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EMERGENCIES

Given the limitations of home visits, if your pet is in a life threatening emergency, please travel immediately to the nearest emergency hospital.

Vancouver Animal Emergency

& Referral Centre

(Has Specialists)

(604) 879-3737

2303 Alberta St, Vancouver, BC V5Y 4A7

Mountainside Animal Hospital 
 

(Closest Emergency facility,
but no specialty services)
 

(604) 973-1247

2580 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver,

BC V7R 4H2

Boundary Bay Veterinary

Specialty Hospital
 

(Has ECC & Specialists)

(604) 514-8383

10436 173 St, Surrey, BC V4N 5H3

           What Harmony Vets can help with:

          ​(Non-life threatening situations)

  • Small wounds

  • Sudden lameness

  • Eye problems

  • A seizure

  • Foreign body ingestion
    socks, etc - to induce vomiting (within 2 hour)

  • Toxic substance ingestion
    (within 2 hours & not showing symptoms. Induction of vomiting only, some toxic substance ingestion require hospitalization)

* You may still be advised to one of the emergency clinics after being seen.

          Examples of Emergencies to go            to Vancouver:

  • Struggling to breath

  • Straining / unable to urinate

  • Collapse

  • Persistent seizures

  • Unproductive retching

  • Hit by a car

  • Severe dehydration

  • Fall from a height

  • Severe animal attack

  • Profuse bleeding

  • Paralysis

  • Profuse vomiting / diarrhoea +/- blood

  • Anything that will require X-rays / Ultrasound / CT

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Once we are open, we will be able to assist with emergency euthanasia if your pet is in distress.

Emergencies can be time critical.

Your pet could better chances of survival being addressed in a dedicated emergency facility without a delay of waiting for a house-call appointment with limited emergency capabilities.

ASPCA Animal Poison Control
24/7 Poison Control Helpline

(888) 426-4435

$120 / consult

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If your pet has eaten a toxic substance, please call Animal Poison Control's helpline for advice. If they recommend to be seen by a veterinarian, they then advise us on the best treatment going forwards.

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