Delray Beach Animal Hospital offers animal emergency care for pets in Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach and the surrounding areas during our regular operating hours. We treat cats and dogs with a wide range of urgent and life-threatening conditions in our state-of-the-art facility. Our compassionate team is here to help, answering questions you may have about your pet’s care and offering support in a stressful time.
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DIAGNOSTIC TOOLS

ANIMAL EMERGENCIES

We treat many common animal emergencies in Delray Beach, including everything from car accidents to abdominal bloat. For pets that may have swallowed a foreign object, we use our in-house diagnostic tools to diagnose the problem. Our sterile surgical suite allows us to remove items that are blocking up an intestinal tract, repairing any damage it may have caused along the way. We can set broken or fractured bones, repair wounds or bites from other animals, support a pet through a life-threatening infection and help you through this difficult time.
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DIAGNOSTIC TOOLS

ANIMAL EMERGENCIES

We treat many common animal emergencies in Delray Beach, including everything from car accidents to abdominal bloat. For pets that may have swallowed a foreign object, we use our in-house diagnostic tools to diagnose the problem. Our sterile surgical suite allows us to remove items that are blocking up an intestinal tract, repairing any damage it may have caused along the way. We can set broken or fractured bones, repair wounds or bites from other animals, support a pet through a life-threatening infection and help you through this difficult time.
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COMMON SIGNS OF AN ANIMAL EMERGENCY

Please keep in mind that the following is not a complete list. These are some of the typical signs we often see in pets that need emergency care in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach and the surrounding areas.

Difficulty breathing or choking

Inability to urinate or pass stool, or pain when doing so

Suspected or known contact with toxins or ingestion of poisons

Inability to move one or more legs

Severe vomiting or diarrhea

Bite or scratch wounds

Problematic delivery of kittens or puppies

Severe bleeding that does not stop, or blood in urine

Obvious injury to the eye, nose or mouth

Seizures or irregular walking/stumbling

Extreme distress

Refusal of water for more than 24 hours

Stomach bloat

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Delray Beach Animal Hospital offers animal emergency care in Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, Deerfield Beach and the surrounding areas.