Is This a Pet Emergency?
If your pet is experiencing a life-threatening emergency, contact us right away.
Be alert to these conditions with your pet
- Hit by a car or had any other major traumatic event
- Difficulty breathing
- Convulsions or seizures
- Ingested poison or a toxic substance
(here’s a list of common household dangers)
- Difficulty urinating
- Uncontrolled bleeding
- Persistent or severe vomiting or diarrhea
- Lethargy or lack of appetite
- Swollen or distended abdomen
What to do in an emergency?
- Call our hospital and let them know you’re coming. This will help prepare our emergency team.
- Don’t give your pet any medication without first checking with your veterinarian. Many common human medications can be toxic to pets.
- Be careful handling an injured pet. Even the most gentle pet could bite or scratch you when they’re hurt.
- Use a carrier to transport your cat.
- Dogs may be transported using a heavy blanket or
flattened cardboard as a stretcher.
- If your pet has eaten something potentially toxic,
bring the substance with you.
- Bring any medications your pet is currently taking.
We have several payment options including cash, check, credit cards or CareCredit
, which is a credit card that can be used for veterinary expenses.
About BluePearl - Auburn Hills
Founded in 2003, our focus is on providing advanced care and access to options and treatments that complement the care provided by family veterinarians.
Among the areas we serve are Auburn Hills, Pontiac, Rochester Hills and Troy.
- Behavioral medicine
- Internal medicine
- Radiology and diagnostic imaging
Call (248) 494-4351 for Emergency Service!