Years of running, jumping and walking take a toll on your pet's joints. When your once energetic cat or dog starts to slows down or appears to be in pain, osteoarthritis may be to blame. The disea ...View Article
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2095 GA-211 #2A
Braselton, GA 30517
Phone: (470) 209-7222
Fax: (470) 209-7221
Email: Animal Emergency Care of Braselton
Animal Emergency Care of Braselton is an after hours veterinarian serving the pets of Braselton GA. Our dedicated and qualified staff is available to help your pet when other veterinarians are not! If you're not sure whether or not you should contact us for emergency services, here are some of the most common emergencies that pets experience in Braselton, GA:
Struck by a car. A pet that is hit by a motor vehicle can experience internal bleeding, broken bones, concussion, brain damage and more. Don't wait to bring in your pet after being struck by a car; contact us right away.
Ingestion of toxic substances. There are many toxic substances that people keep in their homes that are dangerous to pets. If your pet ingests cleaning products, anti-freeze or other household chemicals, contact us right away.
Physical trauma. Heavy bleeding, unconsciousness and other problems associated with physical trauma can lead to permanent damage or even death if your pet isn't given proper medical care right away.
Animal fights. Pets that get into fights with other animals may need stitches. Sometimes close contact between two animals can also lead to the spread of diseases. At Animal Emergency Care of Braselton, we help your pet recover from injuries and exposure to illness.
Ingestion of sharp objects and foreign bodies. Pets who swallow animal bones and other sharp objects may be at risk for serious injury. We'll help you determine whether or not your pet is in danger and decide next steps.
Foaming at the mouth. Foaming at the mouth can be an indication of illness, heatstroke and more. If your pet is foaming at the mouth, contact us immediately.
Vomiting and diarrhea. Persistent vomiting and diarrhea can dehydrate your pet and lead to more serious illness. At Animal Emergency Care of Braselton, we'll help your pet get rehydrated and try to discover the source of your pet's distress.
Heatstroke. Heatstroke can be fatal if it's not properly addressed. We can help your pet reach a safer, more healthy internal temperature.
Seizures. If your pet is having a seizure, this could be an indication of a disorder, or could be a sign that your pet has ingested something dangerous. We can find out why your pet is having seizures.
Difficulty breathing. Difficulty breathing is a true emergency that could lead to death if not properly addressed. Our oxygen support services will help your pet breathe normally while his or her condition is assessed.
Allergic reactions. Allergic reactions can lead to death, if they're serious enough. If your pet is having an allergic reaction, call as soon as possible.
We're here to help your pet through injury and illness. Contact us at (470) 209-7222.