VETERINARY EMERGENCY SERVICES – ANYWHERE, ANYTIME!

We prioritize your pet's health and safety, offering exclusive healthcare and grooming services for the little monsters. We have the right tools to make the boo-boos go away, vaccinate the fur babies, and give perfect trims. At Care Pet Animal Hospitals and Hodges Animal Hospital, we make sure your pets get the best services at the most affordable rates. Our staff adores animals and loves to cater to their individual needs with lots of cuddles and smiles. We can make your toughest baby wag its tail with joy once they are at Care Pet Animal Hospital.

The one-stop-solution for all your fur-babies!

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Seizure, Fainting, or Disorientation

If your pet appears to be disoriented, has one or more seizures, faints, or becomes unconscious, it should be taken to our veterinarian for emergency treatment. These symptoms may be an indication of a serious problem, such as internal bleeding, infectious disease, or potential heart issues. Seizures that are caught in time may also help prevent permanent brain or nerve damage.

Vomiting, Diarrhea, or Retching

These symptoms are often seen together and may be an indication of a variety of serious problems, including toxic poisoning, such as poisonous plants or antifreeze. Retching may also be a sign of bloat, which means that your pet’s stomach is filled with gas and is twisted, which may be obstructing blood flow. If you notice one or more of these symptoms, it is essential that you take your pet to our vet as soon as possible.

Choking, Nonstop Coughing, or Labored Breathing

Choking is an indication that something is caught in your pet’s trachea and preventing it from breathing. Nonstop or frequent coughing may be an indication of the trachea collapsing, or it may be a symptom of an infectious disease known as tracheobronchitis. If your pet is coughing up blood, it means that there is something serious happening in your pet’s body, so you should contact our vet immediately. If your pet is experiencing labored or heavy breathing, it may be a sign of a respiratory problem, a heart problem, or overheating. It’s important to pay close attention to your pet’s behavior and routines, which may help you and our veterinarian determine the cause of your pet’s heavy breathing.

Visit Our Affordable Vet in Jacksonville, FL for Emergency Care

You know your pet the best, so if you notice any symptoms that are out of your pet’s normal behaviors, it is important that you contact our vet to learn if there is anything you can do at home or if you should bring your pet in for emergency care. At Hodges Animal Hospital, we provide emergency care during normal business hours. Our affordable vet will examine your pet and provide the proper treatment. We are happy to answer any questions you have. Call us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more.