Emergency Care

Our vet clinic offers round-the-clock pet emergency care in Kanata, ensuring your beloved companion is in the best hands when they need it most.

IF YOU’RE PET NEEDS EMERGENCY CARE NOW, PLEASE CALL US AT (613) 383-8381 OR COME SEE US AT 58-500 EAGLESON ROAD, KANATA IMMEDIATELY!

Trusted Critical Care

Since the autumn of 2018, we have been committed to offering your pets a range of critical services. We uphold the highest veterinary medical standards as an AAHA and CVO-recognised clinic, ensuring your pets get the first-rate treatment they need. These certifications demonstrate our dedication to quality, strict operating procedures, and cutting-edge facilities, making us the first choice in emergency veterinary treatment.

Examinations

Eagleson Veterinary Clinic prioritizes the health and security of your pet by
offering emergency examinations. We offer two styles of assessments as part of our emergency services: daytime medical exams for urgent circumstances and nighttime critical care exams for more severe instances. Call our clinic to secure a time slot if your pet needs emergency care during the day. Please contact us if any urgent issues come up late at night. Our devoted team is always prepared to respond to your pet’s emergency needs, ensuring they get definitive treatment.

Examinations

Eagleson Veterinary Clinic prioritizes the health and security of your pet by
offering emergency examinations. We offer two styles of assessments as part of our emergency services: daytime medical exams for urgent circumstances and nighttime critical care exams for more severe instances. Call our clinic to secure a time slot if your pet needs emergency care during the day. Please contact us if any urgent issues come up late at night. Our devoted team is always prepared to respond to your pet’s emergency needs, ensuring they get definitive treatment.

Common Emergency Situations

1. Breathing Difficulties include rapid, shallow, or loud breathing and increased effort. Coughing, wheezing, or bluish gums are symptoms.

2. Uncontrollable, sudden muscular spasms or convulsions are known as seizures. Watch for signs such as drooling, twitching, or limb paddling.

3. Trauma is a term used to describe accidents or injuries, including fractures, dislocations, severe wounds, or bleeding. Limping, swollen, painful, or exposed bone are warning signs.

4. Ingestion of Toxic Substances, plants, chemicals, or drugs causes poisoning. Drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, tremors, or seizures are symptoms.

5. Gastric dilatation-volvulus(GVD), sometimes known as “bloat,” is a potentially fatal illness in dogs where the stomach twists. A bloated belly, restlessness, ineffectual retching, or drooling are symptoms.

6. Obstructed Urination Flow, which is typical in male cats. Blood in the urine or vocalizing while urinating are warning signs, as are frequent trips to the litter box.

7. Overheating brought on by high temperatures or vigorous exertion is known as heatstroke. Drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, or collapsing are among the symptoms.

8. Dehydration can result from persistent vomiting or diarrhea. Look for signs of weakness, tiredness, or blood in the stool or vomit.

9. Injuries to the eyes include scratches, punctures, and foreign objects in the eye. Redness, swelling, or discharge are symptoms, and squinting is another.

10. Severe Anophaltic Reactions to medicines or insect stings or bites that are hypersensitive. Inflammation, hives, breathing issues, or vomiting are all warning signs.

Remember to seek emergency veterinarian care for your pet if you believe it is going through any of these circumstances.

Common Emergency Situations

1. Breathing Difficulties include rapid, shallow, or loud breathing and increased effort. Coughing, wheezing, or bluish gums are symptoms.

2. Uncontrollable, sudden muscular spasms or convulsions are known as seizures. Watch for signs such as drooling, twitching, or limb paddling.

3. Trauma is a term used to describe accidents or injuries, including fractures, dislocations, severe wounds, or bleeding. Limping, swollen, painful, or exposed bone are warning signs.

4. Ingestion of Toxic Substances, plants, chemicals, or drugs causes poisoning. Drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, tremors, or seizures are symptoms.

5. Gastric dilatation-volvulus(GVD), sometimes known as “bloat,” is a potentially fatal illness in dogs where the stomach twists. A bloated belly, restlessness, ineffectual retching, or drooling are symptoms.

6. Obstructed Urination Flow, which is typical in male cats. Blood in the urine or vocalizing while urinating are warning signs, as are frequent trips to the litter box.

7. Overheating brought on by high temperatures or vigorous exertion is known as heatstroke. Drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, or collapsing are among the symptoms.

8. Dehydration can result from persistent vomiting or diarrhea. Look for signs of weakness, tiredness, or blood in the stool or vomit.

9. Injuries to the eyes include scratches, punctures, and foreign objects in the eye. Redness, swelling, or discharge are symptoms, and squinting is another.

10. Severe Anophaltic Reactions to medicines or insect stings or bites that are hypersensitive. Inflammation, hives, breathing issues, or vomiting are all warning signs.

Remember to seek emergency veterinarian care for your pet if you believe it is going through any of these circumstances.

No more time to waste! Call Eagleson Veterinary Clinic immediately if your pet needs critical
treatment. Your cherished pet will get the professional guidance and rapid assistance they require since we welcome new patients daily. Get in touch with us for immediate care.

Critical Services

We provide a wide range of emergency services for your dogs at Eagleson Veterinary Clinic. Our cutting-edge facility performs in-house diagnostics, including X-rays, urine testing, blood work, and other procedures, guaranteeing precise and timely findings. A wide range of emergency treatments, including orthopedic surgeries, C-sections, and exploratory surgeries for the removal of foreign bodies, may be handled by our cutting-edge surgical unit. We offer dedicated overnight care for instances that require ongoing medical treatment for more than 24 hours, putting the welfare of your treasured pets first.

Follow-Ups

Even after an emergency, we remain dedicated to your pet’s welfare. A representative from our reliable follow-up care will contact you 24 hours after your pet’s discharge to check on how they are doing. We can arrange a recheck checkup with one of our knowledgeable veterinarians at a discounted rate if your pet’s problem is unresolved after 14 days of at-home therapy. This all-encompassing strategy guarantees the best possible
assistance and care, assisting your pet in fully recovering.

Finances

We are aware that veterinary expenses for pets can be expensive. Although we don’t provide payment plans, we suggest exploring options like iFinance: PetCard, LendCare, and PayBright for assistance if money is tight. These independent businesses offer support to pet owners in case of unanticipated medical problems. We require a deposit for daytime appointments, subtracted from the total bill after discharge. Our vets offer an estimate in serious situations that call for overnight stays, and the whole sum is due before hospitalization treatment can start. In addition, pet insurance plans like Trupanion and OVMA Pet Insurance may prove to be crucial financial aid in times of need.