Animal Emergency Care

Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital offers animal emergency care to Paddock Hills and surrounding areas during regular operating hours. Whether your pet appears to be sick, injured, or simply isn't acting normal, our team will accommodate you and your pet immediately. While we do recommend calling in advance so our veterinarians and technicians can prepare for your arrival, we understand that this is not always possible. We will promptly admit your pet for treatment and do our best to answer your questions and ease your concerns.

emergency1

Is Your Pet Having an Emergency?

If you're concerned that your pet may have eaten something poisonous or is behaving strangely, please call us right away so we can help you determine the next best step. To recognize when an emergency is taking place, look for these indicators:

  • A rapid or irregular heartbeat
  • Pale pink or white gums
  • Pet is unable to walk or stand
  • Showing signs of pain
  • Heavy bleeding, bleeding from mouth/nose
  • Unable to urinate properly
  • Blood in stool/vomit
  • Seizures/convulsions
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Possibility of broken bones
  • Blunt force trauma or other injuries
  • Distended abdomen
  • Painful abdomen
  • Foaming at the mouth
  • Trouble breathing (panting heavily, choking, coughing)
  • Pet appears disoriented, unable to walk normally, falling down
  • Elevated temperature (ears are warm, nose is warm and dry)

Hospitals to Contact for After-Hours Emergencies

We recommend the following hospitals for 24-hour emergency and critical care:

MedVet of Cincinnati

Tel: (513) 561-0069
Fax: (513) 561-5688
3964 Red Bank Dr.
Fairfax, OH 45117

Care Center

Tel: (513) 530-0911
Fax: (513) 530-0811
6995 East Kemper Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45249

Menu

Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital

Font Resize