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Urgent Pet Conditions Treated

Routine urgent cases to look out for in dogs and cats.

Crossroads Veterinary Hospital often treats the below conditions for dogs or cats in an emergency. 

  • Eyes (swelling, discharge, redness)
  • Ears (discharge, pain, odor, scratching, or shaking)
  • Coughing or sneezing
  • Vomiting (minor or occasional)
  • Diarrhea
  • Mild constipation
  • Change in urine color, frequency, or amount
  • Straining to urinate, dribbling urine
  • Change in amount of food or water intake
  • Change in behavior (mild depression, anxiety, excessive sleepiness)
  • Evidence of worms or fleas
  • Minor wounds
  • Lumps
  • Facial swelling, licking, or scratching
  • Poison exposure 
  • Eating a foreign object

A patient seen for Crossroads Urgent Care requiring advanced emergency care will be immediately referred to a 24–hour emergency hospital.

Common Pet Emergencies $practice

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