Animal Hospital of Warwick

2370 York Road, Commonwydds A-1
Jamison, PA 18929

(215)343-5300

animalhospitalofwarwick.com

Below is a list of some of the emergency situations that would require immediate attention.

  • Respiratory distress- open mouth breathing, rapid breathing
  • Inability to urinate - male cats or any species
  • Change in body temperature- overexposure to heat or cold
  • Distended abdomen, trying to vomit without producing anything, belching
  • Seizures, collapsing, falling, disorientation
  • Trouble moving (paralysis)
  • Excessive bleeding, unable to stop
  • Toxin ingestion
  • Hit by Car
  • Not eating or drinking for more than 24 hours
  • Vomiting or diarrhea for more than 24 hours, vomiting blood
  • Acute eye injuries
  • Ingesting a foreign body
  • Bite wound from wildlife or other animals
  • Facial swelling
  • Pain- whining, shaking, panting.

Remember, you know your pet better than anyone else. If you notice your pet behaving in a way that is unusual for them or if something just does not seem right, you may have picked up on a subtle sign of a real problem.