Pet emergencies



What to do in an emergency

Accidents and health emergencies can happen at any time, and our experienced team is ready to help if the unexpected happens to your pet. Emergencies are always given first priority at our vet hospital. If possible, please call ahead so that we can prepare for your pet's arrival. 

Even with the best care and attention, accidents and health emergencies can happen. These include:

  • Car accidents
  • Poisoning- If you suspect your pet has eaten something that might be poisonous, please bring in the packaging or container to help us administer the right antidote
  • Collapses or seizures
  • Severe vomiting or diarrhoea (more than two episodes in the past twelve hours, or if it is combined with any of these other symptoms, or any other obvious illness)
  • Choking or difficulty breathing
  • Difficulty going to the toilet (urinating, or passing stools)
  • If your pet appears to be in pain, or seems anxious

If you are concerned about your pet's health, or have an emergency, please call us, or your local Vet immediately. If you aren't able to contact us, please ring a 24-hour veterinary emergency hospital.

Emergencies after hours

Emergencies can happen at any time, and sometimes your furry family member may need care outside our normal Hospital hours. 


Here are the contact details for a few 24 hour emergency specialist Veterinary Hospitals that we work with

Sydney Veterinary and Emergency Specialists

675 Botany Rd, Roseberry
Ph: 9197 5800


Sydney University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
65 Parramatta Rd, Camperdown
Ph: 9351 3437


Animal Referral Hospital
250 Parramatta Road, Homebush
Ph: 8999 7184


SASH (Small Animal Specialist Hospital)
1/1 Richardson Place North Ryde
Ph: 9889 0289





If you can't get through to us outside hospital hours, please take your pet to a 24 emergency centre immediately.