Signs That Your Pet Needs Emergency Attention


• Difficulty breathing-shallow breathing
• Bleeding from nose, mouth or anus
• Temperature of 103° F or higher-for dogs and cats
• Vomiting or diarrhea (collect sample to bring along if possible) lasting more than 24 hours
• Depression, confusion or seizures
• Appetite changes
• Anorexia (2 days of not eating for a dog, 24 hours for a cat)
• Fast or slow heartbeat
• Allergic reaction to bug bite or bee sting
• Animal bite
• Tender or bloated belly
• Trauma to the eye
• Sunburn that causes blistered or broken skin
• Sudden changes in behavior: aggression, anxiety, accidents in the house, etc.
• Lump you can feel

Lake Shore Veterinary Specialist 24-7 Emergency Care
Port 207 West Seven Hills Road,
Port Washington 53074
262-268-7800
www.lakeshorevetspecialists.com

Green Bay Animal Emergency Center
993 Anderson Dr, Suite F
Green Bay, WI 54304
(920) 494-9400
www.gbaec.com

Fox Valley Animal Referral Center
4706 New Horizons Blvd
Appleton, WI 54914
(920) 993-9193
fvarc.com

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