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Emergency Care

Hillsdale Animal Hospital is fully staffed and trained to triage and treat most non-critical emergencies. If your pet is in need of emergency care, please contact us at 336-281-3344 so that our medical team can give you immediate advice. If your pet’s condition is severe or requires aggressive hospitalization or advanced emergency surgery, you may be advised to take your pet directly to Carolina Veterinary Specialists.

If your pet requires emergency care when our hospital is closed, please contact Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Winston-Salem (336-896-0902). Their emergency team is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Pet Poison Helpline is our lifeline for toxic emergencies. If your pet has ingested a toxic substance, please contact the Pet Poison Hotline immediately. They will assign your pet a case number for our staff to reference for medical treatment recommendations. Many of these cases can be treated with minimal patient hospitalization but some require days of 24 hour care and monitoring. It is important that we have the pet poison specialists’ recommendations from the start to ensure the best outcome for your pet.

We can help your pets during an emergency, learn more about our team and contact us today for more information.

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