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Emergency Animal Hospital

Emergency Animal Hospital

Emergency Animal Hospital Serving Cheektowaga, NY

When your dog or cat is unexpectedly sick, we understand how frightening and frustrating it can be. That's why Transit Animal Hospital offers emergency animal care services for the Cheektowaga, West Seneca, Lancaster, and Depew, NY areas. Your pet is a part of your life, and needs medical attention in serious situations. 

If you're unsure of when to bring your dog or cat to an emergency animal hospital, these are a few signs that would be worth a visit:

Emergency Animal Hospital Cheektowaga, NY
  • Showing signs of extreme pain. Your dog or cat may shake, whimper, whine, or refuse to interact with you.
  • Sudden collapse.
  • Disorientation. 
  • Swollen abdomen that's hard to the touch.
  • Excessive vomiting or diarrhea for more than 24 hours.
  • Blood in vomit or stool.
  • Seizures.
  • Trouble breathing.
  • Trauma incident.
  • Bleeding from any open area.
  • Unconscious, unresponsive.
  • If pregnant and delivering kittens or puppies, goes three to four hours without delivering another.

Contact our veterinary clinic right away if your pet exhibits any warning signs.

When your pet has an emergency, it can be a very frightening thing. We don't want you to be in a state of anxiety, not knowing what to do. That's why you should contact our veterinary clinic right away, and we'll provide you with an answer to your worries.

We want your pets to stay safe, healthy, and happy. If you think your dog or cat is having an emergency, bring them in. We're located in Depew, NY, but our veterinary clinic is a short drive from the West Seneca, Lancaster, or Cheektowaga, NY areas. Like many other animal clinics, we take emergencies during office hours. Thank you for respecting this guideline. If you have any questions regarding our emergency animal hospital protocol, please feel free to contact us today.

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