Emergency Veterinary Care in Manassas, VA

We hope you never have to seek emergency care for your pet, but if you do, we’re available during our regular opening hours to help in any way we can.

If possible, call our hospital at (703) 361-5223 before you arrive and tell us what you can about your pet’s condition so we can prepare a room and receive them quickly.

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What Does a Pet Emergency Look Like?

Think your pet might need urgent medical attention, but you’re not entirely sure? Please call us if you have questions, and be ready to act if your pet’s situation involves:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Choking/gagging
  • Heavy bleeding
  • Blunt force injury from a fall or collision (this can include internal injuries, so a vet exam is essential)
  • Vomiting/diarrhea for 24 hours
  • Inability to pass stool or urinate/straining to go
  • Attempts to vomit without bringing anything up
  • Inability to walk or stand
  • A hard, bloated abdomen
  • Ongoing lethargy
  • No eating or drinking for 24 hours
  • Collapsing
  • Seizures
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Heavy bleeding
  • Lacerations
  • Bite wounds
  • A wild animal encounter
  • Ingesting or possibly ingesting a toxin
  • Being in labor for an hour or more without delivering
  • Acting confused and disoriented
  • Fever
  • Sitting with their head pressed against a wall
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