WE ARE AN EMERGENCY CENTER AND AN URGENT CARE

Our Urgent Care Services and Emergency Services operate within the same facility! Our team of skilled medical professionals work together to help ensure your pet receives the appropriate level of care. 

URGENT CARE

Our experienced Urgent Care clinicians are highly qualified to provide out-patient care for companion animals that need to be treated right away but are not emergencies.

Our convenient hours will provide owners piece of mind, rather than having to worry about their pet’s condition through the night or weekend, when your veterinarian may not be able to see them.

URGENT CARE CONDITIONS SEEN

INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

 

  • Coughing or sneezing

  • Vomiting and diarrhea

  • Straining to have a bowel movement

  • Change in urine color, frequency, or amount

  • Straining to urinate, dribbling urine

  • Change in amount of food or water intake

  • Change in behavior

  • Evidence of worms

  • Wounds or bite marks (minor)

  • Lumps

  • Facial swelling, licking or scratching

  • Eyes: swelling, discharge, redness

  • Nose: running, crusting, discharge

  • Ears: discharge, debris, odor, twitching

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EMERGENCY

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Pet emergencies are never anticipated, whether it is a life threatening problem or minor injury. That is why our emergency & critical care services are always available. 

We work closely with the veterinarians in the Toledo & surrounding areas to provide emergency and critical care. Our primary goal is to care for your pet when your family veterinarian is not available. Your veterinarian will be informed of your pet's visit and all of the medical records will be given to you and your family vet.​

IS IT AN EMERGENCY? 

Some conditions that require immediate emergency medical care include:

  • Traumas such as being hit by a car, falling from a great distance, any blunt force or burn

  • Difficulty breathing or if the animals tongue appears blue in color 

  • Swollen or distended abdomen, with or without productive vomiting

  • Inability to urinate or defecate, especially if straining (Cats may repeatedly go to the litter box, lick at the genital area, and/or vocalize)

  • Ingestion of toxins, including but not limited to: chocolate, rodenticides (D-con), prescription medications, over the counter or illicit drugs, xylitol (artificial sweetener), nicotine, or household cleaners 

  • Collapse or inability to stand or walk

  • Loss of consciousness, convulsions or seizure activity

  • Penetrating wound, such as bit wounds, gunshot, or stab wounds

  • Bleeding that does not stop within five minutes (Apply pressure using a clean cloth while on your way)

  • Vomiting or diarrhea

  • Heat Stroke: heavy panting, weakness, or if your pet feels really warm (Especially after being outdoors in hot weather) 

EMERGENCY SERVICES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Video Endoscopy

  • Electrocardiography

  • Emergency Surgery

  • In house Laboratory Services 

  • Oxygen Therapy

  • Digital Radiography

  • Blood and Blood Products

  • Ultrasonography 

Contact Us:

Telephone: 419-708-5799

Fax: 419-794-4040

toledopetemergency@gmail.com

Our Address:

115 Chesterfield Ln.

Maumee, OH 43537

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