Caring Pet Hospital is the trusted emergency veterinarian in Hayward, CA. With years of combined experience, knowledgeable staff and a team that is dedicated to the highest level of services, we understand that accidents can happen and affect even the most loved family pets. With our unique one-on-one approach to patient care, we are happy to help guide your family through any number of pet emergencies. By helping families create useful pet emergency plans and educated pet owners on what to do in an emergency, we believe we can better serve our patients during any unplanned visit to our offices.

Put Your Trust in the Emergency Vet Team at Caring Pet Hospital

The experienced vet emergency team at Caring Pet Hospital believes that every family pet should have access to the best veterinarian care available, especially in an emergency situation! Every pet is unique and that means that each emergency visit to our veterinary offices is treated with special care. Some of the most common reasons why you may need to make a visit to our emergency vet include:

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

Not sure if your pet’s medical situation is actually an emergency that needs the attention of our vet in Hayward? If you feel like your pet may be experiencing a veterinary emergency, it is important that you remain calm and act quickly to alert our vet that you will be making a visit to our offices. Our experienced team is dedicated to accommodating all vet emergencies as soon as possible.

Other Common Pet Emergencies

You may encounter certain situations with your pet where it is very hard to determine whether or not they need veterinarian attention. Some of the other common pet emergency situations that you should be aware of include:

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

What Should I Do in a Pet Emergency?

If you believe that your pet is experiencing an emergency vet situation, it is important that you try your best to remain calm and act quickly. If your pet senses that you are afraid or in distress, you can cause them to panic and possibly worsen their condition. Additionally, when our family pets are in pain or afraid, they can act out aggressively and could potentially harm you or other people. However, this is normal behavior when pets are placed in extreme circumstances.

Providing a safe and comfortable environment for your pet during an emergency is easy with the help our experienced veterinary team by your side. Want more information on our emergency veterinarian services in Hayward? Call (510) 537-1788 or visit the friendly vet team at Caring Pet Hospital online today to schedule an appointment.