AES Emergency Vet Clinic in Kirkland, WA

How do you know if your pet is having an emergency? Here are some tips to help you identify an emergency situation with your pet.

Pet-related emergencies come in all shapes and sizes. You know your pet best! If your pet isn’t acting right, please give us a call. We would be happy to help determine whether your pet should be seen right away. If your pet has any of the following symptoms, please contact your family veterinarian or AES right away. We are open 24/7/365 to answer your emergency questions and concerns: 425.827.8727.

Below is a table of symptoms that may be a sign of an emergency health issue:

Uncontrolled bleeding Collapse
Breathing problems Seizures
Sudden weakness Trauma
Bloated/distended abdomen  Possible poisoning
Unexplained lethargy Heatstroke
Allergic reaction Loss of balance
Difficulty birthing Injury
Excessive vomiting Fever
Persistent diarrhea Pain
Inability to urinate Eye changes/injury
Inability to defecate Lameness
Painful abdomen Diabetic complications