If your dog or cat is experiencing an emergency during our business hours, please call Glenwood Pet Hospital right away at
Mon – Thur: 7:45am – 7:00pm
Sat: 7:45am – 1pm
What is A Pet Emergency?
Pets instinctively hide any symptoms of illness or injury, which makes discerning an emergency more complex. If you notice any of the symptoms listed below, please contact our animal hospital right away:
- Disinterested in eating or drinking
- Trouble breathing
- Chronic vomiting or diarrhea
- Exhibiting symptoms of severe pain (shaking or flinching/crying when touched)
- Severe bleeding
- Acting lethargic or disoriented
- Loss of consciousness
- Presence of blood in stool or vomit
- Straining or inability to pass stool or urine
- Limping or having difficulty walking
- Undergoing a traumatic event (hit by a car, attacked by another animal, etc.)
These symptoms and behaviors may indicate your pet needs care by an emergency veterinarian. Please contact our animal hospital immediately so our team can offer guidance and administer emergency care.
Our After Hour Emergencies & Referrals
Emergencies can happen at any time, and if your pet is experiencing an emergency after our business hours, we recommend contacting one of the following emergency animal hospitals for assistance.