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You do what you can to prevent a health emergency for your pet, but sometimes things happen. At our animal hospital in Knoxville, our veterinary team is happy to answer your questions so you can be more prepared in the unlikely event of an urgent medical condition for your cat or dog.
Pet emergencies in Knoxville vary widely in terms of severity, type, and presentation. Situations which often require urgent medical attention include:
The following issues indicate that your pet might be dealing with a medical emergency:
Make sure you and the pet are out of imminent danger. Be calm but direct in your approach and use a soothing voice. It's completely normal for even sweet-tempered pets to bite or scratch when they are hurt and scared.
You may need to lift the animal into your car to take it to the hospital. Sometimes a towel or blanket around her can help keep her calm.
We encourage you to contact a vet in Knoxville at Blue Grass Animal Hospital with any questions or concerns. If symptoms are severe or appear to be getting worse quickly, bring your animal in as quickly as possible. Feel free to call us on the way to let us know you're coming.
If your pet needs urgent attention outside normal business hours, our vet team can connect you with an area 24-hour pet emergency hospital.
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