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Emergency Veterinarian in Omaha, NE

Urgent Pet Care is your choice emergency veterinarian in Omaha. With years of combined experience, our friendly and dedicated vet team understands that accidents can happen and affect even the most well-cared for pets! Luckily, with our unique one-on-one approach to patient care, we are always prepared for all types of pet emergencies. We are also dedicated to helping families prepare a pet emergency plan and are happy to be there through every step of the treatment process during those unexpected visits to our offices.

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Discover the Difference at Urgent Pet Care in Omaha

Our knowledgeable and experienced veterinarian team believes that your family pets should always have access to the best vet care available, no matter the situation. With extended hours that include nights, weekend and holidays -we are here when your pet can’t wait!

When Should You Seek Out Urgent Care in Omaha?

Your family pets are all unique and so are the reasons why you may need to make a visit to our urgent care in Omaha. Some of the most common reasons why you may need to bring your pet into our offices include:

  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Insect Stings
  • Animal Bites
  • Auto Accidents
  • Food or Household Poisoning
  • Choking
  • Other Wounds or Cuts

Not sure if you are dealing with a pet emergency that needs the attention of our experienced emergency veterinarian in Omaha? If you ever feel like your pet may be in immediate danger, it is important to act quickly and call ahead to alert our team that you are on the way into our offices. We will always do our best to accommodate your emergencies as soon as possible.

Other Common Pet Emergencies

In certain situations, it may be hard to tell whether or not your pet needs to make a visit to our urgent care in Omaha. Some other common pet emergencies that may indicate that you’re dealing with a pet emergency include:

  • Seizures or Fainting
  • Bloating
  • Loss of Appetite or Dehydration (lasting more than 24 hours)
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Persistent Vomiting or Diarrhea
  • Extreme Pain (whining, shaking, refusing to socialize)
  • Unexplained Bleeding (from the mouth, eyes, or nose)

What Should You Do in a Pet Emergency

If you think that your pet is experiencing a vet emergency, it is very important to do your best to remain calm. If your pet sense that you are in distress, they may begin to panic or act aggressively towards you. This is normal behavior whenever a pet is in extreme pain or discomfort.

Other important steps to take during a pet emergency include:

  • If your pet is choking, work quickly and do your best to safely put your fingers in their mouth to remove any blockage. If you are unable to remove the blockage, try to perform a modified Heimlich maneuver and apply fast, sharp pressure to their chest to dislodge the object.
  • If you notice that your pet has external bleeding, elevate the area and do your best to apply pressure to the wound.
  • If you think your pet has ingested anything poisonous, don’t delay and call our urgent care offices immediately for further instructions.
  • If possible, ask a friend or family member to drive to our veterinarian offices so that you can stay with your pet during the car ride to help keep them calm.
  • Always contact our emergency services if your pet has a life threatening issue. 

Want more pet emergency tips from the experts at Urgent Pet Care in Omaha?

Call (402) 567-2911 (Papillion Office) and (402) 991-9444 (Millard Office) or visit us online today for more helpful information.