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Difficulty breathing, blue tongue or raspy breath sounds.
Swollen or distended abdomen, with or without productive vomiting.
Inability to urinate or defecate, especially if straining. (Cats may repeatedly go to the litter box, lick at the genital area, and/or vocalize.)
Ingestion of toxin, including but not limited to: chocolate, rodenticides (mouse and rat bait), garden pest control products (snail baits), prescription, over the counter or illegal drugs, and household cleaners. BRING THE CONTAINER WITH YOU!
Traumas such as being hit by a car, a fall from a height or blunt force, even if the animal is NOT showing any ill effects!
Collapse/inability to stand or walk.
Loss of balance or consciousness, convulsions or seizure activity.
Any trauma or concern with the eyes.
Penetrating wound, such as bite wounds (dog or cat), gunshot or stab wounds.
Bleeding that does not stop. (Apply pressure with a clean cloth while on your way).
Vomiting or diarrhea with blood.
Heatstroke: heavy panting, weakness on a warm day.
Exposure to snakes or ticks.
Any time you feel something just is not right.
Call 248-437-1243 for any EMERGENCY!