Daycreek Animal Hospital Can Help With Urgent and Emergency Care
As with people, pets can develop sudden health at any time. Young animals can be curious, getting into situations that lead to accidents. Older animals can develop a sudden health issue. And in-between, animals may be involved in mishaps or may develop an unexpected illness. Daycreek Animal Hospital is available for the urgent care of your pet and will be available for you when veterinary emergencies arise.
Why Your Pet May Need Urgent Care
Urgent care is generally not as serious as a pet emergency, but still requires the attention of a veterinarian as soon as possible. These situations may involve an open wound that needs suturing, possible broken bone, respiratory infection, difficulty going to the bathroom, allergic reaction, sustained vomiting or diarrhea that has continued throughout the day. Your Rancho Cucamonga vet can treat these issues quickly and effectively.
What Constitutes An Emergency Veterinary Situation
Many pet owners are uncertain about what constitutes a veterinary emergency. An emergency veterinary problem may involve rapid or difficult breathing, profuse bleeding, seizures, abdominal bloat, possible poisoning, eye injuries, heat stroke, loss of consciousness or severe motor impairment. These are an occasion where you should seek immediate emergency medical care, regardless of time of day.
Daycreek Animal Hospital Can Help
We can provide immediate diagnostic services to determine the source of your pet's problem. If surgery is needed, we will ensure the animals are carefully monitored throughout the procedure, to ensure safety and a successful outcome. We also carefully oversee the recovery of pets to help them get back to their normal activities, as soon as possible.
Make Daycreek Animal Hospital Your Rancho Cucamonga Veterinarian
Dr. Sidhu and the staff at Daycreek Animal Hospital are committed to providing veterinary services to keep our patients in Rancho Cucamonga, CA happy and healthy throughout their lives. We offer a broad range of pet services, including care for your pet when an urgent or emergency situation arises. We are open 7 days a week until 8 p.m. and will stay open later to provide care if you call with a pet emergency. Call Daycreek Animal Hospital today at (909) 646-7387 for an appointment to learn more about our veterinary care services and how we can provide urgent care when your pet needs immediate treatment.