What to do in an emergency?
The hospital can then get ready for you to arrive. Explain what took place and heed the precise recommendations made.
Safely Move or Transport an Injured Dog or Cat.
Get assistance from someone. If you have a small dog or cat, place it in its carrier (remove the top for safe and easy access; don’t force an injured dog through the small entrance or aperture), or use a sturdy cardboard box or another appropriate container. Use a temporary stretcher constructed of some stiff material, such as a suitable-sized, robust piece of wood, for a larger dog. Put the dog carefully on a blanket or coat so that it can be carried, boxed, or stretched out. The blanket will help to support the neck and spine and guard against accidental biting or scratching by the hurt animal.
Regional Animal Emergency Clinics:
Animal Emergency Clinic at Calder Road:
1100 Gulf Freeway South,
Suite 104 – League City, TX 77573
Hours: 6:00pm to 8:00am Monday through Friday
24 hours Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays
If you think your pet may have ingested a poisonous substance:
ASPCA Animal Poison Control: