Diley Hill Animal Emergency Center   

614.829.6444











Is My Pet's Condition an Emergency?   

Seizures, Fainting, Collapse or Weakness. Restlessness, trembling, or vocalizing.
Any eye injury
Vomiting and/or diarrhea, for more than two days or more than once an hour.
Allergic reactions-swollen face or hives.
Any suspected poisoning: 
Antifreeze, rodent or snail bait, or human medication.  Do not induce vomiting at home, and do not wait until symptoms appear.  Bring the container or packaging with you to the hospital. 
Thermal stress:   Too hot or too cold, even if the pet seems to have recovered
Any cut or injury that is open and bleeding.
Animal bites of any kind, domestic or wild. 
Trauma, including hit by car, even if the pet seems fine.
Respiratory problems:  Chronic coughing or labored breathing, Straining to urinate or defecate.   


​If you have an emergency, or question whether or not your pet needs to be examined by a veterinarian, don't email--CALL.   Don't hesitate to call us with questions, we are here to help.  

Easton Animal Hospital    2959 Stelzer Rd.  Columbus, Ohio  43219    614.476.0000

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