After Hours Emergencies
If your cat has an emergency after hours, please contact either Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center of Toledo or Affiliated Veterinary Emergency Service of Allen Park.
MedVet Toledo (click for link to website)
2921 Douglas Rd
Toledo, OH 43606
Phone: (419) 473-0328
Affiliated Veterinary Emergency Service (click for link to website)
15220 Southfield Road
Allen Park, MI 48101
Is it an emergency?
*The following information is a guideline only.
If you have any concerns that your pet may need immediate attention, please call our office at (734) 682-5596.
If your pet has any of these symptoms, bring it in IMMEDIATELY
Inability to Breathe
Noisy respiration, blue tongue, gasping for breath
Bleeding That Won't Stop
From any part of the body. Apply pressure and come now!
Inability to Urinate or Appears Constipated
But continues to try.
Inability to Deliver Kittens
Keeps trying or has stopped trying
Severe. Continuous with no relief
Continuous or with the Appearance of Blood
Loss of Balance or Consciousness
Includes tremors, coma, staggering, blindness, fainting
Continuous scratching, biting, self-mutilation
Any place, but especially chest or abdomen
Bring the container or commercial name and chemical name
Continuous pain and/or not walking or using one or more legs
Hit by car
May include trauma and bleeding
Abnormal distension of the abdomen and/or difficulty breathing
Any other sign that looks serious!
If your pet has any of these symptoms, it is usually safe to wait OVERNIGHT
Head shaking and ear discharge. Mild to moderate itching; no skin damage; no bleeding.
Wormsin bowel movement
No blood in bowel movement; no pain or discomfort; no vomiting.
Little or no pain; no discomfort in walking; not continuous
Thirst / Urination
Excessive drinking and/or elimination of urine with no blood, no pain, no straining or discomfort, or bloody appearance to the urine
Loss of Appetite
Skipped one main meal, but no other signs of illness
Most Skin Problems
Scratching, itching, fleas, ticks.