Emergency Care

Animal Emergency Services In Watertown

A medical emergency can arise at any given point and time. When your furry family member is in a life-threatening situation, you want everything to be handled as quickly and professionally as possible. At Watertown Animal Hospital, PC, in Watertown, CT, our emergency vet staff is trained, equipped, and ready to handle your loved ones like our own.  

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Being Observant Can Save Lives

Pet owners have to be responsible and pay attention to their pets and surroundings. Several events or circumstances can increase your pet chances of having an animal emergency. If your pet is experiencing signs of vomiting or diarrhea, it could mean that he or she has ingested something toxic or is having organ problems, which could be life-threatening. If your pet has diabetes, it is best to prioritize his or her safety by seeing our veterinarian for treatment. Difficult or painful urination may indicate signs of bladder stones or a system blockage. Seizures, heatstroke, dizziness, fainting, and excessive panting are signs that your animal needs to see an emergency veterinarian. These are potential health issues that can become dangerous when left untreated. 

If your female pet is pregnant, be very attentive to the mother. Unfortunately, we cannot always be in direct control of the situations an animal is placed in. Your female animal can experience a difficult labor, may hemorrhage, have metritis, or damage her puppies or kittens while delivering them. In cases like these, it is best to contact our veterinarian for advice or treatment.

We Are Here To Help You and Your Pet

When you call our animal hospital for an emergency, we make it our priority to work as efficiently, quickly, and strategically as possible. Our experienced veterinarians are trained to take various precautions before your pet is immediately driven to our animal hospital. When an emergency call is made, our veterinary team will provide you with the necessary instructions for your pet’s emergency. Our goal is to help your furry animal overcome his or her problem and recover properly.

Quality Animal Emergency Care is A Phone Call Away

When a pet emergency arises, Watertown Animal Hospital, PC, in Watertown, CT, is here to help. Call our veterinary hospital at 860-274-9651 for immediate instructions. Together, we can overcome any obstacles.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-1:30 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The staff is wonderful. We brought Otis, a very large 4 yr old Rottie there for an ACL/miniscus surgery. Everything was successful. We just brought him for his final follow up and all is good. This big guy has no manners and no sense of personal space except for his own space, but he loves the receptionists and vet techs there, and they love him. Nothing but good things to say about Watertown Veterinary Hospital."
    Michael J Braccia
  • "watertown animal hospital has the most caring and patient staff and Dr. Price is amazing with my sphynx cat Raisin. i can't say enough about this facility!"
    Erica Papa