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Pet After Hours Emergency Care in Cisco, TX

Pet After Hours Emergency Care in Cisco, TX

Like people, pets can experience accidents and injuries requiring emergency care. Lazy 3 Animal Care is proud to offer after-hours emergency care with a doctor on call 24 hours a day.

Is it an emergency?
Our veterinarians have compiled a quick reference list to help you determine when to seek care if your pet is unwell and we are closed. This is NOT intended to be a complete list of all emergency situations and is provided only as a guide to be used at your discretion. Trust your instinct, and when in doubt, we recommend seeking medical attention at one of the aforementioned emergency facilities.

Things that ARE emergencies:

  • Trauma: hit by a car, gunshot, high rise fall, etc
  • House fires: burns or smoke inhalation
  • Open fractures: visible bone
  • Active bleeding
  • Seizures: lasting more than 5 minutes or more than one seizure in 24 hours
  • Inability to urinate
  • Difficulty breathing or open-mouth breathing in cats
  • Allergic reactions: hives, swollen face, wheezing, etc
  • Heat Stroke: typically after exercise on hot days, especially short nose breeds (bulldogs, pugs, etc), signs include panting, excessive drooling, vomiting, refusal to move
  • Eye Issues: any trauma as well as bulging or protruding, especially in short nose breeds
  • Unproductive vomiting/retching in a large breed dog
  • Collapse, inability to rise or dragging hind legs
  • Diabetic pets: weakness, lethargy, stumbling, seizures
  • Ingestion of non-prescribed medication or toxin

*If your pet ingests a toxin or medication, please call ASPCA Poison Control to determine whether you need to seek veterinary care. Their center is staffed with veterinary toxicologists who will be able to advise you on the best plan of action. Be aware that there is an associated fee for this valuable service. CLICK HERE to visit their website.