Emergency Vet Care

SILICON VALLEY PET CLINIC OFFER EMERGENCY CARE SERVICES

It is a source of concern when our pets are not feeling well, as we think of our pets like a family member. So, we’re in pain when they’re in pain. Sometimes, it can be tricky to diagnose when our pet’s symptoms are a sign of a serious emergency, or a problem can arise that you can’t wait until the morning to be handled by a vet. Silicon Valley Pet Hospital staffs an emergency vet around the clock. Some of the serious symptoms have been outlined below that you shouldn’t ignore when it comes to your pets, as it is a matter of your pet’s health. When should I take my pet to the animal hospital?

Trouble Breathing – If changes in your pet are being observed and you notice that your animal is suddenly having problems in breathing, then they need to get to the vet right away, especially if their lips are puffed out.

Weakness/Collapsing –If your pet suddenly becomes very weak or collapses, this could be pointing to a larger issue and something which needs to be taken care of immediately. Internal bleeding, cardiac conditions, or an organ malfunction are the common causes of collapsing.

 Vomiting/Diarrhea – Our pets may vomit now and then, or maybe have a minor case of loose stool or diarrhea. However, if persistent vomiting and diarrhea is observed, then your pet needs immediate medical attention. Gastrointestinal issues are common causes of vomiting and diarrhea.

Loss of Muscular Control of Back Legs – Dachshunds, Corgis, and similar breeds often have this issue. Their spinal cords are more vulnerable because they are long and short. Paralysis may come on very suddenly in such breeds and is a matter of concern, but can be treated quickly by an emergency vet.

 Major Traumas – There is no need to wait when you see a visible injury in your pet or if you know that an animal has been hit by a car, has fallen, or shows signs of any other major injury, you need to get your pet immediately to the emergency vet.

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Working Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

10:00 am-10:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-10:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-10:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-10:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-10:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-10:00 pm

Sunday:

10:00 am-10:00 pm

THE WORD OF MOUTH

What our patient say

  • "My dog Buster was in pain and wasn’t acting like himself. I scheduled an appointment with Dr. Gill ASAP. He did a remarkable job during the initial exam to diagnose the problem and recommend additional treatments/services to relieve the pain Buster was in. After doing X-rays and blood work it was determined my little guy was suffering from intervertebral disc disease."
    Jotika
  • "This place was awesome. They took such good care of my giant Rottweiler during an emergency. They even called the next day to check up on her. The price was reasonable too. Went back again and the treatment was great yet again. Love that they stay open late and open everyday. So convenient. Thanks guys for treating my girl as is she was family!"
    Mea
  • "I’m planning to travel with my baby cat. In order to do that she has to do a Rabies Neutralization Antibody Testing from certified lab. I was lucky to reach out Dr. Gill. He explained to me throughly and helped me to get it done. I would recommend Dr. Gill to everyone who needs professional and friendly help on their loved pets."
    Hsinti
  • "I’m very happy with the service and prices of the Silicon Valley Pet Clinic. I have gotten quotes from other vets around and SVPC offers the best value! I took my dog in to get some growths removed and get this teeth cleaned."
    Katie
  • "My 16 yr old cat Pete had some green discharge coming from his eye. I recently brought a feral kitten in to care for that my cousin found. I figured that Pete probably got scratched in the eye from the little guy."
    Jeanna
  • "I was very nervous to have her spayed, especially after going through an episode of Giardia. She has been dealing with poop that is not consistent and we are doing some probiotic treatment."
    Connie