contact and emergency | emergency case

Contact us.

For emergencies, we are available day and night on number +31 (0) 495 - 495023. If the practice is closed, you will be automatically forwarded to veterinarian on-call.

Always call if you come to the practice in an emergency, so that we know that you are on the way.

When is there an emergency?

  • A male cat who cannot urinate
  • Suddenly swollen belly
  • Constantly vomiting or trying to vomit (especially large dogs in case of stomach torsion)
  • Severe diarrhea
  • Very difficult breathing
  • Problems in giving birth
  • Open wounds or severe bleeding
  • Possibly have eaten poison, in such case don’t wait for symptoms
  • Allergic reactions, such as swollen head
  • Overheating, especially in summer
  • Ongoing epileptic attacks
  • Paralysing symptoms