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All Creatures Veterinary Clinic

Emergency Services

We currently offer urgent care hours: Mon - Friday until 8pm Saturday 1pm - 6pm Sundays Closed. In case of emergency, call us at (715) 525-1826

What is an Emergency?

If your pet exhibits any of the following symptoms, please do not wait! Call your veterinarian immediately!

  • Trouble breathing

  • Bleeding that won't stop

  • Continuously vomiting

  • Vomiting blood (Frank blood or vomit that looks like coffee grounds are both concerning)

  • Vomiting paired with loss of appetite/energy

  • Loose stool paired with loss of appetite/energy. Especially black, tar-like stool.

  • Bloated stomach (especially paired with vomiting)

  • Pale gums

  • Yellow tone in gums/eyes

  • Red dots on gums

  • Unable to urinate / straining

  • Seizures (one after another or lasting longer than 2 minutes are the most concerning)

  • Ataxia (sudden stumbling, uncoordinated, falling over, etc.)

  • Acting strange, eyes dilated, overstimulated (overreactive to touch/sounds)

Preventing Illness / Injury

  • Store medications, supplements, essential oils, e-cig products, gums & candies securely.

  • Make sure your pet has a collar/tags with the current phone number on it.

  • Avoid new bones/chews - consider choking hazards before giving your pet anything.

  • Be aware of your pet's limitations, behaviorally & medically - Management/prevention is key.

  • Prepare for possible issues during the holidays with family & friends... Do not expect your pet to adjust to the commotion & holiday festivities.

  • Make sure your first aid kit is stocked.

  • Make sure you have your pet's medications refilled ahead of time - Don't wait!

  • Educate yourself on toxic or problematic foods such as;

     garlic, macadamia nuts, onions, raisins, xylitol, any kind of pork products, any kind of grease, chocolate, espresso/coffee, etc among many others. Click the button below for an updated list of foods that can be harmful to your pet.

For after-hours emergencies please call:

Help Prevent Emergencies