate
- Injury or trauma to the eye or the eye is cloudy
- Ingestion of a toxic substance
- Multiple or prolonged seizures or staggering
- Fractured bones
- Inability to move legs or becomes paralyzed
- Obvious signs of extreme pain or anxiety
- Becomes disoriented
- Unconsciousness or non-responsive
- Hit by a car or other traumatic accident
- Swollen, painful, or bloated abdomen
- Animal attack/bite
- Prolonged diarrhea or vomiting
After-Hours Pet Emergencies
If an emergency occurs during business hours, please call us immediately so that we can assess the situation and recommend the best course of action for your pet.
If the emergency occurs outside of business hours, please contact an emergency clinic near you. Some clinics may be busier than others so it is always good to call ahead.
Central Texas Specialty and Emergency Hospital (South)
4434 Frontier Trail
Austin, Texas 78745