Trauma

  • Puncture wounds / bite to throat – Call Veterinarian
  • Bleeding wounds that cannot be stopped with 5 minutes of pressure – Call Veterinarian
  • Large gaping wounds – Call Veterinarian
  • Small cuts or punctures – May not be an emergency
  • Mild puncture wounds from fight – Come in next morning
  • morning Mild lameness – Come in next morning

Traffic accident

Bleeding

Broken bones

Poisoning and toxicity

Snake bite

Bee sting

  • Is your pet bright and happy and just licking sore area – Apply cold press
  • Is your pet having swelling of face – Call Veterinarian
  • Has your pet collapsed – Call Veterinarian

Collapsed

Vomiting

  • Is your dog bright and wagging it’s tail – This is probably not an emergency
  • Is your dog depressed and not eating – Call Veterinarian

Diarrhoea

  • Is your dog bright and wagging it’s tail? – This is probably not an emergency
  • Is your dog still eating – This is probably not an emergency
  • Is your dog also vomiting? – Call Veterinarian

Breathing problems

Coughing

  • Is your dog on heart medication? – Call Veterinarian
  • Is your dog happy and able to eat? – Come in tomorrow for a check up.
  • Is your dog having trouble breathing? – Call Veterinarian

Bloat

Swollen abdomen

Found a tick

  • We don’t have tick paralysis in Western Australia – Not an emergency

Birthing problems

Loss of balance / falling over

Dragging back legs

Seizures

  • Call Veterinarian
  • This may pass in a few minutes – Comfort your pet and talk softly to them.

Heat stroke

  • Put your dog in a cold bath or wet them with cold wet towels and put the fan or air condittioning on them. Give them fluids to drink
  • If your pet is having trouble breathing – Call Veterinarian

Burns or smoke inhalation

Wildlife

  • We do not see wildlife out of hours. Please bring it in the next morning when we are open.
    This is to protect the mental health of our Veterinarians who work 12 hour days

Stray animals

  • Contact ranger – We do not see stray animals out of hours. This is to protect the mental health of our Veterinarians that work 12 hour days
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