Emergency Vet Annerley
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Pet Emergency Vet Annerley
Need A Reliable Emergency Vet?
Looking for an emergency vet in Annerley? If your pet is severely injured or ill and requires emergency vet care, please contact us to arrange mobile veterinary transportation, or visit our Kenmore or Sunnybank clinics.
Our emergency veterinary care does not require you to make an appointment, but please note that all pets and animals requiring emergency care will be attended to in the order of severity.
Critical & Emergency Care in Annerley
We Care For Your Pets
The House Call Vet is your one-stop shop for mobile, emergency and after hours veterinary care in Annerley. We’re dedicated to providing prompt, personalised care to all pets, big or small. Our Mobile Veterinary Units are fully equipped and ready to help with pet emergencies, so you can rest easy knowing that we’ve got you covered.
Our Mobile Veterinary Units are fully equipped and ready to aid in pet emergencies across Annerley. All cases are seen with the least possible delay, at the discretion of our staff and doctors.
After Hours Emergency Vet for Annerley Pets
A Dedicated Team of Skilled Emergency Vets
Whether it is late at night or during office hours, there is no convenient time to experience an emergency. As animal lovers, we understand the stress and worry an ill brings. Experience quality emergency and critical care, compassionate services and world-class support with our experienced team of doctors, nurses and staff who ensure your pet receives the best possible care.
The emergency vet annerley is the go-to place for all your pet emergencies. With no appointment necessary, we’ll see your furry friend as soon as we can..
We are dedicated to providing prompt, reliable, personalised emergency care to pets in Annerley. We are trained and well versed in a number of emergency situations and are able to provide the necessary treatment your pet needs to ensure the best possible outcome!
Have An Emergency?
Handling A Pet Emergency
Handling an animal emergency is a stressful experience, however, it is crucial to be prepared in the event an emergency were to arise.
The most important step in handling a pet emergency is to remain calm. Pets are highly attuned to our emotions, so it is important to not transfer your stress to your pet as this may cause further harm.
Assess The Problem
Keeping calm allows you to assess the problem and pay attention to important details. Understand what happened is crucial, so we may successfully treat your pet.
Keep Any Objects
If you suspected your pet has ingested something, be sure to keep the offending packaging so we can better assess your pet’s symptoms.
Similarly, if your pet has been bitten, taking a photo or identifying the animal or insect is important for treatment.
World Class Emergency Vet Annerley
Affordable & Accessibile Vet Care
We are a fully equipped mobile veterinary clinic servicing the greater Brisbane area. We save your pets unnecessary stress by coming straight to your home in times of emergency. The House Call Vet is a convenient and stress free mobile veterinary alternative for you and your pets. Our clients always receive personalised service and follow-ups directly from our veterinarians. Our mission is to revolutionise veterinary care in Brisbane by offering high-tech, state of the art veterinary clinics directly to the doors of sickly pets during times of emergency.
Our experienced team can accomplish almost anything at home: vaccinations, heartworm injections, lump checks, ear/eye/skin problems, blood tests, palliative care, arthritis injections & home euthanasia.
When your pet becomes suddenly unwell, we want to be able to see them straight away. When your pet needs in-hospital care, we can look after them at one of our clinics.
Emergency Vet Annerley
Emergency vet care is not like routine vet care. An emergency requiring immediate veterinary attention is necessary when your pet is severely injured or extremely ill.
If your pet should become dangerously injured or suddenly become very ill, they will need prompt emergency vet care.
If your pet is behaving differently to how they normally behave, or shows signs of being ill or injured, you may want to bring them into our clinic for vet care. However, if your pet is experiencing or showing signs of the following, we would recommend bringing them in for immediate care:
- trauma, such as being hit by a car
- difficulty breathing
- requiring a blood transfusion
- in shock; signs of shock include weakness, pale gums, cold limbs and an abnormal heart rate
- trouble urinating or not urinating at all
- unable to eat on their own
- life-threatening neurological diseases
- poor recovery after surgery or minor procedures
If you suspect that your pet requires emergency vet care, you should try to bring them to a House Call Vet clinic as soon as possible. If you are unable to move your pet yourself, you can contact us to make use of our mobile veterinary services. Some emergencies can be attended to at your home and may not require transportation of your pet at all.
If your pet is ill, unwell or injured and in pain, it is likely that it will not behave the way your are used to it behaving. Try to remain calm and provide comfort to your pet. Take note of the following:
- Pets can behave unpredictably when unwell, but especially when they are in pain. Be very cautious when handling your pet. Wrapping them in a blanket can help them feel more comfortable, warm and safe.
- In some cases, it is advisable not to feed your pet when you suspect they are unwell or injured. Contact one of our clinics if you are uncertain.
- If you suspect that your pet has been poisoned, try to bring what may have poisoned them with. This will help treat your pet faster as the veterinarian will know what to give your pet.
- If your pet is bleeding, be sure to stem the flow with towelling until you can get your pet to the clinic, or until a veterinarian reaches your home.