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Emergency Care

Emergency Services

Current LVC clients, please review your paperwork for the clinic's emergency contact information. If there is no response from the medical staff or you are not a current LVC client please contact the following clinics for help:

Pomona Park Animal Urgent Care


Animal Emergency and Specialty Hospital of  Grand Rapids


EVCC - Holland Emergency Vet Clinic


Animal Emergency and Specialty Hospital of  Byron Center



When to call our emergency line

Sometimes it can be difficult to tell when to call us about your pet's health. Here are some warning signs to look for:

  • Blue, white, or very pale gums

  • Collapse or loss of consciousness

  • Inability to walk

  • Seizures

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Dizziness, imbalance or circling

  • Extremely bloated abdomen

  • Fainting or weakness

  • Inability or straining to urinate

  • Heat exhaustion

  • Lethargy

  • Excessive vomiting or diarrhea

  • Excessive salivation

  • Signs of acute severe pain (such as crying out very loudly and excessively)

  • Body temperature over 104 or under 99

  • You suspect your pet has swallowed a foreign body or a toxin

  • Your pet has been in a fight or been bitten by another animal

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