Seizuring, fainting, collapsing, or weakness
Restlessness or crying
Any eye injury, no matter how mild or recent
Vomiting or diarrhea for more than two days or more than once an hour
Allergic reaction, such as swelling in the face, hives, or facial swelling
Any suspected poisoning, including antifreeze, rodent or snail bait, or human medication
Thermal stress- too cold or too hot, even if the pet has recovered
Any wound or laceration that is open or bleeding
Animal bites of any kind, wild or domestic
Trauma, including hit by car and falls, even if the pet seems fine
Any respiratory problems including chronic coughing or labored breathing
Straining to urinate or defecate
A bloated, distended, or painful abdomen
Staggering, stumbling, or head-tilt
Bruising or bleeding
Inability to deliver puppies or kittens
Loss of appetite, weight loss
Loss of consciousness
If you have an emergency, or question whether or not your pet needs to be examined by a veterinarian, don't email- CALL (614) 476-0000. Don't hesitate to call us with questions, we are here to help!
Diley Hill Animal Emergency Center
9695 Basil Western Rd.
Canal Winchester, OH 43110
Diley Hill Animal Emergency Center is the emergency clinic within our family of hospitals.
They provide specialized emergency care, diagnostics and surgery 24 hours a day.
300 E Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH 43085
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OSU Veterinary Hospital
601 Vernon L Tharp St, Columbus, OH 43210
Easton Animal Hospital