Because Your Pet is Our Top Priority!

Pet sicknesses and injuries don't always play by the rules. Good thing PetHealth UrgentCare does! We're here to fit into your busy life and keep your pets feeling their best.


What We Treat

When your pet isn't feeling their best, PetHealth's expert veterinary team is all in to uncover the why and map out a treatment strategy. We understand the stress that comes along with a sick pet, and our certified team is here with worry-free guidance to provide the medical support and reassurance you need.

Your pet's health is our goal... sans the stress!

Illnesses and Sick Symptoms

Walk In Wellness

End-of-Life Care

  • Visible lump or swelling often accompanied by redness, warmth, and tenderness around the affected area.
Allergic Reactions
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Hives or severe itching
  • Swelling of the face or body
Back Pain
  • Altered Posture: Changes in your pet's posture, such as a hunched back or reluctance to stand up or move.
  • Reduced Activity: Decreased interest in physical activities, reluctance to play, jump, or climb.
  • Whining or Vocalization: Vocal expressions of pain, whining, whimpering, or yelping.
  • Licking or Biting: Excessive licking or biting of a specific area on the back, indicating localized pain.
  • Stiffness or Lameness: Stiff movements or lameness, particularly noticeable when your pet is walking or trying to navigate stairs.
Bites & Stings
  • Care for bites and stings, including wound cleaning, antibiotics, and pain management, to prevent infection and minimize discomfort promptly.
Cardiac Issues
  • Collapse or fainting
  • Rapid or irregular heartbeat
  • Signs of heart failure
Cuts & Scrapes
  • Immediate attention to cuts and scrapes includes disinfection, suturing, and bandaging, promoting a speedy healing process while keeping your pet calm and emotionally supported.
Dental Issues
  • Excessive drooling or bleeding from the mouth
  • Fractured teeth or jaw
  • Signs of severe oral pain
Eye Issues
  • Discharge from the eyes
  • Red, swollen, or painful eyes
  • Sudden vision loss
Fracture Assessment
  • Each PetHealth location is equipped with onsite testing for the immediate assessment and diagnosis of potential fractures or sprains
Gastrointestinal Issues
  • Inability to eat or drink
  • Persistent vomiting or diarrhea
  • Suspected ingestion of toxic substances or foreign objects
Heatstroke or Hypothermia
  • Excessive panting and distress in hot weather
  • Shivering, weakness, or lethargy in cold weather
Minor Wounds & Lacerations
  • Typically, a wound or laceration that is small in size, involving minimal tissue damage.
  • The injury does not significantly impede the pet's movement or functionality.
Neurological Symptoms
  • Inability to stand or walk
  • Seizures or convulsions
  • Sudden disorientation or loss of balance
Pain Management
  • Medication Administration: Prompt administration of appropriate pain relief medications tailored to the pet's condition and pain level.
  • Analgesics and Anti-Inflammatories: Use of analgesics and anti-inflammatory medications to alleviate pain and reduce inflammation.
  • Individualized Treatment Plans: Development of individualized treatment plans considering the pet's health status, medical history, and the nature of the injury or condition.
  • Monitoring and Adjustments: Ongoing monitoring of the pet's response to pain management interventions, with adjustments made as needed.

Reproductive Emergencies
  • Complications post-breeding
  • Difficulty during labor
  • Prolonged labor without successful delivery
Respiratory Distress
  • Blue or pale gums
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Persistent coughing or choking
Sudden Weight Loss or Anorexia
  • Rapid and unexplained weight loss
  • Refusal to eat or drink for an extended period
Toenail Injuries
  • Limping or Favoring a Paw
  • Excessive Licking or Chewing of feet
  • Visible Swelling or Redness
  • Pain or Sensitivity
  • Bleeding
  • Reluctance to Walk or Play:
  • Changes in Gait:
  • Discoloration or Darkening
  • Visible Break or Crack:
  • Difficulty Extending or Retracting Claw
Trauma and Injuries
  • Bite wounds or animal attacks
  • Fractures or broken bones
  • Hit by a car incidents
  • Severe wounds or lacerations
Vaccine Reactions
  • Well-equipped to handle vaccine reactions, our team provides immediate care and relief, ensuring the well-being of your pet following vaccinations
Allergies (Hives & Facial Swelling)
  • Allergies can manifest in several ways in pets.
  • Our team offers effective, comprehensive allergy treatments, managing acute reactions like hives and facial swelling.
  • Long-term management plans are also created for ongoing care.
Anal Glands – Scooting, Licking
  • Anal gland issues can cause significant discomfort for your pet.
  • Our clinic provides effective treatments and advice on preventive care.
  • We work closely with general practice veterinarians to ensure your pet's comfort and prevent recurring problems.
Anxiety & Motion Sickness
  • Our team is trained in the latest techniques for managing anxiety and motion sickness in pets.
  • From behavior modification strategies to medications, we provide immediate relief.
Bad Breath
  • Bad breath can be a sign of dental disease or other health issues.
  • Our team performs a thorough oral health check to diagnose the cause and proposes an effective treatment plan.
Hiding or Whining
  • Changes in behavior, such as hiding or whining, can indicate distress.
  • Our experienced team identifies the reasons behind such behaviors and provides necessary care.
Lumps & Bumps
  • Finding a lump or bump on your pet can be scary.
  • Our team helps identify the cause and determines if immediate action is needed.
  • We recommend next steps for your pet's well-being.
  • Ranging from fleas to ticks to internal parasites, we can determine the type of parasite your pet may have.
  • Our team provides the best course of action for effective parasite management.
  • Keep pets up to date on vaccines for boarding and/or travel needs.
  • Ensure comprehensive protection for your pet's health and safety.
  • Schedule vaccinations in advance of any travel or boarding arrangements.
End of Life Care

End-of-life decisions are never easy for pet parents, and at PetHealth, we understand the profound sadness that comes with saying goodbye. Our team is here to support and guide you through the entire process with empathy and care.

When the time comes for this difficult decision, trust that we will provide gentle and dignified care in a tranquil environment. PetHealth is committed to ensuring a peaceful farewell for your beloved pet. We have a special area where families can take all the time and space they need to say their goodbyes, surrounded by understanding and comfort.

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