Pet emergencies are scary.

When a pet is experiencing an emergency, it’s easy to feel out of control and unsure of how to proceed. At Frisco Veterinary Center, we can help guide you and your furry friend through an emergency. Our knowledgeable and level-headed staff are equipped with the best techniques to care for your pet in an urgent situation.

Pet emergencies are scary.

When a pet is experiencing an emergency, it’s easy to feel out of control and unsure of how to proceed. At Frisco Veterinary Center, we can help guide you and your furry friend through an emergency. Our knowledgeable and level-headed staff are equipped with the best techniques to care for your pet in an urgent situation.

What Constitutes an Emergency?

Some symptoms and situations should never be ignored.

If you are witnessing your pet experiencing any health issues that you don’t know how to control, it’s important to stay calm. When you are more relaxed, you can think clearer in stressful circumstances. Next, determine whether or not you should take your pet to an emergency center. Typically, emergency care is necessary if they:

Are dehydrated due to excessive vomiting or diarrhea

Have difficulty breathing

Ingested a poison or toxic substance

Have fractured or visibly broken bones

Are showing signs of lameness

Have experienced seizure activity

If your pet is experiencing something not listed above but you’re still concerned about their safety, we’re here to guide you. Call us and we’ll talk with you about the condition and assess whether you should bring your companion in for emergency care.
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What Constitutes an Emergency?

Some symptoms and situations should never be ignored.

If you are witnessing your pet experiencing any health issues that you don’t know how to control, it’s important to stay calm. When you are more relaxed, you can think clearer in stressful circumstances. Next, determine whether or not you should take your pet to an emergency center. Typically, emergency care is necessary if they:

Are dehydrated due to excessive vomiting or diarrhea

Have difficulty breathing

Ingested a poison or toxic substance

Have fractured or visibly broken bones

Are showing signs of lameness

Have experienced seizure activity

If your pet is experiencing something not listed above but you’re still concerned about their safety, we’re here to guide you. Call us and we’ll talk with you about the condition and assess whether you should bring your companion in for emergency care.
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Pet Emergency
& Urgent Care

in Frisco

Not knowing what to do next in an emergency is a scary situation to be in, especially if it involves your furry friend. At Frisco Veterinary Center, our intuitive and kindhearted staff can identify and solve the pain that your pet is experiencing. Call or visit us today for an emergency appointment for your pet.

Pet Emergency & Urgent Care

in Frisco

Not knowing what to do next in an emergency is a scary situation to be in, especially if it involves your furry friend. At Frisco Veterinary Center, our intuitive and kindhearted staff can identify and solve the pain that your pet is experiencing. Call or visit us today for an emergency appointment for your pet.